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If you're not a fan of Apple's new iOS 7 or its new line of iPhones, there's a chance you may be flirting the idea of switching to Android.
After all, Android devices seem to have all the fancy new features these days.
For example, Samsung just launched a new model of its Galaxy Note smartphone—which runs on Android—with a curved display. The Korean company also recently made a big push into wearables with a smartwatch that only syncs with its Galaxy devices, which run on Android.
While a change to Android has its benefits, there are some things you'll want to consider before taking the plunge. Read more.
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