Does the brand really matter anyway??
In my experience in this business of selling these gadgets, there is question that has been echoed over and over hope this discussion helps.
There are several and similar products on the market from various venders or producers, some very expensive and some at a relative price depending on who is looking at it. Some of those products are considered ‘top brands’ because the manufactures command a big size of the market, the manufacturers have spent a long time in the business among other reasons.
Due to the above, these top brands also come with a huge price tag on them. Some of the examples of these brands may include Sony, LG, Samsung, Philips among others, however these brand have areas where they specialize; for example, Philips and LG are more known for production of home appliances whereas Samsung and Sony are better known for production of hand devices, mainly smart phones.
So do I need to pay extra because of just a brand?
Well it depends on who you are? ,how much you have to spend? and what features you want on the gadget you intend to buy?
I have a work colleague that wanted a phone that had good storage, a good camera at a good price and he purchased a tecno c9, it had all he wanted so he actually cared less about the brand but he cared more about what he wanted in a phone.
However, given the availability of resources he would buy an LG G4 that has all he needed and much more, these top brand are actually good devices but in most cases they are very expensive yet there are alternative brands that are less know but work the same in some aspects compared to the top brands.
But why the brand?
Confidence in Experience
Consumers generally buy a product for the first time in hopes that it provides a quality experience. They hope a computer works efficiently and helps them perform personal or work tasks effectively.
People have a desire to fit in, whether at school, work or in social circles. For this reason, people sometimes buy brands because they believe the brands will contribute to greater social acceptance.
Over time, consumers develop loyalty to brands that provide a consistent, high-quality experience. Loyalty is essentially an emotional attachment to a brand.
Just as company or product brands have identities, people do as well. Some people buy certain brands to support their personal or professional image.
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