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Sony Ericsson: Windows Phone Not As Good As Android

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you dont need to be a genius

netboy

Oct 3, 2011, 7:28 AM
to know that windows phone is not that good!
how impressive can you get with those stupid tiles on windows phone!
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psycros

Oct 3, 2011, 8:33 AM
Ain't that the truth. Microsoft is as lost on UX as RIM is on price-to-performance.
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Vmac39

Oct 3, 2011, 10:49 AM
WP7 may not be quite there yet, but the OS isn't bad either. To be honest, it is lack a few things, but nothing that makes it outright bad. It does most things that android can do. If you're only comparing the amount of apps, then your argument isn't valid. The number of apps isn't what makes a phone good. How many things can an Android phone do out the box with out having to download a ton of apps? My point is, WP7 has room for growth and I think MS is on the right path. They are getting a ton of developer support and the features added with Mango allows the phone to do quite a bit without downloading a bunch of apps to do it.
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yourvoiceofreason

Oct 3, 2011, 11:51 AM
As much as I dislike Windows' approach to WP7...I will agree that the OS really isn't that bad...I am just irritated that at launch, it was missing important things that it should've had...such as multitasking, copy and paste, etc
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Luar

Oct 25, 2011, 2:15 PM
yourvoiceofreason said:
As much as I dislike Windows' approach to WP7...I will agree that the OS really isn't that bad...I am just irritated that at launch, it was missing important things that it should've had...such as multitasking, copy and paste, etc


I was extreemly suprised that it lacked those basic now a day features at launch..
ICS is going to change Android as we know it today, other OS have to catch up , but my feeling is that they will

Raul
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