In the phone world, there is a ton of competition in the Android sandbox. Samsung, LG, HTC, Motorola and many more companies are pumping out countless new Android devices each quarter. And while Samsung is the only one making any meaningful progress (and money), there’s no shortage of options for consumers. On top of all the great 3rd party manufacturer hardware there’s Google’s own Nexus line, which while lacking some custom baked-in functionality, benefits from being above all the carrier and manufacture crap that all too often slows down the Android devices we know and love. In the tablet sphere,…
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