Samsung Galaxy

Samsung announced its most recently quarterly results, and with them news that sales of its new Galaxy S7 have gotten off to a strong start.
At about the same time as Apple released the new iPhone SE four-inch version, Consumer Reports named the brand new Samsung Galaxy S7 as its number one smartphone choice.
Consumers may well be troubled by a smaller, cheaper iPhone from Apple, which has a reputation for only building and marketing the best of the best.
The release of the Galaxy S7 has not dented Apple's share price. As a matter of fact, it is up almost 10% over the past month.
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The carefully followed American Customer Satisfaction Index for cell phones recently reported that Samsung rates higher than Apple, particularly in the smartphone category.
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Samsung remained the world's largest mobile phone maker. However, Apple posted huge growth, as Samsung's sales fell.
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