Image credit – LikeFolio

Is there a correlation between the smartphone you are using and your happiness? According to data analyzed by LikeFolio, it seems that there could be. Based on their findings which is taken from tweets on Twitter, it would seem that Samsung Galaxy users appear to be happier than iPhone users.

According to the company, “LikeFolio uses social-data research to discover consumer trends on public companies, in this case measuring how positively consumers are reacting to the iPhone and Samsung Galaxy phones.” Basically it seems like they are taking tweets which express the user’s happiness or unhappiness about the device that they are using, so if you have ever taken to Twitter to express how happy you are with your Samsung/iPhone, or to rant about how terrible your smartphone is, there’s a chance your tweets could have been taken into consideration.

As you can see in the graph above, it shows how for the most part, Samsung Galaxy users appear to be posting more positive/happier tweets compared to that of iPhone users. You can also see the sharp dip in the chart which is when the exploding Note 7 fiasco took place, in which presumably many Samsung customers took to Twitter to rant about their experience.

However it seems that their dissatisfaction did not last long as it appears that it quickly rebounded to previous levels (or close to it).

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