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The Problem with Windows Phone Isn’t the Windows, it’s the Phone

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Here's the thing: iOS, Android, and Windows Phone are all excellent OSes. Depending on your preference, or particular needs, one may be better suited to you than another. Maybe you just like one better, you have options and they're all good. A phone OS has to go on a phone though. You've got a combination of software and hardware. It's that combination that gets people excited and sells phones. If you like iOS, you know that the latest iPhone is the one you want. If you're into Android, you've got choices within your choice. Phones like the Galaxy Nexus or Galaxy S2 are powerful and cool. If you like either Android or iOS you know what phones are the ones everyone wants.

What if you want a Windows Phone? Well, Nokia put out some things recently. I think HTC makes one? No one knows what the badass Windows Phone is, or if there even is one. Microsoft really needs to push someone like Samsung or HTC to make a phone at least as exciting as the top Android and iPhones. Even if the top end phone market is a smaller chunk, the hype drives the more modest phones. For example, if Microsoft announced a new phone today with a quad core processor, 2 GB of RAM, and a 1080p screen that could also via a dock connect to a full monitor, keyboard, and mouse to become your desktop computer, people would look.

 

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0 #2 opciones-compra 2016-06-28 06:12
Un amigo se compró el htc10 y está contento, claro no tiene mucho tiempo con él, pero
por el momento se encuentra sin problema con él.
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0 #1 Smart Remote Control 2016-02-21 00:45
Way cool! Some very valid points! I appreciate you penning this article
plus the rest of the site is also really good.
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