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Old January 20th, 2013, 03:50 AM   #16 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Yatezy View Post
Realistically, Android owns that chunk of a market because of the cheaper phones available. Most of the people who have bought a budget phone don't even realise/know/care that it's running Android.
I bet most people who buy high end phones might not realise/know/care it's running Android, or even know what that implies. It's a phone, it can browse, they can play Facebook, they can install apps, they can take pictures. They might know they got a Samsung Galaxy S3 or something, but that's probably about it.

Originally Posted by Yatezy View Post
When we move onto premium priced products though it's safe to say Apple is the winner here.
Where's that, United States? Probably find world wide, that Samsung premium phones are far outselling the Apple iPhone. Plus there's HTC, Motorola, Sony, etc....all Android.
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