Android versus Windows Phone 7: The battle of smartphones
Presently, Android rules the smartphones market with the operating system accounting for nearly sixty percent of all mobiles sold in the U.S. Smartphones with Windows Phone 7, the mobile operating system from Microsoft, are way behind in terms of sales. But Windows Phones have got the features, user interface, and performance to fast catch up with the likes of Android.
Windows Phones put people first
Windows Phones have got a beautiful and easy to use interface, which is even admired by Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak. The operating system puts people first with its Live Tiles that display status updates from various social networks. The user experience is likely to get better with more apps being added to Windows Phone Marketplace.Â Besides these, there are many more features that put Windows Phone 7 ahead of Android.
10 reasons why Windows Phone 7 scores over Android
In a blog post on MaximumPC, Alan Fackler describes 10 reasons why Windows Phone 7 is better than Android. Fackler likes the streamline interface of Windows Phone 7, which is the same regardless of the handset maker.
Another great thing about Windows Phone 7 is that Microsoft has strict policies for apps that are made available by developers. This ensures that Windows Phone 7 apps are much better than the Android apps.
Read more about what makes Windows Phone 7 better than Android.
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