I got to play with the new Z10 at CES, and really its pretty awesome. Their emphasis on "flow" really was well applied here. Really you just have to pick one up and use it, its hard to explain... Found a few little things here and there that could be improved upon, however a real smooth operating and great overall handset. I really liked how evernote is integrated to the OS itself, making note taking and modifying a BREEZE compared to my current droid. I am also a big fan of the clean no button look BB and a couple others out there are going for.
We really looking forward to evaluating this phone soon. Stay tuned. We hope to have a review unit in here shortly.
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The 1st sentence in the 1st paragraph is a bit confusing.
Is the article suggesting that Google Android OS used in a large number of phones from numerous makers is a Samsung OS.
If Samsung were the only maker using Android would there even be a contest.
Isn't it really Android vs IOS for the top spot?
You are correct, SH. However, of all the Android handsets on the market competing with Apple, Samsung has by far the largest market share in the Android arena. Regardless, as you note, this article is about platforms, not manufacturers so much.
ABI Research released a study that predicts a massive 1.4 billion smartphones to be in-use by the end of 2013, 798 million of them Android-based. This set of numbers also suggests that Windows Phone will be in around 45 million smartphones while Apple will retain the number 2 spot with 294 million units.
The study suggests that by the end of this year the world will have 268 million tablets in-use.
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