The volume of Samsung branded trade ins has risen 29% prior to the release of the Samsung Galaxy S4. On March 14th, Samsung branded trade ins accounted for 12.5% of trade in volume. On April 24th, Samsung related trades made up 17.2% of the market. Meanwhile, Apple's share of the trade in market has declined from 50% to 44% over the last 50 days.
The chart showing prices for the older phones in the Samsung Galaxy S line are declining as more phones get pushed onto the market to help defray the cost of the new Samsung Galaxy S4. The Samsung Galaxy S has recently dropped 10% to less than $75. The Samsung Galaxy S II has dropped 23% to around $100, while the Samsung Galaxy S III has dropped 19%. The two phablets have also dropped in price with the Samsung GALAXY Note declining 7% and the Samsung GALAXY Note II declining 3% in value.
source:CompareMyMobile.com via 9to5Google