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Friday, March 19, 2010

Mobile phones replacing MP3 players and calculators

Mobile phone comparison website rightmobilephone has published research that suggests which electronic devices the mobile phone is gradually replacing.

After contacting over a thousand mobile phone owners they discovered that 68% owned an MP3 player as well – but over half those people with two devices said they spent more time using their mobile phone for audio.

91% of people didn’t own a traditional calculator, with 8 out of 10 saying it was because they used the calculator on their phone instead.

In addition, 42% of the respondents didn't own a digital camera. Again, the majority said they'd use the camera on their mobile to take pictures.

However, satellite navigation systems and computers seem safe for the moment. Just 11% of people said they used their mobile phone to go online more than they did their PC or laptop – and 81% said they'd currently prefer a dedicated sat-nav device rather than relying on their mobile phone.

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