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Microsoft's Joe Belfiore has stated on Twitter that indications that Windows Phone sales declined are inaccurate and that activations "more than doubled" during the 2013 holiday shopping season.
In a press conference today, Google CEO Eric Schmidt said that 1.3 million new Android devices are activated every day and that there are 480 million Android-based smartphones and tablets worldwide.
A new report claims that the number of new device activations for smartphones using iOS and Android operating systems reached a new record on Christmas Day in the US.
Google Android chief Andy Rubin announced on Twitter and Google+ that Android has supposed 700,000 daily activations, doubling their 300,000 mark that they reached this time last year.
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