Microsoft has launched its new mobile operating system, Windows Phone 7, earlier this week. The latest OS from Microsoft does have some exciting features, but it has received mixed reviews from different analysts.
There are many people (including me) who haven’t got a chance to try out the new Windows Phone 7 OS. So, I thought I should share a features comparison list with all my readers, which can help you take a wise decision while buying Windows Phone 7 devices.
Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android OS are currently the best mobile operating systems available in the market. So, let’s compare these two operating systems with Microsoft’s newly release Windows Phone 7 below.
||Windows Phone 7
|Touch Screen Support
||Windows Marketplace||Android Market||App Store|
|Dedicated Game Center
||Xbox Live||No||Game Center|
||IE based WP7 Browser||Android Browser||iPhone Safari|
|Default Search Engine
||Bing Maps||Google Maps||Google Maps|
|Office Mobile App
|Dedicated Books Apps
|No. of Apps Available
||XNA, Silverlight, ARM, x86||ARM, MIPS, x86||ARM|
||October 11, 2010||May 20, 2010 [SDK Released]||September 8, 2010|
Well, I think these features are more than enough to take the final decision. If I have missed any important feature in above comparison, please let me know.
Leave your opinions, views and suggestions in the comment section.