It's simple, people need features. Not Quality with a Longevity option. That's one bloody reason Nokia failed to be the top master in the crowd. They tried playing honest. They were a package initially and least bothered about the featuristic add - ons. You come across tons of ads popping out nowadays focusing more on the features - One with the front camera, one with the battery usage, one with the high end gaming option etc
Finally, it's the manipulative marketing which wins the show.
- Vishal Aryan Komara