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5g Smartphones Shipped 39 Million Units in China in the Second Quarter, an Increase of 260% Over the
5g Smartphones Shipped 39 Million Units in China in the Second Quarter, an Increase of 260% Over the
Canalys recently released a report showing that 5g smart phones are booming. The shipment volume in China in the second quarter of 2020 was 39 million, an increase of 260% over the first quarter. In addition, Huawei, vivo and oppo rank among the top three in terms of shipment volume.The report points out that although the market shrinks 7% in the second quarter of 2019, the Chinese mainland mobile phone market has achieved 25% growth in the second quarter of 2020, with sales exceeding 90 million.Canalys pointed out that China's smartphone market is expected to recover from strong growth and rebound strongly. "Huawei, dominated by its domestic market, shipped 40.2 million units in the second quarter of 2020 and expanded its market share to as high as 44%. Vivo and oppo ranked second and third respectively, with an increase of 23% and 16% respectively. Xiaomi ranked fourth, with a shipment of 9.3 million units, an increase of 21% month on month.""Mature e-commerce channels are crucial to the recovery of China's smartphone market," said Jason low, a senior analyst at canalys. "Due to the strong marketing promotion and sales incentives provided by major e-commerce companies such as Alibaba, JD and pinduoduo in this quarter, the performance of smartphone suppliers in the second quarter was still stronger than expected despite the weak consumption in physical channels. High end brands such as Huawei and apple continued to invest online and benefited from the growing e-commerce shopping."The report points out that 5g smart phones are booming. The shipment volume in China in the second quarter of 2020 was 39 million, an increase of 260% over the first quarter.Louis Liu, research analyst at canalys, said: "Local brands are promoting the penetration of 5g into their product portfolio to support operators' efforts to transition existing 4G users to 5g, which has exceeded 100 million users in July. Huawei aims to become a 5g brand in China. Its 5g product portfolio exceeded 60% of its total shipments in the second quarter. At the same time, nearly one-third of the shipments of competitors such as vivo, oppo and Xiaomi were 5g Mobile phones. This year, few new 4G models appear in the roadmap of any major manufacturer in the second half of the year. Therefore, with fewer and fewer opportunities for consumers to choose 4G when replacing smartphones, 5g adoption will accelerate. "
Top 10 Apple and Android Smartphones You Can Buy for Under $300
Top 10 Apple and Android Smartphones You Can Buy for Under $300
With the arrival of foldables like the Motorola Razr and Samsung Galaxy Fold, buying a premium smartphone has become more expensive than ever. However, if you are willing to live without cutting edge premium features like wireless charging, foldable displays or triple-lens cameras, it's not all that hard to find a decent smartphone on a budget. Saving money this way, might not leave you with the prettiest looking handset but, at the end of the day, it will still provide you with all the usual features and mobile connectivity you need to get through the day. If our round-up of the best Apple and Android smartphones you can find for under $700 and $600 was not cheap enough for you, here's our latest list of the top 10 best Android and Apple phones you can squeeze into a budget of under or around $300. The Motorola One Macro is a fast, clean and highly-usable phone with a nifty trademark feature and longer-than-average battery life. Under the hood, the One Macro comes powered by MediaTek's Helio P70 processor, 4GBs of RAM and 64GB of ROM. Like the name suggests, the One Macro distinguishes itself through its incorporation of a macro lens when it comes to the rear camera. However, the real charm of the device can be found in all the things it features that modern flagships do not . In our review of the Motorola One Macro, we said that "For all the compromises that have been on the hardware, the cleaner software might just give the Motorola One Macro the edge over the more expensive Motorola G8 Plus." You can read our full review here. None Design not as nice as One Vision In Australia, you can buy the Motorola One Macro through the following: The Motorola One Macro is not available on any postpaid mobile plans via Telstra, Optus or Vodafone but you can always pair the device up with a SIM-only plan (see below). Picking up where the original Nokia 5 left off, the new Nokia 5.3 features a 6.55-inch HD screen, a Snapdragon 665 processor, 4000mAh battery, 4GB of RAM and 64GB of on-board storage. It's also got a quad-lens rear camera to the sum of a 13-megapixel lens, a 5-megapixel ultrawide lens, a 2-megapixel macro lens and a 2-megapixel depth lens. Originally priced at AU$349, you can now find the Nokia 5.3 for slightly less than that. In Australia, you can buy the Nokia 5.3 through: The Nokia 5.3 is not available on any postpaid mobile plans via Telstra, Optus or Vodafone but you can always pair the device up with a SIM-only plan (see below). Despite being perched at the bottom-end of Samsung's A-series lineup, the Galaxy A30 has more than a few