Smartphones are once again outselling other mobile phones, according to the Nielsen research group.
From March to May of this year, 55% of new cellphones purchased were smartphones, pushing about 38% of all U.S. cellphone users to app-running, email sending devices, Nielsen said in a blog post on the ever growing popularity of smartphones.
Over the same 3-month period a year ago, just 34% of those who bought a new cellphone chose a smartphone over less-capable feature phone models, which are usually limited to talking, texting and snapping a photo, the research firm noted.
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