Study finds iPhone resale value at 63%, Android 46% after a year
| by Naina Khedekar |
We usually associate resale value with property, but thinking of the resale value of handsets before purchasing them sounds vague, doesn't it? A study by priceonomics, gives a fair idea about the resale value of the leading phones. Obviously, we are here to speak about the crème de la crème of the handset market – iPhone and Android smartphones, along with the struggling BlackBerry smartphones. So, if you have bought an iPhone, then its resale value after six months will be 89 percent, while an Android phone will fetch you around 66 percent in the same span of time.
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