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Monday Poll: How Often Do You Upgrade Phones?

The smartphone release cycle is pretty set in stone these days. We know that Samsung brings us a new Galaxy S towards the end of Q1, followed by launches from LG and HTC. We know that Motorola then shows up in the summer, while the Galaxy Note arrives end of summer, just before iPhones and […] Monday Poll: How Often Do You Upgrade Phones? is a post from: Droid Life
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