A new study from market research firm Strategy Analytics suggests that most of the mobile devices being purchased by consumers are “smartphones” or “tablets” that are used for a multitude of different purposes, but not necessarily for the types of apps and services they are designed to be used for.
The findings, which were published today by the firm, show that while the majority of mobile devices are smartphones, the majority use the same apps and web interfaces as the vast majority of PCs and Macs.
They also show that “smartphone” is “the most prevalent” type of device for both “tablet” and “smartwatch.”
As a result, the study suggests that “tableting” and the “smart smartphone” are more likely to be the types that consumers are purchasing for.
As a general rule, the researchers suggest that consumers should expect to spend $1,000 on a mobile device or $500 on a “smart” smartphone, with a typical budget for a “table” and a “phone” ranging from $600 to $1.2,000.
But, there are some exceptions.
The “tabletop” category is the most likely to feature the cheapest devices, and the researchers note that they are the most common type of “table,” and that the cheapest “smart phone” will have a $200 price tag.
The study also found that smartphone and tablet prices were more competitive when it came to the “table.”
A “table device” costs $250 on average compared to $350 for a smartphone.
“Smartphones” cost $400 for a $500 device compared to a $300 device.
“Tablets” are the least expensive, costing $250 for a typical $350 device.
The researchers note, however, that this “tablety” vs. “smart device” distinction does not necessarily mean that consumers will pay a higher price for these devices.
While the research suggests that the average smartphone is less expensive than the average tablet, the average “smart computer” or smart “tablete” is more expensive than a “mobile phone.”
The study was conducted for Strategy Analytics by market research agency Ipsos, and is based on data from the company’s “Smart Consumer” survey.
The survey polled more than 11,000 people over the course of a few months, and found that the majority, 72%, of respondents said they would buy a “cell phone” for their mobile device.
The majority, 67%, also said they are likely to buy a tablet for their smartphone.
Overall, 65% of respondents reported they would use their smartphone to manage their finances, while the other 33% said they were likely to use their tablet to do this.
The report found that, on average, consumers would spend $2,400 on a smartphone for a basic, two-year contract, and $3,400 for an extended contract, with an average cost of $4,400.
For the average smart smartphone, the contract price is $3.5, with the extended contract costing $5,400 and a two-month plan costing $8,600.
The study found that these two- and three-year plans are the two most common plans, with more than half of the respondents opting for a two year plan.
The smartphone category has been steadily gaining in popularity in recent years, with consumers switching to smartphones more frequently.
According to data from Strategy Analytics, smartphones are now more than 25% of the total smartphone market in the U.S.
While it is not clear how widespread the trend is, analysts believe that the trend has begun to accelerate.
“As we see the trend accelerate, consumers are getting more and more interested in the fact that their mobile devices can work as the primary means of personal finance,” said Patrick Murphy, senior vice president and global research at Strategy Analytics.
“In other words, they are going to get more and, in turn, we expect that they will spend more and buy more and the number of devices that consumers get will also increase,” he added.