Samsung Accounts for Nearly Two Thirds of Mobile Android Devices

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John Pombrio

Samsung makes great phones. No wonder Apple keeps suing them.

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ZX9RDan89

They will lose a lot of the market shares if they move forward with their stupid plan of putting the only-works-with-our-accessories chip. I know I will stop buying their products.

But as always...

My Opinion Doesn't Matter.
Dan

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Weo

I would have stuck with HTC after my HD2 if they kept their removable battery, storage, and SIM. I am happy with my S3, but will probably switch brands if they change their removable options.

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Hey.That_Dude

I'm gonna chalk up Samsung's win to marketing and having a removable battery/MicroSD card in almost every phone on that list.

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Innomasta

Good phones, just fragile as hell. But then again, that's become the norm, hasn't it?

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John Pombrio

That is why I have taken my Samsung Galaxy S3 and added an extended battery pack, a rubber shell AND a hard case! My phone barely fits into a pocket any more. Its a race to get it out and uncovered enough to answer the phone. But no one calls me anyways.

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PCLinuxguy

Indeed. people are so wimpy these days that if the phone weighs more than 0.001 grams, then they gripe about how it's so heavy and cumbersome to use. And when it is super fragile and paper thin, they complain about how flimsy it is or how it doesn't have a removable battery.

There's always a trade-off, but it seems people are just never satisfied these days and seem to have forgotten about how the old phones weighed several pounds but you could run it over with a Mack truck and the phone be unscathed.
First World Problems at their best.

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Gikero

Imagine using your Motarola DynaTAC, in bed, and it falling on your face. xD In all seriousness. I have not problem with added weight if it means the phone is more durable.

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PCLinuxguy

Agreed.