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There are an estimated 282 million active cell phones in the United States There are about 315 million people in the United States That is about 90 percent of the country has a cellular phone Today Nielsen a writer for Marketinglandcom followed proclaiming that 497 percent of mobile subscribers have a smart phone Roughly 48 percent have Android devices while 32 percent have iPhones according to Nielsen The other 20 percent own RIM Windows and so on So what does iPhone and Andriod have in common and what do they offer the other does not Phones have come so far in a sort amount of time They started in the late 80s looking like bricks Now they are so small weighing just ounces Everybody has a cell phone and the kids are getting younger and younger I know a 6 year old with a cell phone First and foremost both phones make and receive phone calls just like any other phone since the invention of phones Both the iPhone and Android phones can text message which is writing what you want to say and sending it to that person when a phone call is not necessary You can play games like angry birds words with friends and 4 pics one word You can also have useful apps like a garage door opener and a remote control for your television and not as useful applications like different fart noises Both cell phones can also be used as an mp3 player to listen and download songs An E-reader can be very helpful as you read a book you bought on your cell phone while riding the bus You can even watch television on them About every year there is a new model that everybody wants to get Some of the differences are that the newer Android has an NFC chip built into the phone An NFC chip is a chip that when you go shopping all you
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