iPhone and iPhone 6 6 Plus became the most expensive smartphones in 2014

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The average resale value of the iPhone on the secondary market reached a record high. This was reported by a British research company CompareMyMobile, published detailed statistics about resold phones.

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Having studied the secondary market of mobile devices, analysts have come to the conclusion that Apple flagship phones were the most expensive in 2014. Despite the fact that the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus came out at the end of the year, they also became the most resell. Their average cost was £ 485,04 (or $ 731). In second place are smartphones and Samsung Galaxy S5 Samsung Galaxy Note 3. Their market price supported devices – £ 320 and £ 286 respectively ($ 482 and $ 430).

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Most often, the British put up for sale smartphones Apple (38%). They are followed by the South Korean unit Samsung (34,37%) and Taiwan’s HTC (7,21%).

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The study notes that iPhone owners are the most loyal to the brand users: more than 80% of the owners of “apple” smartphone after the sale of the old iPhone to buy the phone Apple. Only 20% of the former owners of iPhone replaced it with another brand of smartphone, of which 9.58% switched to Samsung, 2,8% – on HTC, and 7% were divided between the other brands.

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Indicator loyalty Samsung-phone owners is much lower. Only 44% of users of smartphones newly acquired company after resale. 34.77% of them acquire the iPhone, 6,64% – phones HTC. Former owners tubes HTC, in turn, often moving to iPhone (35,5%), smartphones Samsung (16,34%) and Sony (8,08%).

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