The Samsung Galaxy S22 was launched earlier this year, and the iPhone 13 was launched back in September last year, according to a recent report, the Galaxy S22 depreciated about three times more than the iPhone 13.
The news comes with a report from SellCell revealing details about how many different smartphones are depreciating.
The Galaxy S22 + 5G has lost almost 58% of its value in 2 months, the iPhone13 has lost about 13% of its value since launch.
Using internal smartphone value data, SellCell analyzed the depreciation rates (since launch) of Apple, Samsung, and Google’s flagship handsets. It considers 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 collects data one and two months since launch, to compare depreciation, and to see which brands are holding their value. SellCell is the No.1 price comparison site in the US for selling phones, so the price of these handsets is constantly monitored by 40+ independent buyers.
The report also looks at other handsets such as the Google Pixel 6 models as well as all the iPhone 13 models and the Galaxy S22 range. You can find more information about the report at the link below.
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