Although we long passed the tipping point where most people own some kind of smartphone, there are still some holdouts. My dad, for example. I can’t imagine him giving up his trusty Nokia nor can I imagine him getting his mind around an iPhone 7. For his needs, a dumb feature phone is all he needs.
He’s part of the 14% of Canadians who are clinging to their feature phone. Hey, at least he’s not part of the 14% that don’t have a mobile phone at all. Of the top 15 wireless countries in the world, that’s the highest percentage of non-users.
Smartphone penetration is greatest in Sweden where 80% of the population has one. Only 2% have no cell phone at all. At the other end of the spectrum, smartphones are owned by 46% of Greeks while 43% are happy with their feature phones. 11% of Greeks have no mobile at all.
Get more data on the survey at Statista here.