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The Apple iPhone 5 is known to work smoothly out of the box

iPhone 6 vs Samsung Galaxy S4: Can’t Decide? Check This Out

You can get the 16GB version of the Apple iPhone 5 for $98, and it used to be $128 with a two year contract at Sprint, Verizon and AT&T. The Samsung Galaxy S4 meanwhile will cost you $138 at Walmart over two years with Verizon and AT&T, which has come down from $148 and $168.

These price cuts are expected to last for around 90 days.

Meanwhile retailers are cutting down the price of Apple handsets as it is thought that new Apple handsets are coming out. Rumours are also going around that we could see the release of the Samsung Galaxy S5 is around 6 months. So are you going to wait for the next gen iPhone or will you be taking advantage of one of the deals?

The comparison between the Apple iPhone 5 and Samsung Galaxy S4 has been one of the most memorable. Each of the handsets has its own fans along with critics. However, most users of the devices do not understand the tech behind the devices, but still they know which phone offers the best experience for them.

The Apple iPhone 5 is known to work smoothly out of the box. But then Android is known for offering personalisation to owners. This is one of the biggest differences between the handsets.

One thing that people do have to take into account when choosing a device is how much it costs to build the handset as this reflects on how much you will have to pay.

The Samsung Galaxy S4 is very popular these days and it is in competition with Apple. The iPhone 5 is ahead a little in one category, this is the fact that the iPhone doesn’t cost as much to make.

HIS iSuppli said there was quite a difference in the cost of mobile phones, Apple makes more profit and so the company have more money for innovation and price competition.

The Apple iPhone 5 16GB costs $196 to make, the cost of the 32GB version is $217 and the 64GB is $328.

The cost of the Samsung Galaxy S4 is thought to be around $244 for the 16GB with 4G, around $236 of this is for materials, with the cost of manufacturing is $8.50. the Samsung Galaxy S4 costs about $48 more to make each unit than the iPhone. The LTE Samsung Galaxy S4 16GB is $3 cheaper to make.

“Although [the S4's] hardware is not radically different from the Galaxy S III introduced in April of 2012, the Samsung Galaxy S4 includes some critical component updates that enhance its functionality as well as its BOM cost,” said Vincent Leung, senior analyst for cost benchmarking at IHS, in a statement. “Among the upgrades are a larger, full high-definition display; a beefed-up Samsung processor; and a wealth of new sensors that set a record high for the number of such devices in a smartphone design.”