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Samsung takes the lead.

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  • Seriously, there's 24 smartphones listed on their website. Anyways, it seems to me that if you sell more than two or three phones at a time your company will appeal to a broader user base... reminds me of that saying, "if you throw enough shit at a wall, some of it is bound to stick". The Bloomberg link does talk about the fact that Samsung has been smart to carry such a diverse lineup of phones, I agree the broad selection is attractive, and that's likely the key factor at play. How would the numbers play

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