New Delhi: For many smartphone users in India, storage appears to be a real problem. 29 percent individuals run out of space at least once a week and 62 percent run out of space at least every three months, according to country-wide independent consumer research from SanDisk.
“Almost two thirds (65 percent) have also regretted deleting a precious photo or video to free up storage space. And, if they do have to delete files, 36 percent of Indians would delete a photo of themselves before that of friends, pets or family,” the research said.
The research, which looked at people’s experiences with storage on smartphones, also found that 46 percent of people have to delete files or data from their main handsets in order to free up space at least once a week, while 77 percent do this at least once a month.
Khalid Wani, Director – Channel Sales, Western Digital (India) at SanDisk, a Western Digital brand, said, “Our research really highlights the pressure that people are under to…