Originally Posted by NaitoSan
I guess you aren't following WP7 much. Early next month it's getting copy and paste, performance improvement on games and apps via update. Sometime in the summer, it's getting IE9 with HTML5, Silverlight, and other features. Adobe said Flash is underway for WP7. Also for Apps, it's growing faster everyday and keep it in mind, iPhone or Android experienced same thing when they first launched.
Yeah but it should have launched with all that. How can you compete from the bottom up when the competition is so far ahead. Microsoft had time to see the markets trend and put in all those features prior to launch... Windows Phone 7 was rushed and the consumer is paying for it.
I hope the merger with Nokia helps because I don't see them gaining ground for a LONG time.