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April 2021 iPhone 12 is strong From SellCell

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According to sellcell’s latest ranking of mobile phone value preservation rate in April 2021, Apple’s iPhone 12 series released last autumn is stronger than Samsung’s Galaxy S21 series released at the beginning of this year. In other words, if you want to trade in after about 12 months of use, the iPhone 12 series is still the relatively best option. Since its launch in 2020, the iPhone 12 series has lost only 18.1% to 33.7% of its initial value.

(from: sellcell)

At the same time, the depreciation rate of Samsung Galaxy S21 series is faster than we expected.

Since its launch in early 2021, it has lost 44.8% to 57.1% of its value, with the $799 256gb Galaxy S21 model bearing the brunt.

On Apple’s side, the 6.1-inch 64GB iPhone 12 has lost 33.7% of its value, the same as the 512gb iPhone 12 pro.

Strangely, the iPhone 12 Mini is regarded as the best selling iPhone 12 series so far, but its monthly depreciation rate is relatively small.

But the most valuable is the 128GB version of the iPhone 12 Pro max, which has lost only 18.1% of its total value so far.

Samsung’s model is the 128GB Galaxy S21 plus, even though its depreciation rate is as high as 44.8%.

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