By Lee Stevens, Cheapism.com
The battle for the best smartphone used to be a one-horse race, but the gap between Apple and Samsung has been closing faster than many expected. More and more, people are taking up a Galaxy instead of automatically deferring to an iPhone. There are many reasons for this, including a possible perception that the feature-packed Samsung Galaxy S4 represents a better value for the money than the iPhone 5.Get chatty on a new iPhone or Galaxy.
On the eve of the new iPhone release, we took a look at the iPhone vs. Galaxy question to see whether either brand is likely to be a cheaper buy over the long term. We considered the purchase prices of the current models but also the cost of ownership, factoring in apps, durability, and resale value. Although the iPhone holds an advantage on certain fronts, here's why we give the Galaxy the nod.
iPhone vs. Galaxy: Handsets. The top-tier models under each brand name have been selling for essentially the same price with a plan -- about $200 for a newRead More »from IPhone Vs. Galaxy: Which is Cheaper to Own?