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David Tokunaga (1)

Brew: The Role of the Feature Phone in Today’s Mobile Market

Seemingly every day, we see another article on Android scaling wider and eating up market share at a blistering pace. It’s undeniable – the platform has established an incredible wave of momentum and is showing no signs of slowing down. At Qualcomm, we’re proud to have collaborated on Android from the ground floor. Android is joined in the smartphone race by operating systems such as Windows Phone, Blackberry, and of course iOS – all of which are adapting as needed to reach an increasingly broad consumer audience.

Oct 18, 2011 by David Tokunaga

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