Android 2.3 Gingerbread vs Windows Phone 7.5
Although both Microsoft and Google have already upgrade their mobile OS with latest version, there is no doubt about the fact that most users are still running on the older version out there. That is why i think that providing an Android 2.3 Gingerbread vs Windows Phone 7.5 comparison is still relevant these days. As you might still remember, but of them come out with major change compared to it’s predecessor. Moving from Android 2.2 Froyo to Android 2.3 Gingerbread was a great experience, the OS packed with better UI and system performance. On the other hand, Microsoft finally manage to make an OS that they want by optimizing touch screen interface with Windows Phone 7.5 Mango. Before that, the Redmond Pie company was receive lot of complain due to lame performance provided by Windows 7 Mobile OS.
So, are you ready to read the big fights? Android 2.3 Gingerbread vs Windows Phone 7.5 Mango? Here we go guys!
Music. One of the most important features that you can expect from an Android handset. Windows Phone 7.5 manage to captivate my interest since it is able to offer complete music solution with Zune Player. This app is quite powerful to manage your music collection, plus it comes in a quite beautiful interface. On the other hand, stock music player on Android 2.3 Gingerbread is way too simple to beat Zune Player at the moment.
Gaming. Windows Phone 7.5 is leaving Android few steps away on this section. Mostly because it is integrated with Microsoft’s Xbox arcade system. There is a special WP app where you can access your gamer tag, socialize with your friends, or even make a new challenge via your handset. On the other side, there is still no such support on Android 2.3 Gingerbread.
Photo Editing. Microsoft manage to provide such function to users via Thumb Photo Editor. As it name implies, you can use it to adjust your photo’s contrast, brightness, etc, using your thumbs! Google is not pack Android 2.3 Gingerbread with such powerful photo editor, but thanks to some great third-party app, you can still do similar task with Android.
User Interface. There is no doubt that Microsoft manage to impress anyone with their unique Metro UI with live tiles. But there’s a catch, you can’t do real mutltitasking. In order to open another app, you need to close the current app that you’re working with. On the other hand, stock UI on Gingerbread are not that beautiful, but you are able to optimize and modify it as you wish. Plus, Android also offer real multitasking capabilities.
Quite though battle right? That is what you get when you compare two great OS. So, Android 2.3 Gingerbread vs Windows Phone 7.5, which one is the winner? Well, judging by the availability of amazing default app, there is no doubt that Windows Phone is the winner here. But since i give more value on multitasking and freedom of modification, Android 2.3 Gingerbread still win my hearts guys!