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After Math: Call me, maybe

All the handsets you won't care about once the iPhone 7 drops next week.
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It's been a banner week for mobile devices not made by Apple (you'll have to wait until the 7th for those). Samsung, quite literally, blew its chance to gain ground on Apple, given the new iPhone's reputed lackluster feature set. Google likely killed off Project Ara, its modular smartphone. Verizon and T-Mobile both rolled out new service plans aimed at stretching subscribers' data plans. Hasselblad actually made a photography device that won't require the life of your first born to obtain. And Nubia unveiled its newest flagship phone -- but where's the bezel. Numbers, because how else would we determine market share?

Gallery: After Math September 4th, 2016 | 7 Photos

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