01/12/2020

What makes a cellphone smartphone ? Whats the difference between android and symbian ?

Question by SomeoneYouDontKnow: What makes a cellphone smartphone ? Whats the difference between android and symbian ?
What are the differences between OS’s ? Why android is the one most of the people want instead of symbian, blackberry, windows ? Why android is the top seller ? What makes android better than the others ? Thanks icon biggrin What makes a cellphone smartphone ? Whats the difference between android and symbian ?

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Answer by Kevin Frausto
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  1. mahesh Murali says:

    the difference between cell phone and smartphone,is like difference b/w a t.v and computer.you can watch movie and play songs in both but a computer does a lot more like apps,games,softwares etc.
    WHY PEOPLE PREFER ANDROID?
    there are reasons
    1.lot of phones and makers to choose from.
    2.lot of games ,apps
    3.open source os,ie;anyone can use/develop it.symbian is a property of nokia alone.
    4.misconception and marketing.
    5.android is poor mans iphone.
    6.nokia giving priority to windows more than symbian.
    7.symbian is a better os,for devs,and for smartphones,its ux/eye candy factor was not that great but nokia is improving it.

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