tricks up its sleeve. It's got a 6.4-inch FHD display with a teardrop notch, a dual-lens rear camera, an Exynos 7885 processor, a 4000mAh battery, a fingerprint sensor and Samsung's OneUI Android skin. It's leaner and less feature-packed than some of the pricier A-series options to be sure but Samsung have managed to keep the core fundamentals of what makes a good smartphone intact here. In Australia, you can buy the Samsung Galaxy A30 through: The Samsung Galaxy A30 is also available on postpaid mobile plans: Refurbished versions of Google's second generation flagship can now be found for less than AU$300. While you are not getting quite the same level of cutting software and hardware found in the Pixel 3 or Pixel 4, the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL still offer up plenty of likable features. In our review, we said that "If you want a smartphone that does everything or is the best at any one particular thing, there are lot of other options out there. As brilliant as the Pixel 2 is, it's not going to sate the ambitions of power-users out there. However, if you want a smartphone that's as clean as they come and highly-effective at dealing with the everyday pain-points it sets out to solve, the Pixel 2 is a clear-cut winner." You can read our full review here. In Australia, you can buy the Google Pixel 2 (and Pixel 2 XL) through The Google Pixel 2 is no longer available on a postpaid mobile plans via Telstra, Optus or Vodafone but you can always pair the device up with a SIM-only plan (see below). The RealMe 5 is not as powerful or feature-packed as its more-expensive cousins but it still offers a lot of bang for your buck. Read more: 5 foldable phones we expect to see in 2019 Under the hood, this lean smartphone rocks a Snapdrgon 665 processor, 4GBs of RAM and a hefty 5000mAh battery. You also get 128GB of on-board storage and a quad-lens camera. In our review we said that "If $299 is your number and you are unswayed by Motorola's One Macro and Oppo's A-Series, the RealMe 5 might be the budget phone you are looking for. It might not do all the things you want a phone to do very cleanly but it still does them. It's heavy on the specs but light on charm and a sense of identity". You can read our full review here. In Australia, you can buy the RealMe 5 through the following: The RealMe 5 is not available on any postpaid mobile plans via Telstra, Optus or Vodafone but you can always pair the device up with a SIM-only plan (see below). The Oppo A52 features a Qualcomm Snapdragon 655 processor, 5000mAh battery, 64GB of storage and 4GB of RAM. These internals are backed up nicely by a quad-lens camera array on the back and a 6.4-inch LTPS "Neo Display" on the front. In Australia, you can buy the Oppo A52 through the following: The Oppo A52 is also available via a postpaid mobile plan: The Galaxy A20 is the cheaper and lower-spec cousin of the A30. The Galaxy A20's RAM, ROM and fingerprint sensor are exactly the same as the A30. However, it's differentiated by a Exynos 7884 processor - which features a lower clock speed than the 7885. Still, if you are looking for a cheap phone to buy, it keeps just enough of the appeal intact to be worth consideration. In Australia, you can buy the Samsung Galaxy A20 through the following: The Samsung Galaxy A20 is also available on postpaid mobile plans: Apple's iPhone might not have the 3D face unlock, slick OLED screen or powerful processor found in more recent efforts like the iPhone X, iPhone XS and iPhone 11 Pro. You know what it does have? A headphone jack. Jokes about legacy ports aside, the biggest thing that you get when you buy something like the iPhone 7 is a ticket into Apple's walled garden of apps and services. For as much as the hardware has aged since the iPhone 7 released in 2015, the software side has continued to evolve. If you are willing to live within the limitations, there's still a lot to like about the iPhone 7. In Australia, you can buy the iPhone 7 hrough the following: The iPhone 7 is also (ssomehow still) available through a post-paid mobile plan: HMD Global's Nokia 7.1 takes the standard Nokia formula and attaches it to a glitzy new display technology that seamlessly upscales content from SDR to HDR. It's not quite premium but it definitely feels more than halfway there. As we said in our review, "The Nokia 7.1 is not a device without caveats but I think it's one that will pay off for those looking to get a decent smartphone at a decent price." You can read our full review here. In Australia, you can buy the Nokia 7.1 through the following: The Nokia 7.1 is not available on any postpaid mobile plans via Telstra, Optus or Vodafone but you can always pair the device up with a SIM-only plan (see below). Huawei's P40 Lite does come with its fair share of compromises and caveats. However, if you are looking for a $299 phone with a camera that swings above its weight when it comes to the camera side of the equation, it's not to be overlooked. The Huawei P40 Lite features a Kirin 810 processor, 6GB of RAM, 128GB of ROM, a 4200mAh battery,a 6.4-inch LCD display and a quad-lens rear camera. In Australia, you can buy the Huawei P40 Lite through the following: The Huawei P40 Lite is not available on any postpaid mobile plans via Telstra, Optus or Vodafone but you can always pair the device up with a SIM-only plan (see below). Related: Top 10 best Android and Apple smartphones for under $700 Related: Top 10 best Android and Apple smartphones for under $600 Related: Which phones have the best cameras? This article was updated by Fergus Halliday on September 11, 2020.1. What is the best smartphone from this list in general ?Do not listen to him. He knows nothing about phones and he wants to waste his money on overpriced limited apple ****. The s3 mini is the best but also the most expensive one. It has a better screen resolution, more space, a faster processor and a bigger screen. But samsung puts a skin on android which slow the device down so I do not know if samsung is the right choice. I would choice for the s3 mini or the htc desire 300.2. What is a 5G smartphone to purchase?STILL THERE ARE NO BUDGET 5G MOBILES IN THE MARKETSO I HAVE STILL NOT INTERESTED IN BUYING 5G MOBILE3. Is there a "pay as you go" smartphone?i bought an Imate online (unlocked) and use the T-mobile pre-paid service
Do Users of Huawei Smartphones Have Reason to Be Concerned About the Security of Their Data?
Do Users of Huawei Smartphones Have Reason to Be Concerned About the Security of Their Data?
People keep asking these questions over and over to bash Huawei.Once again, there's no proof of Huawei spying.However, there is plenty of proof that the Americans spy. The Americans are just slandering Huawei to get people to not support Huawei because Apple is no longer as innovative.The Americans just want to eliminate the competition.Snowden: The NSA planted backdoors in Cisco productsHow the US spy scandal unravelled'No evidence' of Huawei spying, says German IT watchdog.1. Is "Huawei Ascend P6" A Good Phone?Used Huawei Ascend P62. What will happen to Huawei after September 15, 2020?Typical Chinese playbook. Hide your strength. Bid your time.They had stock for a year of production. I will expect TSMC to resume production for Huawei in future once they had reconfiger their lines. Till today, no one is saying anything, after all, it can be announced after nov 20.Anything by WSJ, Reuters, NYT on China is not worth reading. Just bias reporting based on cherry picked data3. Do you think the arrest of Huawei's CFO will backfire horribly?I think the God-Emperor Trump is trying to bring about Armageddon. Evangelicals, rejoice!4. Huawei phone playing sound "I am here”This is a feature of Huawei's Android devices known as "Find me" function.For video demonstration: Huawei P8: Find Your PhoneThe feature works by calling the name of the phone then saying "where are you?", then the device will turn on its display, turn on the flashlight, play music, and saying "I am here".When the phone is paired to Huawei HONOR Band, it can also be triggered by accessing the "Find my phone" feature from the band (thanks to user Bangyou for additional info). Depending on the model, the setting may be found on:Additional sources:5. How can I pass Huawei Certified Network Associate-Transmission Technologies and Device (HCNA HTTD) Certification Exam?Huawei only gives training to its staff and customers. However only the customers leave with certificates, the staff do not. As an outsider you wont be able to do the certs. However huawei highly value cisco certs (ccna, ccnp, ccie)6. Install GMS core Packages on brand-new HuaweiGMS services have to be installed in /system. To be able to install anything in /system, you have to either unlock the bootloader of your smartphone ('clean' way) or root your smartphone ( would irty' way). After unlocking the bootloader, you need a recovery that can install the GMS zip package. I only know TWRP. So: 1. Is your bootloader unlocked? Search google to find out: - how to check if your bootloader is unlocked (on your device or similar devices) - how to unlock it (search on your manufacturers website) 2. Do you have a recovery that can install zip packages? TWRP would be such a recovery. Search google to find out: - how to boot into recovery on your device (to find out if a suitable one exists) - how to flash a suitable recovery with fastboot ("flash recovery fastboot") Good luck!7. Has China ever bullied any foreign businesses like they accuse the USA of doing to Huawei?Yes.. In order to set up shop in China you have to partner up with a company controlled by State run company.. This is why they have control over our technology.. Yet they can buy businesses in the Silicone Valley and close out any Americans from even working there.8. Why is Google suspending all business activity with Huawei related to "non-public" transfers of hardware, software and technical services?According to Bloomberg: "The Trump administration on Friday blacklisted Huawei -- which it accuses of aiding Beijing in espionage -- and threatened to cut it off from the U.S. software and semiconductors it needs to make its products. The ban, which had been anticipated, hamstrings the world's largest provider of networking gear and No. 2 smartphone vendor. ".9. With Donald Trump's decision, is Huawei as a company finished?Trump's decision in the end will most likely help Huawei.Last count I read (not keeping close track) was 30 countries had signed up with more the $100B in revenue to be generated. Since Trump is trying to force countries to reject Huawei it is having what seems to be the opposite impact. Other countries do not like being forced to follow US directives and it would appear since they have listened and that the evidence is weak that they need to fear their products. UK & Germany are examples where they are pushing back on him. Spain recently agreed to use Huawei.So no they are not finished
