Even though the Galaxy S22 depreciates three times faster than the iPhone 13, the Pixel 6 holds its value better

Even though the Galaxy S22 depreciates three times faster than the iPhone 13, the Pixel 6 holds its value better

Galaxy S22 depreciates 3 times faster than iPhone 13, even Pixel 6 holds value better The e-commerce site collected data across months one and two since release and found out that the Galaxy S22 is the worst at retaining value. ‘Like New’ Galaxy S22 models were 46.8 percent of their original value two months after the launch, making the S22 series the worst performer. It was followed by the Pixel 6 family, which had lost 41.5 percent of its value two months after the launch.

Although the beginning pricing of the Apple iPhone 13, Samsung Galaxy S22, and Google Pixel 6 are not much different, according to a new assessment by online smartphone marketplace SellCell, Apple’s flagship is a considerably better value. The base iPhone 13 mini costs $699, the base Galaxy S22 is $799, and the Pixel 6 costs $599. SellCell studied their worth over a two-month period and determined that if you chose to sell your old iPhone 13, you will earn the maximum money. The findings support prior claims that the iPhone retains its value better than Android devices.

In contrast, the value of the iPhone 13 series had plummeted by 16.4 percent two months after the phones hit the shelves. What’s worth mentioning is that value loss peaked after a month had passed (18.7 percent). Interestingly, the Pixel 6 also regained some of the lost value after the first month.

Typically this behavior is only exhibited by iPhones, so it’s interesting to see an Android phone appreciate in value after the initial drop. Pixel 6 is by far Google’s most successful handset and is also one of the best Android phones of 2022. Galaxy S22’s depreciation was linear, which appears to suggest that its depreciation has plateaued, so it might recoup some of the value in the coming months. Galaxy S22 depreciates 3 times faster than iPhone 13, even Pixel 6 holds value better

The 128GB Galaxy S22 Plus depreciated the fastest, losing 53.8 percent of its value in two months, which equates to a loss of $574.99. Google’s worst performer was the 256GB Pixel 6 Pro which witnessed a loss of 45.7 percent or $479. In the case of Apple, the 128GB iPhone 13 mini lost the most value – 29.2 percent – after two months. The mini models have not performed well and will not be refreshed, so it’s not surprising to see that the iPhone 13 mini was the worst performer. Most iPhone 13 mini models also continued to depreciate after the first month. The 128GB iPhone 13 Pro Max was the best performer, and lost only 3.8 percent of its value after two months.

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