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Is Apple To The Rich As Android To The Poor?

By SiliconIndia   |   Thursday, 24 January 2013, 09:42 Hrs
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Bangalore: Seems like there’s more to compare between Apple’s iPhone and Google’s Android as the former is losing to the latter, not only in numbers, but in many ways.

According to a Kantar Worldpanel research, Apple has been the most popular phone in the U.S., but while Android is gaining its fame globally.

According to Gizmodo, what makes the search giant a phone maker is its Android phones being good enough for the cost while Apple is seen taking its grandfathered position in the pockets of overly – distinguished overclass people- the actors, models, rappers making it a coveted bourgeois object. 

When Google launched its first set of Android phones at $200, tough spendthrifts gave a look. But today, Android phones dominate Apple across the world. Reports from San Francisco’s Chronicle showed that 75 percent of the Smartphone companies like Samsung, HTC, installed Google’s Android OS. The market share for Android was a 91 percent hike from the previous year’s third quarter.

Galaxy III as an example seems to be a thoughtful hardware and software piece.

Read: Apple Is Reportedly Testing Next iPhone That Runs iOS 7

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