‘One in eleven Dutch Open Signal users has dualsim’




Around 9 percent of the Dutch users of the app Open Signal, which include users can measure the range of 3g and 4g, has Dual-SIM support. In Belgium, more than one in eight smartphones.

9 percent dualsim devices use those Dutch Open Signal installed a Dual-SIM phone more often than, say, British and Norwegians, but less than Germans and French. In countries like Russia and China, the number of people with a Dual-SIM phone is much higher, around 40 percent. In Nigeria, that is highest, around 65 percent.

The popular phone for dualsim according to the data the Galaxy Win Duos Samsung, followed by the Galaxy Core from the same manufacturer. The Moto G 2014 Motorola is missing from the list, though it does have standard room for two SIM cards and a lot would be sold include Europe and South America.

It is the first known global data over dualsim smartphones so far. Open Signal took the data by filtering the names of manufacturers of APIs in its own database because Android does not have a standard API for that. Then we looked at all devices or indeed dualsim supported. Open Signal is in the Play Store between 5 and 10 million installations and is also available for iOS.

The developer admits the estimate on the high side can be, because Open Signal users probably give more to reach and mobile network, and thus might be quicker to buy a Dual-SIM phone.


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