iPhone beats Android AGAIN and here’s why Apple fans are so much better off
BUYING the latest and greatest iPhone and Android smartphones require a pretty hefty chunk of change. Manufacturers like Apple, Samsung, Huawei and Motorola all charge more than four-figure sums for their top-end handsets, but only one of these manages to hold its value…
If you’re looking to buy a shiny new flagship phone, you’re not going to leave the shop with much change from £1,300. Samsung, Huawei, Motorola, and Apple are now all regularly charging the sort of sums we once thought was a little steep for a laptop. Even more affordable brands like OnePlus are creeping closer to the £900 mark. However, new data shows that if you want to recoup some of that money on the second-hand market …there’s still only brand to pick.
Things get worse over 24 months with Samsung phones dropping by 76 percent and OnePlus falling by 81 percent. If you thought that was bad, spare a thought for Huawei fans. It seems the continuing US trade block, which means the firm can’t now include any of Google’s popular apps and services, has really hit these devices.