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Shanghai : China | Aug 23, 2012 at 12:11 PM PDT
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It takes years in some cases for the latest version of Android to make its way onto the majority of devices in the wild. This means that although Google releases a new version of their operating system every year, sometimes even more rapidly, most Android users never get their phones updated to the newest... FULL ARTICLE AT The Motley Fool
 
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