Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 2nd May 2012 21:56 UTC
Windows A few days I switched back to Windows Phone 7.5 as my main smartphone operating system. Why? Well, because I can. I like to change things up every now and then, and blessed as I am with an iPhone 3GS (currently pulling duty at my best friend as her portable gaming device), Galaxy SII with CM9, and an HTC HD7, I have the luxury of doing so. Now that I'm back in the neat, tidy, and straight-lined arms of Windows Phone 7 - three long-standing issues really break the illusion, which all come from one source: the networking stack.
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No WP7 does not support more than one core. For that you have to go to WP8, and there is no guarantee that WP7 phones will ever get that upgrade. I agree that the OS is more efficient with limited hardware, but saying that the average customer doesnt care about specs is wrong, I think...I think its easy for someone to look at the little price sheet next to the phone, then compare it to the little sheet next to the other phones...

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