Few days ago I wrote about Android's success to surpass iPhone and BlackBerry in the US smartphones sales.
Today I saw an interesting article saying that Apple and RIM were still sucking up two-thirds of the industry’s profits while selling only 10 percent of the overall handsets.
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Analysts concluded that interest in phones with mid-tier features is rapidly shrinking. Folks either want a smartphone that doubles as a mobile computer of sorts or a low-end, cheap handset for phone calls and texting.