Microsoft Executive Claims Windows Phone Breaks iPhone Monotony

Andy Lees, who heads the Windows Phone division at Microsoft, is confident that it’s the perfect time for Windows Phone 7 to gain some ground against its competitors.

Lees criticizes Android for its excessive variety, creating what he views as chaos, and he describes the iPhone 4S as a disappointment that only offers slight enhancements over its predecessors.

Lees praises the newest Mango update for Windows Phone, noting its standardized hardware approach that reduces fragmentation and its innovative user interface that distinguishes it from competitors like Android and iOS.

With a current market share of just 2%, Windows Phone is behind many other platforms, but Lees remains hopeful.

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