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LG Thrill 4G vs Samsung Galaxy S2? AT&T’s first 3D phone delayed

Sunday, July 31st, 2011

LG Thrill 4G vs Samsung Galaxy S2? AT&T’s first 3D phone delayed
News from PopHerald.com:

AT&T wants to challenge the Galaxy S2 with a 3D LG phone?

New report has confirmed that AT&T is delaying the launch of the LG Thrill 4G.

Looks like LG fans need to wait for few more weeks because PC Magazine has confirmed that AT&T’s first 3D Android phone will not arrive online and in stores until August 21st. Apparently, the rescheduling of the Thrill 4G’s release was first heralded by a Radio Shack document leaked by Android Central claiming that instead of August 7th, 3D and Android fans must wait for at least 3 more weeks.

LG Thrill 4G is one of the most popular Android handsets this quarter, not only because it is AT&T’s first 3D Android handset, but also the phone’s surprisingly cheaper tag price of $ 99.99 only if bought with a 2 year AT&T contract. Under the hood, the LG Thrill 4G is powered by 1 GHz dual-core Texas Instruments-helmed OMAP4, which should allow LG to include the Netflix application out of the box.

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Apple Drows Dozen Times Faster Than Global Phone Market: Thanks to iPhone Sales
News from International Business Times:

Apple, the largest smartphone vendor reported a growth rate that is 12 times the global mobile phone market in Q2.

The financial results of Q2 shows iPhone shipment increased by 141.8 percent year over year, while the global phone market grew just 11.3 percent.

With the drop in the feature phone market with growing demand of the smartphone market, LG’s shipment dropped by 18.9 percent, with just 24.8 million units and Nokia’ s shipments dropped by 20 percent from last year with 88.5 million units.

However, Nokia still holds the first position with 24.2 percent of the market share with Samsung following it, grabbing 19.2 percent of the market.

Apple has sustained its fourth position from the last quarter a…………… continues on International Business Times

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