Mobile OS Comparison:
From the Consumer Perspective




Michelle Lentz, Write Technology & Panstoria
Sample Phones Provided By
Verizon
   LG Ally (Android)
   HTC Incredible (Android with Sense UI)
   Blackberry Storm 2
...
What OS do you have?
Operating System Choices
 Each OS offers different features
 Hardware differs, OS might stay the
  same
 What are you m...
Common Denominator
Apps
 Apple App Store – leader in the field
 Android Marketplace
 Blackberry App World
 Windows Mobile
 Palm App Store
iPhone and iOS 4
   ~14%
    marketshare
   “Started it all”
   200,000 apps
   No flash
New iPhone OS 4
Apple App Store:
the ONLY place to get your iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch
apps
Android 2.1
   Growing
    marketshare (3%
    last year, already
    10% in 2010)
   Currently outselling
    iPhone
 ...
Android Marketplace
- not restricted to store
Blackberry
   Largest marketshare
    (20%)
   Traditional smartphone
   First “big” smartphone
   OS 4.6
   No Flash...
Blackberry Apps –
not restricted to store
Palm WebOS
   Palm now HP
   Big hype, little
    impact
   Elegant OS
   Quality apps but
    few in number,
    fewe...
Palm Plus: Wireless Hotspot
Windows Mobile
   Current OS is Windows 6.5
    – 7.0 launching late 2010
   Excellent enterprise
    integration
   MS...
http://windows7.iyogi.net/news/windows-
mobile-7-scheduled-to-launch-in-late-2010
iOS 4 (iPhone) vs Android 2.1
iPhone vs Android vs Palm
Thank you!
Slides will be available at
 http://www.slideshare.net/writetech

Michelle Lentz
michelle@write-tech.com
http:/...
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Mobile OS Comparison: Consumer Perspective

  1. 1. Mobile OS Comparison: From the Consumer Perspective Michelle Lentz, Write Technology & Panstoria
  2. 2. Sample Phones Provided By Verizon  LG Ally (Android)  HTC Incredible (Android with Sense UI)  Blackberry Storm 2  Palm Pixi Plus (WebOS)  Palm Pre Plus (WebOS) T-Mobile  HTC HD2 (Windows Mobile)  Samsung Galaxy (Android)
  3. 3. What OS do you have?
  4. 4. Operating System Choices  Each OS offers different features  Hardware differs, OS might stay the same  What are you most comfortable with?  What apps do you require and where do you need to access them?
  5. 5. Common Denominator
  6. 6. Apps  Apple App Store – leader in the field  Android Marketplace  Blackberry App World  Windows Mobile  Palm App Store
  7. 7. iPhone and iOS 4  ~14% marketshare  “Started it all”  200,000 apps  No flash
  8. 8. New iPhone OS 4
  9. 9. Apple App Store: the ONLY place to get your iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch apps
  10. 10. Android 2.1  Growing marketshare (3% last year, already 10% in 2010)  Currently outselling iPhone  50,000 apps & growing  Flash on coming- soon 2.2  Open source
  11. 11. Android Marketplace - not restricted to store
  12. 12. Blackberry  Largest marketshare (20%)  Traditional smartphone  First “big” smartphone  OS 4.6  No Flash  Storm 2 has touchscreen
  13. 13. Blackberry Apps – not restricted to store
  14. 14. Palm WebOS  Palm now HP  Big hype, little impact  Elegant OS  Quality apps but few in number, fewer that are free  2 phones, 2 carriers
  15. 15. Palm Plus: Wireless Hotspot
  16. 16. Windows Mobile  Current OS is Windows 6.5 – 7.0 launching late 2010  Excellent enterprise integration  MS Office actually on the phone  Growing app selection  Flash support
  17. 17. http://windows7.iyogi.net/news/windows- mobile-7-scheduled-to-launch-in-late-2010
  18. 18. iOS 4 (iPhone) vs Android 2.1
  19. 19. iPhone vs Android vs Palm
  20. 20. Thank you! Slides will be available at http://www.slideshare.net/writetech Michelle Lentz michelle@write-tech.com http://www.write-tech.com Text “michellel” to 50500 for full contact info

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