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96% Indians take more than one selfie to get a perfect shot: Survey

89% of consumers are more willing to take selfies when with family and friends

Vijdan Saleem & Khalid Anzar  |  New Delhi 

People are taking more group selfies in India

is defined by the Oxford dictionary as a photograph that one has taken of oneself. Typically it is one that is taken with a smartphone or webcam and shared via social media.

OPPO, a China-based manufacturer known for selfie-centric smartphones, conducted a survey in association with leading market research company Nielsen on ‘The Usage Patterns among Indian consumers’ and the findings revealed some interesting facts:

Let’s take a look at the findings:
  • At an overall level, out of 10 pictures taken with mobiles, 6 are selfies
  • Out of 10 selfies taken, 6 are group selfies with two or more people
  • 89% of consumers are more willing to take selfies when with family and friends
  • 96% of consumers take more than one every time to get a perfect one
  • 66% claim that the biggest issue they face while taking a is the difficulty in fitting all in one frame.



Video by Vijdan Saleem

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96% Indians take more than one selfie to get a perfect shot: Survey

89% of consumers are more willing to take selfies when with family and friends

89% of consumers are more willing to take selfies when with family and friends
is defined by the Oxford dictionary as a photograph that one has taken of oneself. Typically it is one that is taken with a smartphone or webcam and shared via social media.

OPPO, a China-based manufacturer known for selfie-centric smartphones, conducted a survey in association with leading market research company Nielsen on ‘The Usage Patterns among Indian consumers’ and the findings revealed some interesting facts:

Let’s take a look at the findings:
  • At an overall level, out of 10 pictures taken with mobiles, 6 are selfies
  • Out of 10 selfies taken, 6 are group selfies with two or more people
  • 89% of consumers are more willing to take selfies when with family and friends
  • 96% of consumers take more than one every time to get a perfect one
  • 66% claim that the biggest issue they face while taking a is the difficulty in fitting all in one frame.



Video by Vijdan Saleem
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96% Indians take more than one selfie to get a perfect shot: Survey

89% of consumers are more willing to take selfies when with family and friends

is defined by the Oxford dictionary as a photograph that one has taken of oneself. Typically it is one that is taken with a smartphone or webcam and shared via social media.

OPPO, a China-based manufacturer known for selfie-centric smartphones, conducted a survey in association with leading market research company Nielsen on ‘The Usage Patterns among Indian consumers’ and the findings revealed some interesting facts:

Let’s take a look at the findings:
  • At an overall level, out of 10 pictures taken with mobiles, 6 are selfies
  • Out of 10 selfies taken, 6 are group selfies with two or more people
  • 89% of consumers are more willing to take selfies when with family and friends
  • 96% of consumers take more than one every time to get a perfect one
  • 66% claim that the biggest issue they face while taking a is the difficulty in fitting all in one frame.



Video by Vijdan Saleem

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