It was only in 2008 that the first Android-powered device was launched, but with the way it has been performing, and how popular it has become among the young and the old, you would think it’s as old as Apple or Windows. This operating system has actually exceeded the expectations of even the geekiest smartphone addicts, which is what has brought us to ask this question: Is the Android better? Why are so many people all over the world making the switch? Today we are going to find out.
What’s great about the Android is the openness and the flexibility it offers its users. With an Android device, you are given the freedom to communicate with other devices without having to worry that it will be compatible with other brands or not. There is no feeling of exclusivity, which is an advantage on so many levels. With an Android, you don’t feel as locked in. You are able to share different data with different devices of different brands. It certainly adds color to the equation.
Competitive Camera Features
Not all Android devices have this of course, but there are a lot out there that offer high Megapixels for amazing clarity. For those who use their phone a great deal in taking photos, this is definitely a big plus as every day, millions of people use their mobile phones to capture moments, then post it to social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter, and Google+, among others. Add camera flash to the cart and you got yourself a winner.
People who want a tablet or a smartphone aren’t as compelled to shell out big bucks when choosing among the myriad of Android devices available in the market these days. Of course, the more expensive units will always be the better choice especially if what you’re looking for is a super-smartphone, or something that can do major multi-tasking all at the same time. But the good news is, with an Android, you are given the chance to experience just how great it is without feeling you need to go over your budget. You also have a wider choice when it comes to the design you are most comfortable with—if you want one with the classic keypad, the QWERTY keyboard, or the more sleek touch screen.
Making a choice over which one is better is clearly a matter of preference. However, it is nice to know that the Android operating system has something to offer to everybody. There are many other reasons why people are making the switch to an Android, and the ones mentioned above are just some of them. It’s not perfect, there’s still a lot of room for improvement, but it has more than made itself clear that this platform can and will only get better.