Video phone calls are ideal when you want to see someone while you’re talking. The larger screens help you see more clearly. At the same time, many phone callers enjoy being mobile, so they can make or take calls when they like. Others enjoy relaxing in a couch or easy chair during calls, which may not be as easy while using a typical desktop PC.
Also, like a Goldilocks story, Smartphone screens are too small, Desktop screens big enough yet not mobile enough, and tablets are just right.
That’s at least part of the calculus for the 18.2 million adults who regularly make personal video phone calls using a Tablet, and 10 million who do so for work video calls.
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