no wonder.. my next phone is NOT an android.. but windows phone 7 ^_^
Cod3rror, 14 Apr 2011Needs the following... Improve Text Selection, Cut, Copy/Paste - Bigger selection handles, ... moreWhat u said multitasking like iOS ...what a joke... iOS not having multitask ....WP7 should have multitasking like android or symbian..
wats that girl doing in there. i thought this video was about 'smart'phones
Without Whatsapp support, WP7 will not get the support by consumer. Microsoft.. please open up ur ear and listen to what consumer wants. WP7 will be ahead of android if some key apps are developed.
Hmmm.. i just don't know, wp7 should make easier shorcut for apps. The homescreen is waste of space, should put shorcut for apps there.
Needs the following...
Improve Text Selection, Cut, Copy/Paste - Bigger selection handles, magnifying glass, individual letter selection
Free Maps Navigation - I guess it's pretty much on the way through Nokia's Ovi Maps
Custom call, msg, email ringtones
Music player equalizers
DivX/XviD/MKV video support
USB mass storage support, i.e. using the phone as a flash drive
Memory card slot, cards formatted in PC readable format.
Also can Multitasking apps be quit like with iOS and Symbian?
TSH, 14 Apr 2011as has already been said: at this point in its life cycle Android was also being (rightly) cri... moreIt's also manufactured by more companies than Symbian, Bada, iOS, WebOS, MeeGo, etc which means it will be advertised more.
Microsoft learned a lot things, concepts, apps, Developers advantage and user interface that came from android phones.. In summary Android is miles ahead from MS. Android > MS..................... Symbian??? You still there????
as has already been said: at this point in its life cycle Android was also being (rightly) criticised for missing features.
It's only natural that MS will be playing catchup for a bit, just as Google did. Both companies are experienced and powerful software developers, but MS has taken the extra step of teaming up with Nokia. Also, MS has the advantage when it comes to PC connectivity: OS and Office integration in particular. On the other hand Google is an Internet superpower with a damn good head-start.
It's starting to get interesting...
nick, 13 Apr 2011the world has fallen in love with android, sorryMaybe the US have fallen in love with Android. The world, definitely not. Wait and see.
Well maybe gsmarena should show that the phone he is using is an Asus. And looks like it has a front facing camera unless it's a proximity sensor. But it's been reported by Joe that there will be Skype for WP7. Maybe this Asus phone can be one of the first?
Anonymous, 13 Apr 2011Dont care really, I prefer android anydayCompeting is good. What if Android gets cocky like Symbian and iOS and stop improving for a while? :P
Android then will have to play catch up again, which they just got out of.
Funny how many iOS and Android fanboys there are, i dont prefer any OS they are all in the same race and they all win at the end of the day, not happy with that comment? make your own OS ;)
WOW those are really nice features. I really like the UI.
WP7 is just gathering ammunition to start the war against iOS and Android. They just need to offer more (different) phone. That's where Nokia comes in the picture :P. Looking forward to more improvements and the first Nokia running WP7 hehe.
Untill then my next phone will probably be the iphone 5 or one of the high end Android....
Stuff that Iphones and Androids already has now, M$ is playing catch up
windows will rule the market....after symbian......Nokia Rocks.....