Samsung Has Registered a New Trademark, and It May also Join the Army of Developing Blockchain Smart
Samsung Has Registered a New Trademark, and It May also Join the Army of Developing Blockchain Smart
After HTC, Samsung may also enter the blockchain smartphone field.According to foreign media reports, Samsung recently submitted three new European trademark applications, namely: "blockchain keystore" and "blockchain key"Box and blockchain core. The three brand names all named "blockchain", which shows Samsung's determination to enter this market.In the application documents submitted by Samsung, Samsung said that these trademarks would apply to "smart phones, software applications for mobile devices, computer software platforms and application software", but in addition, the documents did not provide more information.According to insiders, blockchain keyBox's trademark application may involve a secure storage method. In this way, various keys in user transactions will be saved on the device, and all relevant details of any given blockchain ledger transaction can be viewed at any time.Blockchain keystore seems to refer to the central location of accessing blockchain based software or solutions. As for blockchainCore, like the last piece of the puzzle, implies a basic solution generated by Samsung between smartphone and blockchain. It is the foundation of the first two.In fact, this speculation is not aimless. Since the beginning of the year, Samsung has been discussing and exploring the prospects that blockchain can bring. In April this year, song Guangyu, head of Samsung SDS blockchain, said that Samsung is considering using blockchain ledger management system and AI to manage its business to ensure the end-to-end security of its supply chain. In June this year, Samsung also announced the decision to promote AI and blockchain based digital financial services, and increased their services on the blockchain by providing financial service providers with big data analysis and intelligent process automation. Based on this, the three new trademark applications submitted by Samsung can be used to bridge the gap between these financial providers and consumers. When it is applied to smart phones, it means that the data and assets stored on Samsung devices will be more secure.After the initial outbreak of enthusiasm, the concept of blockchain still needs to be integrated with daily life, and how to explore the integration of blockchain and business has become a very important topic in front of enterprises. At this point, Samsung is trying to take its first step, and the change is not far away.Classification: Âmobile phone
Revealed: How Governments Can Take Control of Smartphones
Revealed: How Governments Can Take Control of Smartphones
Operating since 2001, the Milan-based Hacking Team employs over 50 people and offers clients the ability to “take control of your targets and monitor them regardless of encryption and mobility," while “keeping an eye on all your targets and manage them remotely, all from a single screen.” It’s the first time Remote Control Systems (RCS) malware has been positively linked with mobile phones and it opens up a new privacy threat potential to mobile phone users.“Our latest research has identified mobile modules that work on all well-known mobile platforms, including as Android and iOS,”wrote Kaspersky researcher Sergey Golovanov.“These modules are installed using infectors – special executables for either Windows or Macs that run on already infected computers. They translate into complete control over the environment in and near a victim’s computer. Secretly activating the microphone and taking regular camera shots provides constant surveillance of the target – which is much more powerful than traditional cloak and dagger operations.” Police can install the spy malware directly into the phone if there is direct access to the device, or if the owner of the phone connects to an already infected computer, according to Wired. Various softwares can also lure users to download targeted fake apps. Once inside an iPhone, for instance, it can access and activate all of the following: control of Wi-Fi, GPS, GPRS, recording voice, e-mail, SMS, MMS, listing files, cookies, visited URLs, cached web pages, address book, call history, notes, calendar, clipboard, list of apps, SIM change, live microphone, camera shots, support chats, WhatsApp, Skype, and Viber. While the malware can be spotted by some of the more sophisticated anti-virus software, it takes special measures to avoid detection – such as “scouting” a victim before installation, “obfuscating” its presence, and removing traces of its activity. Hacking Team has maintained that its products are used for lawful governmental interceptions, adding that it does not sell items to countries blacklisted by NATO or repressive regimes. Wired reported that there have been cases where the spying apps were used in illegal ways in Turkey, Morocco, and Saudi Arabia. Citizen Lab discovered spying malware hiding in a legitimate news app for Qatif Today, an Arabic-language news and information service that reports on events in Saudi Arabia's eastern Qatif region. It also argued that circumstantial evidence pointed to Saudi Arabia’s government using the spying malware against Shia protesters in the area.