Insurance firm predicts one in four Galaxy S4 owners to break it within a year
| by Nikhil Subramaniam |
Samsung expects to sell at least 10 million units of the Galaxy S4 every month, and the flagship is attracting a lot of attention. Insurance firm SquareTrade believes that Samsung will sell more Galaxy S4s than any other in the past, and predicts as many as one in five American consumers will buy the phone. However, worryingly, the firm also says that a quarter of those owners are expected to break their shiny new Galaxy S4s within a year.
The Galaxy S4's popularity does not have any bearing on what people think about its plastic body, and the handset is being compared with the likes of Apple’s iPhone and HTC’s unibody design. There are even jokes that say Samsung’s phones are more affordable than the competition to make room for the insurance against damage.
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