With the continuous release of innovative smart phones, mobile devices and PC tablets, they are directly associated to the mounting innovation in these particular niches. Technological advancements and developments are creating a need for modern and compact mobile products.
Nielsen, one of the leading research based companies has lately confirmed it after they have conducted a research. The data being collected highlighted that the Smartphone market is exceptionally competitive and this makes the consumers take a new challenge when they are considering opting for their new Smartphone.
There are three leading manufacturers when it comes to the Smartphone market; however, Google’s Android Smartphone has finally taken the lead. According to the new data, the USA consumers prefer buying Android phones as compared to any other Smartphone model on the market. Both the iPhone and Blackberry have been sharing 27 percent market share for the past year whereas Google’s Android presently is holding around 29 percent of the entire U.S. based Smartphone market.
Android is offering its users with a lot more choices; this is something far away from the fairly low-tech Samsung Intercept to the high-end with Motorola Droid Pro. Android offers a large variety of manufacturers as the Operating System can be modified so that the models, features along with the overall user experience completely varies from manufacturer to manufacturer.
Nielsen explains this point that when it is about the producers then Apple winners and RIM, ever since they are the only ones that are creating and selling Smartphones with their respective OS. The company has further added that the HTC’s consumer base has 12% a HTC Android device and 7% own a HTC device running Microsoft OS. At Motorola, it is 10% and 1% of consumers who have Android and Microsoft OS.
For all the techy and gadget fans the wait is almost over as the new is too exciting. The Windows Phone 7 by Microsoft is finally here! However, there is just too much buzz going around about what should be expected. You should not be expecting too high as only the market reviews will be giving a better idea about how the Windows Phone 7 is and is it really “the one” people have been eagerly waiting for.
The most recent gossip is that Samsung, LG, and HTC will be having Windows Phone 7 handset all ready for the launch; all of them have been spotted out while pointing at each other. Omnia 7 by Samsung electronics, which is also known as, GT-i8700 got a little shaded spy shot treatment at Gizmodo. The specifications are not at all clear except the idea that it holds 8 GB of storage in it.
Optimus 7 has 800-by-480 resolutions and a 3.8-inch screen, 16 GB of storage and supports 1500-mAh battery. Other main features include; text-to-speech, sweeping motion while taking panoramic pictures, phone’s screen is 4.3-inch and a 1.3 GHz Snapdragon processor. The HTC Mozart is also there. It has 8 GB of storage, a 3.7-inch display, 1 GHz processor and 8-megapixel camera with Xenon flash.
Moreover, HTC is also launching the HD7 which has 1 GHz processor, 4.3-inch screen, 5-megapixel and camera8 GB of storage. It is pretty evident that HTC’s gadget is going to hit hitting Windows Phone 7 extremely hard.
AT&T is going to be the exclusive launch partner with Microsoft which will start by 8th November. It is expected that T-Mobile will start selling the Windows Phone 7 Smartphone after some time. The AT&T’s lock on Windows Phone 7 handset will be lasting through the holidays which is unclear till now. It is about having more phones and making more carriers available for sure. However, Motorola despite of being sued by Microsoft Corporation for copyright infringement, the co-chief executive, Sanjay Jha said that they are willing to consider this new gadget Windows Phone 7 but only if the software looks acceptable as he has not yet seen it.
On the other hand, Dell is also working over its own handsets of Windows Phone 7 and it seems to be a lot better than the Android phone that was launched by August.
Windows Phone 7 is expected to be adopted slowly however it will be capturing the market of global Smartphone by 9.8 percent by year 2014.