Survey finds most Malaysians use damaged phones

  • TECH
  • Tuesday, 10 Nov 2015

Careless: 75% of Malaysian smartphone users surveyed have damaged their smartphones over 2.8 times in the past five years.


In a recent study titled The State of Our Smartphones involving 500 smartphone owners – conducted by device protector, OtterBox – one third of Malaysians are likely to have damaged their smartphone within three months of owning it.

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