10% of Apple iPhone users will switch to the Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+ says new U.K. survey

10% of Apple iPhone users will switch to the Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+ says new U.K. survey
According to U.K. mobile phone insurance company insurance2go, 10% of the iPhone owners surveyed said that they would leave Apple to purchase the Samsung Galaxy S8 or Samsung Galaxy S8+. 36% of those avoiding the new Samsung models are doing so because they are scared that the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 battery issue will carry over to this year's flagship handsets. 38% are concerned that the new Samsung models are going to be too expensive.

The survey also revealed that 30% of LG users are switching to the Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+. Why? 78% are doing so because Sammy's new flagship models look better than the LG G6. 27% of HTC users are leaving for the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, and 69% cite looks as the reason why. 58% of Samsung owners plan on upgrading their handset, although the figures don't tell us how many of them are Galaxy S7/S7 edge owners who can't wait to upgrade to the new model.


The Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ will be unveiled today starting at 11am EDT. Keep the browser on your internet connected device on PhoneArena for all of the news related to the most highly awaited smartphones in the world at this very moment.

source: EpiphanySolutions

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  • Camera 12 MP (Single camera)
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  • Camera 12 MP (Single camera)
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