Microsoft is spending some of their time on marketing Windows Phone 7. They slightly appears as unfinished. Windows Phone 7 is a mobile operating system in development by Microsoft, scheduled for release by October 2010, and is the successor to Microsoft’s Windows Mobile platform (via Wikipedia).
Recently Sony Ericsson also declared that they will be doing deals with Windows Phone 7.
These two advertisements which I got via WMPoweruser reveal Window Phone 7 has something to deliver. Hope Microsoft and Windows fans won’t be depressed. The HTC Mondrian looks fascinating, and a treat for HTC freaks too. Microsoft is revolutionizing mobile devices and smart phones with this new mobile OS. It’s partnership with HTC results good, and it will be a tough competition for Android, Symbian and other top Mobile Operating Systems.
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Symbian OS is one of Nokia’s mobile operating systems for mobile devices and smartphones, with associated libraries, user interface, frameworks and reference implementations of common tools, originally developed by Symbian Ltd (via Wikipedia).
Quite recently, Aldo Liguori, a spokesman for Sony Ericsson informed Bloomberg, said that they have no plans for developing any new products to the Symbian Foundation standard or operating system. As of now, Nokia is the only major manufacturer that will continue using Symbian on high-end devices now. Not to mention, recently Nokia launched three new Symbian Phones.
Symbian had a market share of 51% which dropped to 41% in 2010 whereas Android, which had mere 2% Share has gone up to 17% in 2010. This clearly indicates the growing market of Android.
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