There are more options than ever in the world of smartphones, but more options means you have to have more knowledge before making any decisions about which phone is right for you. Now that the end of 2015 is in sight, let’s take a look at which companies won the smartphone battle this year!
When it comes to affordability Android was the big winner. Apple has no interest in making phones for the budget-conscious and Microsoft’s offerings are paltry by comparison. Android is the only platform to have a truly wide range of devices at a variety of price points. Android is also the leader in the number of free apps available, which is the cherry on top.
Android was also ahead of the pack when it came to battery life, customization, and cloud services. The beauty of Android is that it’s designed to run flawlessly on low-end hardware while still packing a punch. Its focus is also geared more toward the consumer than Apple or Microsoft’s devices. This means there’s more variety and better practical aspects.
Apple is still the king of the smartphone world with the iPhone and the App Store. Specifically the App Store, which is by far the most user-friendly and accessible. Apple has also perfected the updating process on its devices, making it simple and straightforward for any level of user. iPhones also have the edge when it comes to security. The company’s fingerprint ID technology is ahead of the competition and is extremely easy to use.
Microsoft’s Windows phones are not the most glamorous option, but they do have the best voice assistant technology in the form of Cortana. However, they have very little else that outweighs the competition’s offerings. All of the phones are extremely easy to use and have all adopted sleek and colorful interfaces. It’s hard to go wrong in the modern age of smartphones.
So who’s the big winner for the year? Android takes the cake. Find out all the reasons why it’s the winner in the full article below!
Read the full article here: Which Smartphone OS Wins 2015? Android Marshmallow Vs. iOS 9 Vs. Windows 10 Mobile