Business

Why an Android smartphone is worth twice less than an iPhone in a year: Report

An iPhone loses an average of 16.70% of its price a year after its launch, while an Android phone drops in value by 33.62%.

2 min read


Why an Android smartphone is worth twice less than an iPhone in a year: Report
Why an Android smartphone is worth twice less than an iPhone in a year: Report

The battle between Android and iPhone users for the best value for money phones is as old as the same Smartphones. According to the analysis of the price monitor BankMyCell, the price of high-end phones with Google’s system can be reduced by twice that of an Apple one year after the sale.

According to the report, a iPhone while a phone loses an average of 16.70% of its price a year after its launch Android reduced its value by 33.62 percent. It should be noted that this analysis was limited to the study of high-end smartphones priced at over 17,000 pesos (about $ 850).

This allows high-end devices from iOS After two years of purchase, they lose 35.47% of their value, while Android phones shrink 61.50%. After four years, an iPhone loses 66.43% of its value while the Android loses 81.11%.

BankMyCell uses the iPhone 11 as an example for iOS and galaxy S20 on Android, the phone for nine months after its release Samsung It has devalued 34.73 percent versus 12.84 percent for the Apple device.

Similar Posts