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Android Devices Fail Far More Frequently Than Apple's iPhone

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The Android versus iPhone debate was made easier following a report by Blancco Technology Group, which concluded that 85 percent of all mobile device failures during the fourth quarter of 2015 came from Android devices.

BGR, citing Blancco Technology's report, noted that Samsung Electronics led all Android devices and accounted for 27 percent of device failures. Lenovo ranked second at 21 percent, Motorola at 18 percent, followed by Xiaomi at 11 percent.

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Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL)'s iPhone device has been named the "smartphone to beat once we account for metrics such as reliability and failure rates" as just 15 percent of all issues originated from an iOS device.

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