Une personne sur cinq Pixel 3 acheteurs venaient de l’iPhone, mais plus de la moitié sont des ancienne…

Une personne sur cinq Pixel 3 acheteurs venaient de l’iPhone, mais plus de la moitié sont des ancienne…

One in five Pixel 3 buyers came from iPhone, but over half are former Samsung owners

Avant de comparer un smartphone pliable, il faut toujours analyse les différents appareils disponibles sur le marché. Lequel, permettra vraiment de mater les jokes chaque jours de manière gréable ?

une personne sur cinq Pixel 3 acheteurs venaient de l’iPhone, mais plus de la moitié sont des anciens propriétaires de Samsung


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13 réflexions au sujet de “Une personne sur cinq Pixel 3 acheteurs venaient de l’iPhone, mais plus de la moitié sont des ancienne…”

  1. N5 -> S7e -> S8 -> S9 -> P1 -> P2XL -> P3

    As much shit as Google gets for their hardware, the software and camera have gotten me to buy their products. Samsung phones are always extremely tempting though.

  2. HTC M7 -> Motorola X Pure -> Nexus 6P -> Essential PH1 -> Pixel 2 XL -> Pixel 3

    I’ve enjoyed the pixel frequent updates and user experience and will probably stay for the long run. I got the Moto X pure originally because I wanted to try stock android, I dropped the phone and broke the screen and digitizer so I moved on to the Nexus 6p. The essential ph1 had terrible cell reception for me in NYC and I had to move on to the Pixel 2 XL. The Pixel 2 XL had amazing battery life and great cell reception. The blue screen wasn’t bad but I wanted to move to a smaller phone, wireless charging, wide selfie, and potentially a nicer screen. The pixel 3 is perfect for me so far. Love it.

  3. I switched from a Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge. I think I liked the hardware more on the Galaxy but the software is cleaner and more focused on my Pixel 3 XL. I think once (or if) Google nails hardware down, I don’t see any reason for Android lovers to use anything but Pixel.

    At the moment, I think Pixel and Galaxy are the best Android options. I would probably never look another Android other than these two.

    That is my very, admittedly close-minded opinion, on /r/Android.

  4. iPhone 8+ – S9+ – Razer Phone – Moto Z Play – Note 9 – Pixel 3- Mate 20X – Note 9.

    The Pixel 3 is the only phone other than Razer I was scared would just crap out. How ever it was the only one that just stopped working one day. It just didn’t turn back on.

  5. Nexus S -> Nexus 4 -> Nexus 6 -> Nexus 6P -> Pixel -> Pixel 2XL -> iPhone Xs -> Pixel 3 (and S10 but I only really use that for app dev work).

    I guess that technically makes me an iPhone convert but I don’t see myself as one lol. I just got the iPhone because I was sick of Google’s shit on the hardware side of things, but using the iPhone for a few months made me miss Google’s ecosystem and also made me realize that the iPhones aren’t as perfect as their marketting/fanboys would imply.

  6. >The study also found that in Q4 of 2018, the **Pixel 3 made up 7.3% of Verizon’s total smartphone sales**. Meanwhile, the OnePlus 6T made up 2.4% of T-Mobile’s total sales.

    Those are actually pretty good numbers for the Pixel 3.

    There were some reports on r/verizon a while back that samsung is pissed at Verizon about the Pixel deal because its actually doing more damage than people thought. It looks like that could be true.

    However, Google should figure out a way to start improving those iPhone conversion rates and lesson the Samsung ones.

  7. I came from iPhone when Pixel 1 XL came out. Stayed for P2XL. Wasn’t too impressed with Pixel 3 so I got a Note 9 instead.

    Hated it.

    Took it back a week later for a P3XL. Now that I’ve had it awhile, I love it. Looking forward to 4XL.

  8. I’m all over the place. Mostly been swapping back and forth between Pixel/Nexus and Samsung with some iPhones sprinkled in.

    N5 > N6 > N6P > Note7 > iPhone 7+ > S8+ > Pixel 2 > S10

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