Research: Samsung Has Sold 10M Galaxy S3′s, But 'iPhone 5′ Still The Most-Wanted Phone

Research: Samsung Has Sold 10M Galaxy S3′s, But 'iPhone 5′ Still The Most-Wanted Phone

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New You know a brand is doing something right when people go a little crazy for its products even before they’ve been announced. A new survey out from 451 Research/ChangeWave on consumer smartphone sentiment found that Apple’s iPhone 5 — whatever that may turn out to be — is seeing an...
Research: Samsung Has Sold 10M Galaxy S3′s, But 'iPhone 5′ Still The Most-Wanted Phone
                                       

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