I just came across this piece of news on CNN’s website. The title is:
Samsung Galaxy S III dethrones iPhone as world’s top seller
What?!? The mighty Apple iPhone is SECOND to the amazing Samsung Galaxy SIII? I thought that this might happen. From the article “For the first time, Samsung’s Galaxy S III overtook Apple’s iPhone 4S to become the world’s best-selling smartphone model for the third quarter (July through September) of 2012, according to new research by Strategy Analytics. The Galaxy S III shipped 18 million units worldwide, compared with 16.2 million for the iPhone 4S. That’s 11% of all smartphones shipped on the planet.”
You can read the article in it’s original format here.
All I have to say is…wow. Apple seemed unstoppable. The iPhone is amazing. However I’ve seen and used the Samsung Galaxy SIII in person and it has some benefits. The larger screen, for one, is simply better. How does this news fare for an Apple iPhone Repair center such as Mission Repair? I had better get repairing Samsung Phones huh?
Well, we’ve known about the Samsung movement for some time and it’s foolish for a repair center to focus solely on a single product line in my opinion. . .it just rules out the possibilities of growth, expanding, and bringing more value to the market. While Mission Repair is a front runner amongst a ton of competition for iPhone Repair – we are standing alone as the top tier Samsung Galaxy Smartphone repair center.
We have the experience, the vendors in place, and the parts in stock to perform Galaxy SIII screen replacements quickly and efficiently. The best part is that we are THE ONLY SERVICE CENTER that has COMPLETE Samsung Galaxy Screen assemblies IN STOCK that are prebuilt from the factory for a seamless installation. Everyone else in this market is scraping glass, buying cheap glass panels and trying to perform these repairs with limited experience. Trust me, we have this repair down to a science, and we are installing brand new, OEM factory Samsung Glass assemblies. If you’re considering this service with another repair center, be sure to ask them if they are doing the same so you don’t get an inferior repair!!
Mission Repair. We’re on the Samsung bandwagon and have been since 2008 – from a galaxy far, far away. Ok, that was bad 😉
Take care, Ryan