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Old 08-29-2012, 10:47 AM   #13
ScotiaBurrell
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I find this surprising, because if you like the way your phone works then keep it. No one is going to break down the door and take it out of your hand.

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customers of Samsung have been dumping their Android products on at least one major resale site. Gazelle.com reports a 50% increase in Samsung smartphones over the past three days...“Consumers seem to be jumping ship,” says Anthony Scarsella, chief gadget officer at Gazelle.com.
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The court decision, they point out, is creating a lot of uncertainty about Android upgrades. The next generation of Samsung phones may be very different from those on the market today. Consumers get used to certain key features on their favorite smartphones — like the way apps are laid out or how they zoom in on pictures, experts say. “Android customers are no longer sure of that,” says Yung Trang, president of deal aggregator TechBargains.com.
http://www.marketwatch.com/story/app...ces-2012-08-28
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