quote: If 99.999% of customer's don't care, why has Android a market share of 75%?
quote: If customer's don't care, why has Nokia problems to move its existing customers from Symbian to WP?
quote: Could it be that most of the ex-Symbian users do know what their phone was capable of?
quote: Could it be that the majority of ex-Symbian users don't want an OS with less features?
quote: I think lots of people recognize what an OS can do and what it cannot do.
quote: But no, you think that it is coincidence that the most open smartphone OS has also the biggest market share.
quote: Of course you don't have any proof whatsoever for your twisted argument, troll.
quote: Because that's what the stores and TV ads are pushing.
quote: Because WP essentially doesn't exist yet, and if they have any apps built on Symbian they can't move anyway without redeveloping.
quote: Doubt it. But if they were corporate devices there's a chance that they have an app or two built that can't port without re-development. Not to mention that WP has been a non-starter until now...and maybe still is a non-starter. Time will tell.
quote: Not likely. The *vast* majority of actual individual phone users haven't got the slightest clue about anything you've been ranting about. And they don't care. Their IT department might tell them that they can't have an Android phone because of some custom Symbian app they built, but the user doesn't give 2 sh1ts about it. They just want to play Angry Birds.
quote: ...have you ever stepped outside? Virtually no one who owns a smartphone has the slightest idea what it's capabilities and/or feature set is in any detail at all. Either it can do Twitter and play games, or it can't. That's about all the attention you're going to get from all but a handful of users.
quote: No, it's not a coincidence - the marketplace is flooded with them, there's a wide variety of them available at all kinds of different price points, and they're being pushed hard by all the carriers. Coincidence? Hardly. But it's not because of any technical features of the OS itself. If the market was flooded with WebOS devices, and that's what all the carriers were pushing, that's what people would buy.
quote: Sure I do. Go stand in a mall and ask people as they walk by how often they sideload apps. Or find a need for a file browser. Or...any of the other BS you're ranting about. Essentially no one knows WTF you're talking about, and probably someone would call security on you after a little while when you started foaming at the mouth.