It’s pretty obvious Microsoft didn’t expect WP7 to set the world alight right away. We mean, it doesn’t even have one single solitary memorable device and when you think Windows Phone 7 device you still pretty much think Android device with an OS makeover. But apparently the things aren’t even moving as fast as Microsoft expected.
At least according to AT&T Mobility CEO and presumed Zorro alter-ego descendant Ralph De La Vega, who says sales of Windows Phone 7 devices haven’t exactly been brisk and goes on to deduce that customers probably want a richer app store and more features before they can commit.
For our money, we’d say consumers want a phone that can do something they haven’t seen before instead of basically Android with a slightly nicer UI, a tenth of the apps and no Flash. But then again,what do we know, the only thing we’re CEOs of is our couch. Take a look and our article on Android vs iPhone to see which smartphone and mobile platform is best for you.
Source AllThingsDFiled Under: Mobile Phone News, Technology News