The comparison between a variety of different smartphones and connected devices EoACAo using the iPhone3G as a benchmark - shows that data call time on certain handsets can increase by as much as 250%.
Since the launch of the iPhone3G, weEoACAOve seen a multitude of popular new smartphones arrive on the market, successfully driving app and service usage.
The Arieso analysis compares the data consumption of users of newer smartphones, such as the BlackBerry Bold 9700, the Google Nexus One, the HTC Desire, and the Sony Ericsson Xperia, and the Apple iPhone 4, against the iPhone3G as a EoACA[pounds sterling]normalised benchmarkEoACA[yen].
In particular, the results show that iPhone 4 users are more hungry for data than their iPhone3G counterparts, typically making 44% more data calls, downloading 41% more data to their devices, and spending 67% more time connected to the network for data.
AriesoEoACAOs analysis also show that users with handsets based on GoogleEoACAOs Android OS software are particularly EoACA[pounds sterling]data hungryEoACA[yen], scoring higher than both the iPhone3G and iPhone 4 in terms of data call volumes, time connected to the network, and data volume (in kilobits per subscriber) uploaded and downloaded.
 The surge of interest in the iPhone3G
when launched in July 2008, followed by similar devices from Samsung, Nokia, HTC and others, means that in 2010 mobile Internet usage is taking off.