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Smartphones To Finally Outsell Feature Phones In 2013
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2/14/2013 | 4:01:17 PM
re: Smartphones To Finally Outsell Feature Phones In 2013
I have to wonder how long this will continue? With many Countries still having a weak income average and a lot of people rethinking the costs of data plans. I myself included. I would have to seriously rethink my next phone purchase. As I don't really think in general I "need" a smartphone. I certainly wanted one when I bought my first one a year and half ago. But since then I have to say its not as useful as I had expected.
I most certainly would not buy anything in a smartphone that was in the price range of a iPhone or Samsung Galaxy line.


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