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"Divu dienu ilga baterijas darbība" izvirzās 'viss-vienā' telefona vēlamo īpašību saraksta priekšgalā

28.09.2005. Saskaņā ar jaunāko TNS veikto pētījumu, divas trešdaļas mobilā telefona un plaukstdatora lietotāju novērtē, ka vissvarīgākā īpašība ideālai nākotnes iekārtai ir „divu dienu ilga baterijas darbība tās aktīvās izmantošanas laikā”.

Šis pētījums tika veikts 15 valstīs un tā mērķis bija atklāt, kas noteiktu patērētāju pieprasījumu pēc mobilajām ierīcēm nākotnē, kā arī noteica vadošo zīmolu patreizējo tirgus situāciju un esošo mobilo telefonu, plaukstdatoru un portatīvo datoru izmantošanu. Viena pētījuma daļa bija veltīta patērētāju viedokļu izpētei par „saplūstošajām ierīcēm”, ar kuru palīdzību viena ierīce aizvietos vairākas ierīces, kuras cilvēki izmanto kā sazināšanās, informācijas un izklaides līdzekļus.

Četrpadsmit valstīs no piecpadsmit aptaujas par galvenajām vēlamajām īpašībām priekšgalā izvirzījās „divu dienu ilga baterijas darbība tās aktīvās izmantošanas laikā”, norādot, ka baterijas darbības ilgums joprojām ir „sāpīgais punkts”. Vienīgi Ķīnā aptaujātie cilvēki priekšgalā izvirzīja prasību pēc 20 Gigabaitu lielas atmiņas.

Gandrīz puse aptaujāto visās valstīs atzina, ka augstas izšķirtspējas foto kamera un video kamera (48 %), kā arī 20 Gigabaitu liela atmiņa (47 %) būtu svarīgākas nākotnes telefonu īpašības. Brazīlījā daudz lielāks uzsvars tika likts uz video konferences iespējām (53 % salīdzinājumā ar vidēji 25 % pārējās valstīts).

Pētījuma rezultāti sniedz ieskatu arī par to, kā tiek izmantotas lietojumprogrammas. Pašlaik diezgan izplatīta ir MMS izmantošana. 46 % aptaujātie mobilo telefonu lietotāji atzina, ka ar MMS sūta attēlus un fotogrāfijas, 23 % - video un audio klipus. Attēlu un fotogrāfiju sūtīšana visvairāk ir izplatīta Japānā (80 %), Francijā (68 %), Korejā (66 %) un Apvienotajā Karalistē (65 %). Kā galvenie ierobežojošie faktori MMS izmantošanai tika minētas dārgās izmaksas un apšaubāmā foto un video kvalitāte.

Arī fotokameras izmantošana mobilo telefonu lietotāju vidū ieņem augstu vietu - 59 % cilvēku, kuru telefonos ir fotokamera, izmanto to vismaz vienu reizi nedēļā. Visvairāk to izmanto Francijā, Korejā un Apvienotajā Karalistē.

Par pētījumu:
„Global Tech Insight 2005” aptaujāja 6800 respondentu vecumā no 16 līdz 49 gadiem, kuriem pieder mobilais telefons, PDA vai portatīvais dators un kuri izmanto internetu katru nedēļu. Pētījums tika veikts 2005.gadā laikā no 11.jūlija līdz 15.augustam 15 valstīs - Austrālijā, Brazīlijā, Ķīnā, Francijā, Vācijā, Honkongā, Indijā, Japānā, Korejā, Nīderlandā, Jaunzēlandā, Krievijā, Zviedrijā, Apvienotajā Karalistē un ASV.

Visa ziņa:

London, 21 September 05

‘TWO-DAY BATTERY LIFE’ TOPS WISH LIST FOR FUTURE ALL-IN-ONE PHONE DEVICE
TNS research reveals what consumers want from future phones

Two-thirds of mobile phone and PDA users rate ‘two-days of battery life during active use’ as the most important feature of an ideal converged device of the future, according to a new study by TNS, a leading global provider of market information.

