Using internal smartphone value data, SellCell has analysed depreciation values (since launch) of Apple, Samsung, and Google’s flagship handsets. It has considered the trade-in value of all lines in each range (iPhone 13, Samsung Galaxy S22, and Google Pixel 6) based on the resale value of phones in “like new” and “good” condition. SellCell collected the data across months one and two since launch, to compare depreciation, and to see which brands hold their value. SellCell is the US’ No.1 price comparison site for selling phones, so constantly monitors the value of these handsets across 40+ independent buyers.
The Samsung Galaxy S22 loses more value than the iPhone 13. According to a recent estimate, the Galaxy S22 depreciates around three times more than the iPhone 13, which was released earlier this year. The information comes from a SellCell report that tracks how much particular cellphones deteriorate. The Galaxy S22+ 5G has lost almost 58 percent of its value in two months, while the iPhone 13 has lost about 13 percent since debut.
The report also looks at other handsets like the Google Pixel 6 models as well as all of the iPhone 13 models and the Galaxy S22 range. You can find out more information about the report at the link below. TransferCloud Premium LiteTransferCloud Premium LiteLinux Power User BundleLinux Power User BundleSystem Administration and Infrastructure Management BundleSystem Administration and Infrastructure Management BundlePay What You Want: Learn to Code BundlePay What You Want: Learn to Code BundleBig Data & Analytics BundleBig Data & Analytics BundleCisco CCNA Training SuiteCisco CCNA Training Suite