As far as the smartphone operating system is concerned, both iOS and Android reign supreme, and considering the difference in market share, Blackberry 10 and Windows Phone are a long way from catching up or taking over. Unsurprisingly Nokia’s CEO Stephen Elop remains optimistic and he believes that Windows Phone can become the biggest mobile operating system and that Nokia and Microsoft are working together to make that happen. This was revealed in an interview with Bloomberg where Elop was asking if Windows Phone could be the second biggest OS in the world. With Microsoft and Nokia working together as partners, we guess Elop was somewhat obligated to say that he believes Windows Phone will come out on top.
However with the launch of the Nokia Lumia 920 back in 2012, many carriers and retailers were reporting that the device was selling pretty well, leading us to believe that Windows Phone might have a shot. Unfortunately compared to Android, Windows Phone is not as varied and with the hardware limitations, on paper they do not look as powerful as their iOS or Android competitors. Hopefully that will change in the future, but what do you guys think? Do you see Windows Phone coming out on top in the future?
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