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British users are upgrading iPhone to Samsung Galaxy S5 phone

Posted on 18th Apr 2014 @ 10:48 AM

As stated by The Telegraph, a well-known exchange site in the UK called Comparemymobile reported the accompanying: just about 38% of British clients moving up to Samsung's new Galaxy S5 online through exchange projects are previous iphone holders.

Purportedly, Comparemymobile "saw a 210 for every penny climb in clients exchanging their iphone 4s" for the Galaxy S5. Other famous cell phones that are, no doubt exchanged for the S5 by a noteworthy number of clients might be Samsung's Galaxy S III, and the iphone 5s.

Lamentably, correct numbers (i.e. what number of clients have really exchanged their iphones for a S5) aren't given. Still, this report demonstrates that Samsung can take a few clients far from Apple. Notwithstanding, comparative things are prone to happen when Apple discharges its new iphone 6 later in the not so distant future - yet then we ought to see Galaxy handsets exchanged for iphones.

The Samsung Galaxy S5 is accessible in something like 125 nations as far and wide as possible since April 11. It is Samsung's lead cell phone during the current year, and clearly offers changes over the Galaxy S4, including another Snapdragon 801 processor, a 16mp back Polaroid, finger impression scanner, and a heart rate screen. For additional, you can look at our Samsung Galaxy S5 survey. You could additionally look at our Galaxy S5 vs. iphone 5s examination.