Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 16th May 2013 12:06 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless "According to the latest research from our Wireless Smartphone Strategies service, global Android smartphone profits reached US$5 billion in total during the first quarter of 2013. Samsung dominated and captured an impressive 95 percent share of all Android smartphone profits." Wow.
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RE: Hardly surpsising
by Chrispynutt on Thu 16th May 2013 12:39 UTC in reply to "Hardly surpsising"
Chrispynutt
Member since:
2012-03-14

Totally agree. In fact the trend to stupid thin phones means that a replaceable battery or even upgradeable is a really nice to have.

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RE[2]: Hardly surpsising
by jrockey on Thu 16th May 2013 13:17 in reply to "RE: Hardly surpsising"
jrockey Member since:
2012-11-06

The Nexus S4 is for you then

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RE[3]: Hardly surpsising
by Chrispynutt on Thu 16th May 2013 13:57 in reply to "RE[2]: Hardly surpsising"
Chrispynutt Member since:
2012-03-14

Tempted, although I have small hands. To be honest I was hoping for a Motorola device splurge.

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RE[3]: Hardly surpsising
by RaisedFist on Thu 16th May 2013 19:07 in reply to "RE[2]: Hardly surpsising"
RaisedFist Member since:
2005-07-06

S4 IS NOT nexus!

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RE[2]: Hardly surpsising
by viton on Fri 17th May 2013 10:02 in reply to "RE: Hardly surpsising"
viton Member since:
2005-08-09

Don't speak for everyone. Personally I prefer thin over replaceable battery. I never experienced any need in battery replacement.

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RE[3]: Hardly surpsising
by darknexus on Fri 17th May 2013 12:40 in reply to "RE[2]: Hardly surpsising"
darknexus Member since:
2008-07-15

Don't speak for everyone. Personally I prefer thin over replaceable battery. I never experienced any need in battery replacement.

Let me guess, you've got an iPhone? ;)
I'm just teasing of course (I'm an iPhone user myself at the moment as it has the apps I need and does get good battery life) but if so, I can see why you might say that. The iPhones (and iOS in general) at the moment seriously kick Android's ass in the power management department. My iPhone easily lasts two days on a charge provided I don't use it constantly. The Android phones I've used couldn't even run a full day without recharging, and that's without me using much multitasking and that's just phones. Don't even get me started on the battery life gap between the Nexus tablets and their iPad equivalents. If I could pick one Android feature, just one, for Google to really get right it would be power management.
Of course I've yet to find any current mobile os that manages power even half as well as old Symbian did. ;)

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