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When you wake up in the morning eyes on Smartphone? Shocking information has emerged about the ‘morning routine’ of Indians

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When you wake up in the morning eyes on Smartphone?  Shocking information has emerged about the ‘morning routine’ of Indians

Smartphone Users in India: Only use the mobile phone when you need to talk to someone who is far away or send a short text message, I’ve left you behind! In fact, for the past decade, the smartphone has become our companion on the way – not only for various tasks, but also for various idle activities, many people cannot stay away from this electronic device for a few minutes. Whether you are 8 or 80, look around and see a smartphone in everyone’s hand and a changing world. The situation has reached such a point that no one leaves their eyes on the phone screen before waking up in the morning! This is why experts have already compared smartphones to drug addiction. However, a recent survey report by Boston Consulting Group (BCG) has come out on the subject, the information of which is shocking! According to a new report, around 84 percent (a little less than 100 percent) of smartphone users in our country today check their phone within 15 minutes of waking up – making it a staple of the morning routine.

Smartphones are the lifeblood?

On an average, 84 of those 100 people spend about 31 percent of their waking hours on their smartphone and check it at least 80 times a day even if they are not using it. Meanwhile, in terms of how people are choosing the device for entertainment, the report says that Indians spend 50 percent or half of their time on smartphones streaming content. These devices have become more important in their lives than even keys or wallets.

Mobile phones are taking twice as much time as before

The BCG company also found in their survey that earlier, by 2010, people used to spend around 2 hours on mobile. But in the last ten years, that amount of time has increased to about 4.9 hours. And as I said at the beginning, 100% of the time people spent on the phone in 2010 was for texting or calling. But in 2023 it will decrease to only 20-25 percent, instead search, gaming, shopping, online transactions, keeping an eye on news and social media will take up the remaining time of smartphone users. In this regard, now most of the population of India is accessing the internet through mobile phones. However, reports say, people’s habits are such that at least once in two times they pick up their phone or look at the screen unnecessarily.

There is no doubt that people of all ages are addicted to smartphones. However, the report claims that 18-24-year-old users, i.e. the younger generation, are using their phones more than those above 35 years of age, and they are spending a lot of time watching short-length videos like Instagram Reel, YouTube Shorts, etc.

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