Comparison Between Features Of Android, Windows And iPhone
Should I choose windows or android or iPhone…. Many one of you must have this question in your mind!!
Let’s find the solution…..
During the recent launch of the new Smartphones in mobile world lots of readers asked me which of the alternatives is best. There’s BlackBerry of course, which offers great server side support and business functionality. But the principal question seems to be: Android or Windows Phone? It’s not a question we can answer for everyone.
Both Android and Windows Phone 8 offer broadly similar features and functionality.
They come in a wide range of handsets at a variety of price points – with the standard to match. If you are in the market for an iPhone substitute and you wish to avoid BlackBerry, for whatever reason, you are best advised to spend as much time as you can with a variety of handsets on each framework. There are likely a Windows- and an Android phone for everyone. It’s just a question of finding the right one for you.
Instead of than giving a specific decision to a question that really can’t be answered, here we give general advice on the pros and cons of Windows Phone vs Android vs iPhone.
Android or Windows Phone: what’s great about Android
As the most popular mobile OS on the planet, Android offers an unmatched range of handsets at a variety of price points. There’s an Android to suit every budget.
As a consequence support for Android from software developers and media owners is second only to one: IOS. You can find every app you could possibly desire in Google Play, and you can purchase music and movies from a variety of channels.
Android offers a level of customisation to both end user and hardware manufacturer. Not all Androids are the same, far from it. But the absolute popularity of Android devices means that there are lots of suitable third-party devices and accessories for Android.
More significantly, after all this time the Android experience is now good. Like all major mobile OSes Android is fine-looking and user-friendly, at least in the more recent flavors.
Windows Phone is Microsoft’s entrant into the Smartphone wars, and it has won widespread critical recognition (though not many users). Like Android, it is available on Smartphones from a number of different manufacturers, most particularly Nokia, with its $100 Lumia 900 on AT&T.
While IOS leads the way with apps. Not only are there more apps in the App Store than in the Android Market, but there is normally more quality and less junk on Apple’s platform (a extremely unscientific observation). This could be changing, as the flood of Android devices has led to the lion’s share of the Smartphone market. While analysts have been forecasting that Android will catch up for over a year now, it hasn’t occurred.
Why don’t we compare some features:-
Runs Apple’s is 5 operating systems.
Readily available on three carriers: AT&T, Verizon, Sprint.
Available in three storage sizes: 16GB, 32GB, 64GB.
Easiest compatibility with iTunes, Apple ecosystem, and products.
Form factor: Won 3.5-inch screen (on the smaller size by today’s standards).
Interface: Approachable, but not very customizable. Some hidden features.
Key features: Excellent 8-megapixel camera, front-facing camera, colorful Siri voice assistant
Next big release: iPhone 5, release date unknown, but speculated for summer 2012..
Google’s mobile operating system
Form factor: Available on all carriers, all shapes, all sizes
All functionality: Range from budget to super premium
Not all Android phones are created equal in capability: some have exceptional cameras, screens, etc. Some don’t.
Easiest compatible with Google services, Google Music, other Android devices
Interface: Varies by manufacturers, has a small learning curve for some features
Key features: Free voice navigation with turn-by-turn directions, very customizable, voice actions
Next big phone release: Samsung Galaxy Nexus phone, Verizon release date unknown, but probably in December
Next big operating system release: Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Released with Galaxy Nexus, coming to existing handsets starting “early 2012”.
Microsoft’s mobile operating system
Form factor: Available on all carriers, all shapes, all sizes.
AT&T has the largest and best selection
All capabilities: Mostly midrange, solid performers. Minimum 5-megapixel camera
Easiest compatible with Zune, Xbox Live, Microsoft services like Microsoft Office, SkyDrive online storage
Interface: Very straightforward, but some hidden capabilities
Key features: Clean interface, built-in barcode-scanning and music identification, Xbox Live incorporation, voice actions.
I hope this point will help you in finding answers to your query….