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    I am going to buy Siam smartphone siams 7X. It has nice security with Ear Recognition Lock Screen, I like android phones more. What are your opinions?
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    (Original post by Franklyman481)
    I am going to buy Siam smartphone siams 7X. It has nice security with Ear Recognition Lock Screen, I like android phones more. What are your opinions?
    A lot of businesses are still on Blackberry's so.... Nobody can judge you trust me Go with whatever you prefer. Androids are easier to crack, but if security is a concern your company should provide you with a phone.
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    (Original post by acontium)
    A lot of businesses are still on Blackberry's so.... Nobody can judge you trust me Go with whatever you prefer. Androids are easier to crack, but if security is a concern your company should provide you with a phone.
    Samsung Knox is the safest and most secure mobile phone system currently available, that is an android, complete rubbish saying Androids are easy to crack.
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    (Original post by Sebastian Bartlett)
    Samsung Knox is the safest and most secure mobile phone system currently available, that is an android, complete rubbish saying Androids are easy to crack.
    That isn't just stock android....
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    (Original post by acontium)
    That isn't just stock android....
    Almost noone uses stock android, when you talk about Android you might as well say Samsung as in most markets it commands 50% or above of the Android market share. In the business world it is even more dominant.
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    (Original post by Sebastian Bartlett)
    Almost noone uses stock android, when you talk about Android you might as well say Samsung as in most markets it commands 50% or above of the Android market share. In the business world it is even more dominant.
    CM had over 50 million users as of last year, not sure about GE, and when you consider the Nexus lineup of devices, 'almost no one' is an understatement.

    Samsung is one of the most popular brands, and has a chunk of the market share just by itself, but with the increasing popularity of LG/Sony/Motorola/Huawei and a dozen of other brands, Samsung is a lot smaller than we'd expect it to be (plus who really uses touchwiz/stock ROM outside their warranty period...?)

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    (Original post by SkyJP)
    CM had over 50 million users as of last year, not sure about GE, and when you consider the Nexus lineup of devices, 'almost no one' is an understatement.

    Samsung is one of the most popular brands, and has a chunk of the market share just by itself, but with the increasing popularity of LG/Sony/Motorola/Huawei and a dozen of other brands, Samsung is a lot smaller than we'd expect it to be (plus who really uses touchwiz/stock ROM outside their warranty period...?)

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    Just supported my point barely anyone has stock, all of the manufacturers you mentioned change the software and add security. Samsung is by far the most dominant in the corporate world. Also yes barely any Nexus, over 1 billion active android smartphones and nexus won't have more than 1% of that, so yes barely any in terms of share.
 
 
 
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