Last updated September 15th, 2013 at 10:18 pm
When you walk in to the world of smart phones, it is quite difficult to select the best Smartphone which suits your requirement. Before entering the sales office, there’s a list of things to be checked about the best Smartphone like the Manufacturer Company, features, and compatible of operating system. Usually, there is always a debate about Android and iOS but today, we are going to change the topic a little bit. In this post, we will be trying to determine whether you should buy an Android smartphone or a Windows phone?
The most important thing about any smartphone is not how it looks but it is the user interface of its operating system that matters. I personally use Android OS and I feel no shame in saying that it is the best. However, just because I’m announcing Android to be the best doesn’t make it the best OS. Each and every one has different taste and I have so many friends who are deeply in love with Windows OS for smartphones. The latest UI of Windows 8 phones are really impressive and after taking a look at it, I’m also thinking to buy one for myself.
Well, you will have to give points to Android OS in this case because there are millions of apps that you can download and install on your Android smartphone. On the other hand, Windows OS is in its evolutionary process which means that you will have to wait for some time for millions of apps to arrive at this platform. Looking at the use interface of Windows based smartphones, I’m assuming that the applications will be really great but for the time being, it is Android that takes the lead in this section.
Data integration & Features
One thing that you need to know about any OS before using it is its features and the integration features it offers. Android and Windows both great features so let us take a look at features of both the operating systems.
It completely depends on your liking and the OS you are used to…if you love to Google stuff every now and then, surely you are going to choose Android for your best Smartphone. Still, I’m a Microsoft user when it comes to desktop device but when it comes to smartphone then I prefer Android.
Similarly if you are a die-hard fan of Microsoft then Window Phone 8 is the right choice for you. This may not be true in some cases. One case is me as I have already described that I like Windows OS but only when it is installed in my desktop PC.
When we talk about customization, Android is the best choice. Though you can customize Windows based smartphone as well but there is nothing much that you can do. In such situation, the best option is to go for Android OS.
Which mobile OS do you like? Do you have anything you would like to say about this post? Share your thoughts with us in the comments section.