LG Sells 10 Million L-Series Smartphones

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kensingtron

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I'm interested in what they consider the "me too" products are and what "manufacturers are putting all their eggs into a one-size-fits-all phone". As far as I'm aware apple is really the only one-size-fits-all company, even so they have a range of generations you can purchase. All other major phone manufacturers seem to have a huge range of sizes/styles/price points available.
 

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I agree with Kensingtron. The one-size-fits-all is relative to the point of view. Samsung has a wide range of phones and so other companies have different phones with different sizes. Even MetroPCS offers some midrange phone with different screen sizes and styles. I got the SGS III recently. Well.....coming from the Samsung Caliber (which is one of the few that has a resistitive touch screen and loved that feature, like more precise handwritting) and the few apps available, the change is like night and day. I had other options but decided to go for the best, though if they had the Note II I would have gotten that one or the ATIV with Windows Phone 8
 
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Think marketing. Samsung spends the a huge proportion of its marketing budget on Galaxy and Note.
 
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