The study, conducted among 15 global countries during July and August 2005, was undertaken to uncover what would drive consumer demand for mobile devices in the future, as well as benchmarking brand performance and use of existing mobile phone, PDA and laptop applications. One section of the study looked at consumer views on ‘converged devices’ a device which “will replace the multiple devices which people carry around now for all communication, information and entertainment needs” while being compact and incorporating a mobile phone and high speed Internet as standard.

Topping the wish list of key features in 14 of the 15 countries surveyed is ‘two days of battery life during active use’, indicating that insufficient battery life is still a real “pain point” for consumers today. Reaffirming this, concern with using up battery is one of the top reasons why consumers do not use games, music and TV applications on their mobile more frequently. Respondents in China were the exception, saying ‘20 Gigabytes of memory’ is the key feature to have in the future.

Across all countries, almost half of respondents say a ‘high resolution camera and video camera’ (48 per cent) and ‘20 Gigabytes of memory’ (47 per cent), would be important features to incorporate. In Brazil, a much higher emphasis was placed on video conferencing with 53 per cent of people identifying this as a key feature, compared to an average of just 25 per cent across all countries surveyed.

Following the launch of Apple’s new Rokr iTune phone, Sony’s Walkman W800 and the anticipated arrival of Nokia’s N91 new mobile prior to the Christmas rush, new innovation in mobile technology is once again a hotly contested issue among manufacturers, operators and high street retailers. The market is preparing itself for a period of intense competition to create the new ‘must-have’ device and build market share.

The results also provide a wealth of insights into how applications are currently being used. The report show that use of MMS is now fairly common, with 46 per cent of mobile phone users interviewed saying they send pictures and photos via MMS, and 23 per cent saying they send video or audio clips through MMS. Sending photos and pictures via MMS is used most amongst mobile phone users in Japan (80 per cent), France (68 per cent), Korea (66 per cent) and UK (65 per cent). ‘Expensive charges’ was the main reason cited for the lack of MMS take up (46 per cent of mobile users), while 22 per cent of mobile users said ‘photo and video quality’ was an issue, and 15 per cent thought there were interoperability problems.

Camera use among mobile phones owners is also prevalent, with 59 per cent of people who own camera phones using them at least once a week. Camera phones were used most frequently in France, Korea and the UK with almost a quarter using this function daily. Camera features on PDA’s are used relatively less frequently, with only 46 per cent of PDA users with such a feature using it at least once a week.

The report also highlights differences across markets and shows that internet telephony is used much more widely amongst laptop users in developing compared with developed markets. In Brazil, India and Russia, 44 per cent, 30 per cent and 22 per cent of laptop users respectively use voice over internet protocol (VoIP), compared to just two per cent in Japan and the Netherlands. This is likely to be a reflection of, and reaction to, poorer infrastructure and less affordable telecommunication in developing markets.

Hanis Harun, Global Account Director, TNS Technology, comments:

"The study shows that there is an appetite among consumers for powerful new applications, particularly those around entertainment media and imaging. However, the research also indicates that consumers now fully realise that such applications require enhanced battery life and increased memory and they are demanding these improvements as a priority.

“As mobile operators and handset manufacturers develop more converged communication, information and entertainment devices with a host of innovative features and applications, they need to also ensure the fundamentals are in place. This means products with long battery life and large memories, and services which are cost effective and easy to use."

About the study
Global Tech Insight 2005 surveyed 6,800 adults aged 16-49 who own either a mobile phone, PDA or laptop and who access the Internet every week. The study was conducted in 15 countries globally between 11th July and 15th August 2005. The countries included in the study were:

Australia
Brazil (Metros)
China (Metro)
France
Germany
Hong Kong
India (Metro)
Japan
Korea
Netherlands
New Zealand
Russia (Metro)
Sweden
UK
USA

For further information about the study please go to www.tns-global.com/gti2005

About TNS
TNS is a leading global provider of market information. We collect, analyse and interpret information to help our clients better understand the needs and wants of their customers. We provide research, advice and insight on market segmentation, advertising and communications, new product development, brand performance and stakeholder management. We are also one of the leading providers of social and political polling.

From our global network, which spans 70 countries, we provide local expertise and knowledge, together with internationally consistent information and analysis to multi-national organizations.

TNS is listed on the London Stock Exchange (TNN). Further information on TNS can be found on www.tns-global.com.


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