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Android and iPhone Alone Make Up Majority of U.S Smartphone Market

According to the latest Nielsen report, Android and iPhone make up majority of the U.S smartphone market. Both Android phones and iPhone did not exist or were not popular about 5 years ago, and were introduced into a Nokia and Blackberry dominated market.… Continue reading ? Android and iPhone Alone Make Up Majority of U.S Smartphone Market originally appeared on: Touch Reviews
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