Wednesday, September 17, 2008

iPhone, Android and Windows Mobile

It is getting very crowed in mobile phone. iPhone from Apple is mainly for hight-end users. It is very existing mobile phone. However, it has some limitations. For example, you can only run one application at one time and limited openness in iPhone SDK APIs.

Google announced Android early this year, and formed Open Handset Alliance a group of more than 30 technology and mobile companies. It is based on Java framework. It supports multi-processes and is expected to be run over a wide range of handsets from 12 keypads low-end ones to high-end ones. The first mobile phone supporting Android is coming in just a few weeks time.

Microsoft also put a lots of investment and efforts on Windows Mobile and a few mobile companies have already used it.

I think early next year we will see more interesting mobile phones with great applications available on the market!