OK, hands up if you think your Samsung Galaxy is the best.
Well ...... actually, the iPhone is both the best and almost the worst. The least reliable smartphone on the market is officially the ...(fanfare of trumpets ..... tadaaaaaaa) Samsung Galaxy S3! Oh my gosh, is that right Clive? Who says so?
That would be Mobileinsurance.co.uk Bob.
According to them, the top 10 least reliable smartphone goes like this:
- Samsung Galaxy S3
- HTC Desire S
- Nokia Lumina 610
- iPhone 4
- Blackberry Bold 9900
- iPhone 4S
- Sony Xperia S
- Blackberry Curve 9220
- Samsung Tocco Lite 2
- LG Nexus 4
Don't shout at me if you disagree, I didn't compile the list.
What I find interesting in this report is that branded mainstream smartphones prove to be so unreliable. The main criticism I receive from people when I show them my range of unbranded smartphones (at prices considerably less than the mainstream) is that they're unreliable - ha! The Galaxy S3 is less than 12 months old.
My unbranded smartphone is 12 months old and still works, it still gets the oooooohhs and aahhhhs when people see it and I'm immediately asked if it's a Samsung and how much.
They are totally amazed when I tell them. They all run on the Google Android operating system, just like Samsung, HTC and loads of other branded smartphones out there but they're less than half the price and have additional features such as:
- They accept 2 SIM cards
- They're unlocked so you can put ANY SIM card in. It can be your current PAYG SIM or your contract SIM. Your UK and your Spanish SIM, It doesn't matter.
Go on, ask us, you know it makes sense.
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