The updated version of the iconic Nokia 3310 was the top-selling phone during Father’s day season last year, local e-commerce site Argomall (www.argomall.com) said in its latest consumer data report.
Argomall, which is operated by Filipino-owned conglomerate Transnational Diversified Group, tracked the activity and behavior of its online shoppers during father’s day season (June 1-30) and it showed the top handsets that consumers bought.
The report showed that the 2017 version of the Nokia 3310 accounted for 63% of all phones sold from June 1-30. Apple’s iPhone 7 Plus got 3% share, while iPhone 7 and Samsung J2 Prime had 2% of the sales pie.
Argomall’s report also found that consumers, based on their purchases, considered these factors when buying a phone: 1) They wanted a screen size with at least 5.5 inches; 2) A great front-facing camera to take selfies; 3) big RAM for speed, storage for photos, videos, and other files; 4) the OS version is also valued by consumers as fans of Apple and Android looked for the most recent versions such as iOS 10 and Android Nougat.
Argomall houses over 400 smartphones with official manufacturer warranty. It carries among others the latest flagship models of top smartphone makers, namely; iPhone X 64GB, Huawei P20 Pro, Samsung Galaxy S9+ 64GB, and Sony Xperia XZ Premium.