Buying a phone around these parts generally means that you buy a phone from one of the three companies: Google, OnePlus or Samsung. That may not be representative of everyone buying Android phones, but our numbers suggest that everyone has focused on a few smartphone manufacturers when it is time to update.
We will probably play all three in a similar way to this post, but to start 2020, I'm curious: why Samsung What makes you go back to Samsung phones, upgrade to the latest Galaxy S or Note, buy their accessories and tell Google Pixel fans that their phones will always be inferior?
Jokes aside, I can tell you why I have become a certified member of the Samsung Club in recent months. For me, a large part of the itching from leaning towards Samsung is that I know the quality that I am going to get. When a new Samsung phone falls and I can have one in my hands (usually later than most because Samsung hates me), I know that I will get the best of the best (or near it) in all categories. I am talking about screens, cameras, set of specifications and hardware / design.
I also know that they will charge fast, that I will have color options (important!), That some may come with a sweet S Pen, which does not matter the carrier, I will be able to buy one, and that we now have abundant size options. So while Samsung gives me the assurance that I will get what I paid for, perhaps the most important thing is that I get to choose What I want to pay (size, RAM and storage, color, etc.).
To top it off, Samsung's One user interface is a quality version of an Android mask. It uses parts of Google's design (which I prefer) while adding significant features that Google usually takes years to incorporate into its own version of Android. Lately, Samsung has improved its large releases of Android updates and beat Google in a monthly patch here and there.
Finally, choosing a Samsung phone means potentially better experiences with its excellent accessories. I use a Galaxy Watch Active 2 as a daily clock right now, but I also love Galaxy Buds. Of course, those two elements work with any Android phone, the integration should be a little more stringent when used with Samsung's own phones.
With the Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 + and Galaxy S20 Ultra on the way, I can't imagine that anything I just said changes. In any case, Samsung will make it harder than ever to ignore them in favor of Google and OnePlus, the thin kings of Android. We are about to get 120Hz AMOLED displays, crazy camera settings and designs that look as refined as any other in the industry.
To be honest, answer the question "Why Samsung?" It is quite easy. Still, I want to hear from you.