“This type of exceptionally invasive toolkit, once a costly boutique capability deployed by intelligence communities and militaries, is now available to all but a handful of governments. An unstated assumption is that customers that can pay for these tools will use them correctly, and primarily for strictly overseen, legal purposes. As our research has shown, however, by dramatically lowering the entry cost on invasive and hard-to-trace monitoring, the equipment lowers the cost of targeting political threats for those with access to Hacking Team and Gamma Group toolkits,” Citizen Lab said in its report. Hacking Team controls the spying malware remotely via command-and-control servers. Kaspersky has discovered more than 350 such servers in more than 40 countries. A total of 64 servers were found in the US – more than in any other country. Kazakhstan came in second, with a total of 49 servers found. Thirty-five were found in Ecuador and 32 in the UK.
10 Good Reasons to Buy the New LG W10
10 Good Reasons to Buy the New LG W10
LG is a household name in India and a typical Indian home would certainly have some or the other appliance by LG. And once, LG had a fair bit of share in the Indian smartphone market too.However, since it could not cope up with the immense competition from the Chinese smartphone brands, the popularity of LG dwindled with time, though not lost completely in the smartphone market. Having said that, let bygones be bygones and LG has now taken a big step to beat the competition in the smartphone market with its new W series which is rocking the e-commerce stores.The results of two sale dates with the stocks clearing in minutes are enough to prove that LG is back with a bang and if you need a good smartphone in the budget segment, LG W smartphones are currently the best choice you can have.About LG W10:LG W10 is the younger device in the newly launched W series, but it's equally powerful and brimming with features. Here are 10 reasons which make it one of the most desirable smartphones of the season:1. Smart Display And Stylish Appearance: W10 contains a 6.19-inch screen with a screen resolution of 720 x 1500 pixels, Screen to Body Ratio 81. 13%, and 18. 9:9 aspect ratio. It is available in two colours- Tulip Purple, Smokey Grey2. Power of MediaTek Processor: The smartphone is packed with the smart MediaTek Helio P22 octa-core processor with Cortex A53 and is clocked at 2GHz.3. Latest Operating System: The smartphone contains the latest Android 9. 0 Pie as its OS for amazing performance. 4. Reasonable Internal Storage: You get a reasonable internal storage of 32GB which could store a lot of your data5. Handy RAM: It also comes with handy 3GB RAM which is quite reasonable at the price.6. Great Primary Camera: The rear camera is 13MP 5MP dual camera with an LED flash and it also has features such as as Digital Zoom, Auto Flash, Face detection, and Touch to focus etc. making it one of the best in the segment.7. Powerful Front Camera: You also get an 8MP front camera with an LED flash which offers really good selfies and also enhances your video call experience8. Amazing Battery Power: The smartphone comes equipped with 4000mAh of battery which is really long-lasting in nature and you can forget your charger for long. 9. Security Features: LG W10 contains security features such as Face Detection and Fingerprint Sensor which not only unlock your phone rapidly and also keep it secure.10. Very Affordable Price: With all these smart features, the smartphone is priced at just 9k and this makes it really effective.No wonder, LG W10 is really good to buy. Go get it!!!Is it legal for app developers for smartphones to advertise to you you via text message?Um, click the link and find out.. It's legal..What are a digital dementia and a pseudo debility?"Digital dementia" seems to be (from de.wiki link) an idiosyncratic (and pejorative) term used to describe a high dependence on portable electronics like smartphones, notebooks. See e.g."Why Smartphone Dependence Is Ravaging a Generation" obviously from an alarmist proponent of this phenomenon, or "Mobile phone overuse" on Wikipedia for a more neutral perspective.the more general term seems to be "overuse of technology". Calling it "dementia" probably relates to an influential article (discussed in the previous link) titled "Is Google Making us Stupid?". Another pejorative term is "digital zombie".From the absence of sources you provided, I do not know what "pseudo debility" might be, but based on your def "simplification and flattening of delirium in the modern world" it does not sound terribly related to "digital dementia" in the sense used by Manfred Spitzer.How do smartphones change the phone's time when we arrive at a new time zone? What is the technology behind it?there is a "time server" which all electronics receive their time from, this includes cell towers. They usually go off the "universal time" and the zones add or subtract from that -2 hours ahead of UTC or 2 ahead UTC. pretty simple actually.How do smartphones change the phone's time when we arrive at a new time zone? What is the technology behind it?.
