A study by a company that specializes in measuring speed readability found that the average internet user in China uses the most expensive mobile phone they own to read.
The study also found that users in the U.S. have the highest speed reading scores, while Japanese users have the lowest.
The U.K. and U.A.E. both scored high, while in India and China, the scores were both below average.
However, the researchers said that they didn’t see a correlation between the average speed reading score and the average price of a mobile phone.
The results are published in the Journal of Mobile Communications and Technology.
According to the study, a mobile device can read a page at a time by using a number of different algorithms.
The researchers looked at how much faster a user could read a given page in different webpages.
They found that a user can read up to about a page per second, which is faster than a typical desktop computer.
The results also showed that users can read about a single page in seconds.
The researchers say the average smartphone user in their study uses about 20,000 to 25,000 milli-amps (mA) of power to read a web page at 200 to 250 frames per second (fps).
The average user also has about 1.5 to 2.5 watts of power that is used to charge a mobile computer.
The average internet speed reader scores on a test that was run on an average phone using a $150 Android smartphone.