Cell phones play a big part in people's lives. From calling, to texting, to checking email, to surfing the web, and even to playing games, smartphones assist people in everyday tasks. So, what makes a phone better than another? Is it the features, customizability, variety, or specifications? Or is it the price? Aside from the popularity of the iPhone, the variety, features, customizability, and specifications make Samsung's phones more suitable and useful for daily life. As of January 2014, 90% of Americans own a cell phone, according to pewintrest.com. 28% of people own an Android, 25% an iPhone, 4% Blackberry and 1% own a Windows phone, which make up the total 58% of Americans who that own a smartphone.
Since the announcement of the iPhone 5s and 5c in 2013, Apple has unveiled two new phones at their annual launch event in September. Samsung also unveileds their flagship smartphones at their launch event. However, they split their launches into two separate events - one in February to announce their "Galaxy S" flagship, and another in September that will announce their "Note" series, which is their "phablet" (a large phone that is almost the size of a small tablet) flagship. Those are not the only phones Samsung announces each year. There are a variety of phones that are less expensive than their flagships for people who cannot afford them, but would like a phone with similar specifications. Also, Samsung makes the Alpha series, and the Note Edge, which cost around the same price as Samsung's flagship devices.
No one can dispute that iPhones are popular. They can be found in almost every populated U.S. town or/ city. They have a simple user interface (UI). The UI allows people to understand and interact with content quickly and requires little effort. .
Recently, the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus hit the markets. Although they were rumored to have a sapphire crystal display, Both of them were made with Corning Gorilla Glass 3.