Why Nokia Smartphones Can Legally Download Youtube Videos Totally for Free ?
Why Nokia Smartphones Can Legally Download Youtube Videos Totally for Free ?
it's not nokia... It's app developer.... Like picobrothers... Koonoz... They supply legal app that do illegal act...1. Can an android phone catch virus/malware? Do you use any firewall?Yes smartphones have malwares Do not root your phone and you are pretty much safe2. What are the best smartphones under 20,000 rupees to buy in 2020?Poco X2Realme X2Samsung m31Redmi K20Redmi note8 pro/realme xt3. Why aren't there more operating system options for smartphones aside from Android, Apple and Windows?You cannot just install an OS on a phone because every phone requires unique drivers for each of its chips and the Linux community has failed to make those drivers.Phone manufacturers do not even make those drivers for the phones they sell. Android manufacturers give a sample phone to Google, with all its unique chips in place, and them Google custom makes a version of Android that runs on only that exact phone with those exact chips in it. The phone makers pay Google millions to do this so although Android is supposed to be free, it actually costs the phone companies money so they pass that cost on to you every time you buy an Android device of any kind.Microsoft has tried to make more than one smartphone but they were such disasters that Microsoft had to shut them down and take a billion dollar loss on them. It sees that Android users just did not want to switch to Microsoft so they ignored it completely. The Android/Linux community claim that you can do this yourself, but I have never seen anyone in Silicon Valley ever make a custom OS for themselves, presumably because it is nearly impossible without a huge cash budget and professional programmers to do it.Why are not there more operating system options for smartphones aside from Android, Apple and Windows?4. Do schools still require a student to have a physical calculator when smartphones are equipped with one?The main reason is that the approved* calculators are very difficult to cheat with. A smartphone inherently has access to the internet.*And make no mistake - there's a specific list at most schools, and for most exams.5. What are some examples of smartphones on the market?There's 2 main types of smartphone, depending on the operating system. iOS, which is made by Apple, and Android, which is made by Google (there are a few others, like Windows and Blackberry, but iOs/Android dominate the market). iOS only comes in Apple iPhones, and there are only 10 or so different models of iPhone out there. So that's easy to cover off. Android, not so much. Because Android share their operating system with other manufacturers other than Google, there are a staggering amount of different Android handsets out there. Samsung are the biggest of the Android handset manufacturers, they do the Galaxy range, and there are many iterations of that. As for other Android options, at last count there were well over 1200 different types of Android smartphone out there. Let's go through each of them individually and... wait. No, let's not.Basically, you will need to decide: Apple or Android? Apple's going to be more expensive. But something else to bear in mind is that the smartphone market is slowing down, and some manufacturers are in trouble (HTC, for example, an Android manufacturer, are having serious problems with their stock price). The danger here is that if the maker goes under or stops supporting your phone, then if something goes wrong, no one will be able to help you. So consider going for one of the bigger companies if you are going with Android.What are some examples of smartphones on the market?.6. What is the cheapest data package for smartphones in verizon?Yep.. on 7-7-2011.... Verizon Started Teired Data plans for Smartphones... Any new smartphone customer or newly upgraded to a smartphone customer must choose these plans... only current customers who had a smartphone before 7-7-2011 get to keep unlimited data for $29.99.... thats called grandfather status.. That $15 price tag was for Feature Phones (simple bar phones, texting phones, flip phones)... not SMARTphones like Iphones, Androids, Blackberries, windows phones, palm phones... The new Smartphone data plans $30/mo for 2GB of data $50/mo for 5GB of data $80/mo for 10GB of data Teh LG Vortex and Motorola Citrus are BOTH Smartphones... so you will have to get a data plan from above...
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