[Poll Results!] Would you consider yourself a Samsung loyalist?

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Regardless of the industry, every major brand strives to inspire brand loyalty among its customers. After all, it’s relatively easier to get an existing customer to purchase one of your products again as opposed to acquiring a new customer.

Tech companies thrive off of customer loyalty. You need customers who are really loyal to the brand if you’re going to sell them a $900 smartphone once every year. Companies like Samsung and Apple have no shortage of loyal fans. The Samsung vs. Apple fanboy wars still exist for precisely that reason.

Even if Apple-bashing isn’t your favorite activity, would you consider yourself a Samsung loyalist? Have you been a Samsung loyalist for long or have the company’s recent products made you a believer?

Vote below and share your thoughts with us in the comments section.

Results: Unsurprisingly, 73 percent of the people who took part in this poll consider themselves as Samsung loyalists while 14 percent said that they’re on their way to becoming a Samsung loyalist. 13 percent of the respondents said that they don’t care about brand loyalty.

Would you consider yourself a Samsung loyalist?

  • Absolutely! I've been using Samsung devices for over 5 years (73%, 1,745 Votes)
  • I'm getting there. Using Samsung devices for over 2 years (14%, 332 Votes)
  • No. I don't care about brand loyalty. (13%, 309 Votes)

Total Voters: 2,386

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SenorSjon
2 months 4 days ago
SenorSjon
I fell in love with the SII (with OEM extended battery, I still think that was the base version and they slimmed it down for advertorial reasons). I got rid of the S4 fairly quicly due to its slipperyness. The Note 3 was a true champion. I skipped the Note 4, fully expecting the Note 5 here and then the S6 happened. That was the start of the usability demise. More and more usefull features left the phones and the prices skyrocketed. So for the first time in over six years, I switched brands. You could call me a loyalist,… Read more »
Jumhaeg
2 months 4 days ago
Jumhaeg

I do love Android and I often go with Samsung devices, only because the theme engine is really nice and all my favorite apps are still readily accessible regardless. Other OEMs aren’t really doing anything fun with their software or hardware, so I’ve more often than not chosen Samsung because of their hardware and touches to the Android OS. There are times that I part with Samsung, though it’s only due to another OEM managing to make a very attractive phone.

o0MHJ0o
2 months 4 days ago
o0MHJ0o

There is one thing that Samsung does better than anyone. And (to me anyway) it’s the biggest factor when choosing a smartphone and that’s the DISPLAY. The thing you look at for hours on end every day! Samsung year after year beats the competition easily. And I can’t go to any other manufacturer because of it. Honestly, if I saw a better smartphone display on any other brand I’d likely change to that. The fact that they add awesome features is always second.

Arnoldspecial
2 months 4 days ago
Arnoldspecial

It all started with the first galaxy S in 2009, then I moved to S4, Note4, galaxy S6e and now galaxy S7e. If I have money I will still buy S8. Also I bought and used several of her galaxy tablets. I love the designs and experience on Samsung phones and will prefer it over any other brand as long as the competition remain like this.

whqhdrbs
2 months 5 days ago
whqhdrbs

I wanted to try something different then found there’s nothing better than what Samsung offers..Samsung makes what people want to have..they say speed blah blah..nope I don’t care it’s a bit faster..I want to have s8 with that design SW features various gadgets to play with it

2 months 5 days ago
LilFace

I started with the Note 2 then Note 4 Edge then S6 Edge then the beautiful NOTE 7 until I switched to this boring iPhone 7 currently waiting on the NOTE 8 so I can throw this iPhone away

kaveerdattoo
2 months 5 days ago
kaveerdattoo

My first ever smartphone was the Galaxy S3! I feel that when I buy a Galaxy phone I get way more for my money than other brands and that’s what’s kept me coming back! My smartphone history has been: Galaxy S3, Galaxy S5, Note 4 and A7 2016 ( As you can see I’m quite a loyalist)

Tokher
2 months 5 days ago
Tokher

Using Samsung For a long time
Samsung E5
S4
Now S7 Edge.
Overall love Samsung.

2 months 6 days ago
richie_316

I’m not sure I would call it brand loyalty but if the device I am using at the time is being unfairly trashed then I will defend it . Just happens that for the last 5 years or more it’s mainly been Samsung. At the same time if I find a problem with my Samsung I will have no issues calling them out on it .

n900mixalot
2 months 6 days ago
n900mixalot

They’re the only ones offering anything truly different and innovative. So I’ll stick with them until they stop.

maccyb
2 months 6 days ago
maccyb

I buy whatever suits my needs best. As the Note is the device that suits me best for work and business with the sPen being a work tool for me, it’s been Samsung for a long time. Doesn’t mean if I see something better I wouldn’t buy it. In all honesty though, nothing has come close to the quality and usefulness of Samsung devices.

AgentBachman
2 months 6 days ago
AgentBachman

Before the S7e, my last Sammy phone was in 2004. I now have an S8+. Aside from the consistently best hardware and display, it’s great to be years ahead of Google in features, and this easily outweighs the importance of a lag-free experience.

kc1980
2 months 6 days ago
kc1980

Samsung makes the best phones in the world currently. They offer the most features, the best cameras, best screens etc… I love finding new ways to enjoy my device years after buying it. I will buy Samsung as long as that remains the case. People who have blind brand loyalty are suckers.

ironbat
2 months 7 days ago
ironbat

I have beem using Samsung phones and products from 2009 . I like to keep it that way.

RoadRunner99
2 months 7 days ago
RoadRunner99

I’ve been using Samsung devices for years but I’m not loyal to any brand. To be honest, I used to like Samsung better before they became obsessed with form over function designs. Too much has been lost along the way.

SAMgalaxyXXX
2 months 6 days ago
SAMgalaxyXXX

Same here. It’s still my favourite brand mainly because of the Note series but I’ve lost a little bit of love for it since the S6.

PeerBr
2 months 7 days ago
PeerBr

I am an Android loyalist and buy the devices that best suit me. That means the Note series and headphones at the moment.

A poll “Would you buy the S9 if it ran Tizen?” would play out very differently and you know it.

krym73
2 months 7 days ago
krym73

What about “Would you buy s9 running vanilla stock android?” That’s a no for me.

Michollstad
2 months 7 days ago
Michollstad

Absolutely. Even though I own an iPad, for my smartphones I have always used Samsung since the Galaxy S2. I currently own the S8+ and I have always been extremely happy with my Samsung phones. As a consumer, I feel like Samsung always includes so much more than Google with their stock Android or Apple with their IOS.

2 months 6 days ago
Hannu Tuunanen

I agree, I watched some old YouTube videos of Galaxy note 2 and Galaxy mega and such, and already there Samsung had features Google added (stole and got credit for from Google “purists”). Battery percentage, do not disturb mode, split screen and much more that came 2016 and 2017 to flagships that existed on 2012 phones from Samsung. I love Samsung for adding all these features without forcing you to use it. Maybe Bixby is an exception, but I hope that they add more languages otherwise the button is really useless for me.

warlockba
2 months 6 days ago
warlockba

Actually it is not Google stole from Samsung, but Samsung got some exclusivity features from Google for one iteration. I also develop Android applications and when, for example Samsung added in Kitkat the App caroussel, which only got mainstreamed in Android 5, it was based on pre-dev libraries from Google, there was almost no line of code from Samsung in it – disassembled them out of curiosity. So I think you are crediting them too much. I am quite sure preference-push of features for manufacturers who sell their OS in large volumes is part of some exclusivity deal.

2 months 5 days ago
LilFace

Even with the means they didn’t apply it to their phones so Samsung should get credit for it

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