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Samsung Galaxy S3 was best-selling smartphone in Q3

11/8/2012 07:15 PM EST
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agk
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agk   11/9/2012 10:00:04 AM
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This analysis again shows that all the consumers are on the high tech awareness.The brand name and loyalty plays to certain level where as the over all product performance from reputed brands plays in all the remaining levels.

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rick merritt   11/9/2012 11:23:59 PM
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Told ya so: http://www.eetimes.com/electronics-news/4390430/How-Samsung-stole-Apple-s-lead

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GREAT-Terry   11/12/2012 1:27:24 AM
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Apple has to hurry up with new innovation or this brand will be faded out very soon. Too sad that no new surprise after Steve Job left!

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SylvieBarak   11/12/2012 5:10:16 PM
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It's a really awesome phone. I just got one for my husband last week, because I wanted to see what all the fuss was about. I have a work issue iphone, so I was keen to put the iphone vs galaxy thing to the test... and I have to admit, I think I have the wrong end of the deal :) The S3 is blisteringly fast, the screen is beautiful, the camera blows away my iphone's, and aside from the back of the S3 feeling a little plastic (and cheap), the overall feel of it is nice. Rick and Great-Terry are right, Apple does need to hurry up and innovate soon.

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