@tekochip – yes the battery takes up to almost half of the size of the phone. Recently I heard that we could build barriers much smaller with much capacity. I am just running through my bookmarks to check if I can find the link.
@NadineJ – Yes the last few devices apple came up with are not that creative as we expected. I think Samsung and Sony are continuously developing their products. Apple and Blackberry both seems to be declining their market share.
@a.saji – yes I too believe that we should give more time for I phone 5c to establish itself in the market. For me looking at the specs I don't see much of a difference compared to the previous version.
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