Kind of weird that we've got to the point that a week of use for a mobile device is seen as this special " longer-than-most-people-need" thing. Lots of feature phones have no problem lasting a week or more. Of course they're used for so much less, but this acceptance of 24 hours battery life as normal is a pretty new thing.
Android smartphone share outside the US is more like 80%. A hyperbolic exaggeration, not a lie. Still a pretty convincing figure, though it doesn't take into account the true "smartness" of the smartphone.