Posted: November 1, 2017, Updated: November 6, 2017
Contributing Author: Al Cowsky
While Apple and Samsung have been engaged in a tug-of-war for the title of top-selling smartphone provider over the past couple of years, China’s dominant OEM - Huawei - has been quietly gaining traction globally with their P- and Mate-series offerings.
TechInsights has conducted in-depth an analysis of each provider’s most recent contenders:
Our reports provide our complete details of each phone, and our various tools provide a number of ways to slice and dice and compare data about them; here, we are providing a summary cost comparison of the three phones.
The Applications Processors of the phones appear to be categorized inconsistently in the table above; this is intentional, based on the different components that combine to provide the functionality.
Apple and Huawei have very similar parts costing models, whereas the estimated parts cost of the Samsung is significantly higher.
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