The survey conducted by DigiEco, a research unit of KT Corp who was the first introduced Koreans to the iPhone, found that 34.6 percent of iPhone users won't be buying another one.
Another Korean report out this morning states that one of three Samsung CEO's Shin Jong-kyun, decided to let it be known prior to the company officially announcing its earnings guidelines for the second quarter this Saturday that the firm has sold 20 million Galaxy S4 smartphones globally since its launch in May. A sell-off of Samsung's stock occurred earlier in the month when JP Morgan expressed concern over the company's smartphone sales.
Samsung is in the process of diversifying the GS4 models to cover the upcoming LTE-Advanced telecommunications technology standard around the world for the second half of the year. The iPhone is also expected to adopt the new standard later this year.