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Why Dumbphones Still Dominate, For Now

February 11th, 2011 02:51 admin Leave a comment Go to comments


Velcroman1 writes “Androids are awesome, iPhones impressive … but dumbphones still dominate. Of the 234 million cell phone users in America last year, a dominating 73 percent own traditional (aka non-smart) devices, according to market researcher comScore. Despite their more popular mindshare, intelligent devices like the Apple iPhone and phones based on Google’s Android operating system own barely a quarter of the market.”

Source: Why Dumbphones Still Dominate, For Now

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