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If you ask a US consumer to identify each company by each logo...
my customers even call the sanyo a "sony phone"
and one more, they call blackberry a blueberry and they're not kidding...
SE doesnt even exist in the U.S!!!!
And US companies sue international knockoffs all the time,...