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Q1 mobile phone sales buoyed by Asia-Pac

Android increases lead in smartphone OS market
5/14/2013 05:59 PM EDT
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selinz
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selinz   5/23/2013 4:14:39 AM
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I'm really surprised Nokia is doing that well. I just don't see anything close to that in the US.

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chanj0   5/15/2013 12:22:49 AM
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Unbelievable short product life cycle. The low price from some vendors and subsidization helps saturating the market. Logically speaking, the leader will be driven by the cost of production. More importantly, what is the next revolutionary product to drive a strong growth?

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daleste   5/15/2013 12:06:46 AM
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Interesting how the market swings to different manufacturers. I wonder who it will be after Samsung falls out of favor.

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dynamited77   5/14/2013 9:49:25 PM
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WOW, android outsells ios 4:1, that just works for me.

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dynamited77   5/14/2013 9:37:48 PM
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Guess we can start talking about the post-phone era.

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