The Fairest Comparison Cellphone Platform on Android vs Windows Mobile
I was eventually running down across the market to find myself a new cell phone with a platform and I found out that there are two biggest flexible platforms that catch me. One is the Android version and the other is the Windows Mobile. So this is the simplest review you can get.
Android is a platform based on Linux, the platform said to be the lightest and fastest platform than the Windows Mobile, and yes it’s true that it’s fast, and they’re said to make you able to do the work multi tasking. Alas alack, cell phone based on Android platform either it’s the 1.6 version or the 2.1 Éclair version doesn’t give any stability to the user. Indeed it was flexible, light and fast but it was the platform which has stability problem. One more thing is that the Android based phone will make your hand goes curly. It’s not user friendly and will be much of a problem. The problem comes when phone based on this platform won’t be supported with stylus pen, so when the QWERTY virtual keyboard appears you will find yourself pretty hard just to press the sweet rich color capacitive touch screen LCD. What catches me and quite unique is the ability for the user to scan file and transform it to document aka scanning. Unfortunately the office application is trial unlike the Windows Mobile.
Now we come across to the Windows Mobile. The Windows users and the vendors along with the developers have claim that it’s the consistent platform out of all, even the Windows Mobile 7, which no one knows when it will be released, claim to fix all instability issues and has the most high security system. Let’s get down to the fact. Windows Mobile (Speaking as a whole beside the Winmo aka Windows Mobile 7 which hasn’t been released yet) is lagging on load time for application, beside it’s also slow, we don’t know why is it so, maybe it was the processor where mostly Windows Mobile based cells run down under the clock bellow 600 Mhz, but later I found out that it’s not the case. The platform is really slow compared to android, unfriendly user too, and doesn’t support QWERTY virtual keyboard. The only thing that looks good on me at Windows Mobile is the stability which truly provides a better stability for the platform. Windows Mobile based phone also has stylus pen and plenty of software available out there.
So let’s get down to conclusion. If you don’t want to have a lag time between application, has QWERTY virtual board in need for multi tasking and won’t matter to buy office application then get Android but if you’re looking for more stability, full office support and better e-mail system, many applications and won’t matter with the lagging time and won’t be able to do multi tasking, then Windows Mobile is your choice.
If you’re looking for a perfect mini mobile system that can function both to do office and multimedia as well as act as a phone then I suggest you get a laptop or notebook or netbook and a cell phone. Why do I say so? It’s because companies have their own marketing strategy and it’s better to get one different gadget for each different purpose. Multi gadget for phone usually and always have minus and plus. So if you’re looking for a perfect option then choose my suggestion as the last and best option. Don’t get buoyed by the marketing words “If you can get one phone with a full feature and office support get A” or other similar words to that. Believe me those are just marketing strategies. After all you have the money and once again the decision is up to you. Be a smart buyer and think before you buy and never rush into something which isn’t your territory.
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