The cost of Samsung and Apple Phones over the years

Introduction

Samsung and Apple are among the most popular brands in the smartphone market. But which one is more expensive? The answer is simple: it depends on what you want to use your phone for. If you're looking for an iPhone, then expect to pay more than Php 40,000 for a new one. On the other hand, if you want a Samsung Galaxy S8+ then budget at least Php 45,000 or even more when buying it online with monthly installments that start at just Php 15,000/month (with no down payment).

A comparison between Samsung and Apple Phones

You may be wondering how a phone can cost over Php 50,000. The answer lies in the materials used to make each phone. For example, Samsung uses plastic for its devices and Apple uses glass for theirs. This means that if you buy an iPhone XS Max or Galaxy Note 9 from Samsung, your phone will be more likely to break than one made by Apple because of how much stronger the plastic is compared to glass.

However, since both companies are known for their quality products and excellent customer service programs (which we'll get into later), you should know what kind of protection they offer against accidents like this one:

The First iPhone was released 10 years ago

The first iPhone was launched in 2007. It had a 3.5-inch display and was priced at Php 27,000, with no 3G or Wi-Fi capabilities. The camera on the device had only 2 megapixels of resolution, which is much lower than current standards for smartphones today.

The second generation model of Apple's smartphone appeared in September 2008 with an even smaller screen size at 1.8 inches (4 cm). That one sported 16GB storage space instead of 32GB like its predecessor did; however it still lacked GPS technology so you couldn't use these phones outdoors except indoors as long as they were connected to power sources such as outlets behind them (or maybe on top).

When it comes to money, if you want to use an iPhone, be prepared to pay for it.

When it comes to money, if you want to use an iPhone, be prepared to pay for it.

The iPhone is the most expensive phone on the market right now with an average cost of Php 35,000 (and that's without adding any accessories). The Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus starts at Php 45,000 and goes up from there depending on which model you want. The iPhone XS Max costs Php 60,000 but can be had for less if you're willing to trade in your old phone or buy from one of Apple's refurbished stores (which may not have all the features of a new device). If we're talking about phones in general then Apple has been known for charging more than its competitors; however, this isn't always true when comparing different sizes within a brand because some companies offer better value for money as opposed to others who do not offer much choice between devices except by price point."

Both Samsung and Apple don't mind taking a hit on their phones.

Both Apple and Samsung are not willing to compromise on quality. They will take a hit on the price of their phones, they'll take a hit on their profits, they'll take a hit on their reputation—but they will not compromise on the quality of what they put out there.

In fact, you can argue that this is one of the main reasons why people buy iPhones: because it's an iPhone! It doesn't matter how much money you spent on it or how good (or bad) your experience was with other phones; if it's an iPhone, then everyone else is going to look at it differently than any other phone out there.

iPhones are more expensive because they are designed and manufactured by Apple, who is known for its high-end products.

As you can see, iPhones are more expensive because they're designed and manufactured by Apple, who is known for its high-end products. Apple has a lot of money because it has a lot of customers.

As you may have guessed from the previous section, the price of an iPhone depends on how much you want to spend. In general terms, the most expensive models cost about Php 56,000 and go up from there depending on what features you want in your new smartphone (although some models start at around Php 35,000).

But this is not all that bad in the end, because when you pay more for a mobile phone, you also get a better quality product.

But this is not all that bad in the end, because when you pay more for a mobile phone, you also get a better quality product. You will have an easy time using it and understanding what it can do for you. In addition to these benefits, paying more money means that your handset will last longer and work better too.

But what about those who don't have money? What if I told you there was an alternative to buying expensive phones? An alternative which doesn't cost anything extra but still gets all the same benefits as its expensive counterparts (and some)?

But even if the cost of production is around Php 16,000, the starting price of an iPhone 7 is around Php 39,000 and goes up to Php 53,000 for the 256GB storage model. The device is available in 32GB, 128GB and 256GB internal storage variants.

But even if the cost of production is around Php 16,000, the starting price of an iPhone 7 is around Php 39,000 and goes up to Php 53,000 for the 256GB storage model. The device is available in 32GB, 128GB and 256GB internal storage variants.

However, you can get your hands on a brand new Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus starting at Rs 67000 (roughly Php 56,000). With 3 GB RAM and 64 GB internal storage variant becoming available soon that will run you around Rs 90k (Php 67,000).

With an estimated build cost of over Php 22,000, the new Galaxy S8+ will sell with a starting price tag of Php 47,000 when it launches next month. The device has 64GB of internal storage space (in addition to microSD card support) and features 6GB of RAM.

The Samsung Galaxy S8+ will come with 64GB of internal storage space (in addition to microSD card support), and it features 6GB of RAM. In addition, the device has a microSD card slot that can be used for additional memory expansion up to 2TB.

The new phone is expected to sell for about Php 47,000 when it launches next month.

Apple sold 78 million phones in Q4 2016 which is 5% higher than its sales in the same quarter previous year while Samsung sold 76 million phones or 13% less than its sales in Q4 2015. Takeaway: You can motivate yourself without being mean to yourself

Apple sold 78 million phones in Q4 2016 which is 5% higher than its sales in the same quarter previous year while Samsung sold 76 million phones or 13% less than its sales in Q4 2015.

Takeaway: You can motivate yourself without being mean to yourself

Conclusion

We all have different opinions, but the bottom line is that both Samsung and Apple are big companies that make money from their phones. But don’t get me wrong - there’s nothing wrong with making more money than others if that is what you want to do!

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