Apple iPhones are 300% more reliable than Samsung smartphones
Sometimes it's hard to tell how good something is just based on the number of units it sells, perhaps more sales were made simply as a replacement of faulty units. This is certainly true in the tech industry, going through to something as commonly used as smartphones. FixYa is one such site where the community is comprised of smartphone buyers and relative experts, trying to work out on various issues for their respective phones.
As such, a recent report from them which combines 722,558 issues from its users represents reliability from all manufacturers in the form of a simple score.
Of the reported issues, Apple had 74k complaints, 35% of which were related to poor battery life. Motorola had 136k complaints, with 30% related to pre-installed bloatware that couldn't be removed. Samsung had 187k complaints, 40% of which were about poor microphone performance. And bringing up the rear is Nokia had a whopping 324k complaints, 35% of which were related to laggy response from the handsets.