Jun 30, 2015

Samsung beats Apple in consumer satisfaction smartphone study

For years now, the press and consumers alike have been on Samsung's case about plastic parts on its flagship phones. While things are changing dramatically these days, it seems that when push-comes-to-shove, the presence of plastic has little effect on consumer satisfaction, at least according to a recent survey conducted by the University of Michigan. The American Consumer Satisfaction Index...

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