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    Not so bad, but let's see at the end of the quarter.
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    Not bad. The statistics for RIM in the Anglosphere are horrendous.
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    Not too bad. Looks like we may be poised to be the third o/s after all. Canada is not mentioned, but I'd imagine our numbers reflect those of the U.S. Brazil's trends are really interesting. Android has really taken off there.
    My next phone...
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    Brazil loves their cheap Androids.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crystal_planet View Post
    Not too bad. Looks like we may be poised to be the third o/s after all. Canada is not mentioned, but I'd imagine our numbers reflect those of the U.S. Brazil's trends are really interesting. Android has really taken off there.
    Canada is 30% Blackberries last I checked, so I doubt we have the same figures as the U.S.

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