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Tarun Gupta

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Is samsung taking over apple??


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Yes Samsung taking over apple now a days .


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@letsuser | Posted on


Samsung Will Take On Apple's iPhone 11 With a Phone Sporting a 108-Megapixel Camera


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Because Android phones have plenty of phones to offer. On a budget? There are loads of cheap Android phones out there (this is true for third world countries).

Apple only has the iPhone/iPad. And they are pricey. Not everyone can afford them.


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Samsung has been winner in Android since Nokia vanished from market. Samsung makes and own their own technologies. We see a great number of unique features provided in android phones of Samsung. Globally Samsung is the king of smartphones. But In the Battle for Best Smartphone, as per The New York Times, Apple Still Beats Samsung.


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Samsung and Apple, both are the topmost brands which are especially known for their mobile phones . Apple and Samsung, both are the top competitors in the market of smart phones.

LetsdiskussApple brand is known for the elite classes which has highly expensive phones with iOS which makes it a bit complex for common public. On the other hand, Samsung gives a range of phones in low to high prices which have reasonable to expensive charges including android system which is quite simpler to use for common public. Apple and Samsung are having tough competition in terms of features, camera and accessories, every time they come up with something new in the market.

Samsung’s J series proved to be more affordable with all the essential features in the phone rather than iPhone series. Apple, on the other hand, shipped about 41.3 million units and had 11-12 per cent share. Samsung shipped over 71 million units to command over 20 per cent market share.

Thus, Samsung continues to enjoy its topmost position in the global smartphone market, even though its shipments declined in the April-June 2018 quarter over last year, as per the reports by IDC, Counterpoint Research and Canalys.


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