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Superphones are smartphones with high-end features to make them more capable than basic smartphones. The term was introduced when Google launched the
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smartphone, the Le Superphone, in China. LeEco sold over 1 million Le Superphones within three months, and its online sales have topped Apple and Samsung
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14, 2011.  Burns, Chris. "2011 The Year of Nvidia dominating Android Superphones and tablets". SlashGear. Retrieved September 14, 2011.  "Tegra Super
List of Canadian mobile phone companies (1,006 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article
nora-municipal-telephone-system-for-27-million "Wireless services & superphones from Bell Mobility - Bell Canada". www.bell.ca.  "Lynx Mobility - Home
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Stokes (20 October 2011). "ARM's new Cortex A7 is tailor-made for Android superphones". Ars Technica. Retrieved 2012-10-31.  Andrew Cunningham (30 October
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SlimPort support not MHL". Clove Technology's Blog.  "LG gets back to superphones with G2". CNET. Retrieved 18 August 2013.  "LG’s Marketing Campaign
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status unknown (link) "Xiaomi president Lin Bin aims to ship 15 million superphones in 2013, expand sales beyond Asia". Engadget. Retrieved 24 May 2017. 
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the Nokia Prism series. ("Planet of the Dead") There are at least two superphones available for use in the Eleventh Doctor's TARDIS; Amy Pond's phone and