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Calidude
Aug 7, 2012, 12:31 PM
What would you be interested in if you couldn't go iOS or Android?

It's up to you to do your research on these other OS's and pick what you'd like.

Call it "broadening your horizons". ;)



sakau2007
Aug 7, 2012, 12:58 PM
What would you be interested in if you couldn't go iOS or Android?

It's up to you to do your research on these other OS's and pick what you'd like.

Call it "broadening your horizons". ;)

Windows Phone. I don't know much about the others... and if Android/iOS just disappeared, I'm pretty sure Windows Phone would take off.

Calidude
Aug 7, 2012, 01:00 PM
Windows Phone. I don't know much about the others...
Try reading up about them. You might find something you like more than Windows Phone.

cube
Aug 7, 2012, 01:07 PM
If it had removable battery, SD slot and had not been stillborned, I would have probably bought Meego instead of Android.

Jessica Lares
Aug 7, 2012, 01:09 PM
Window Phone. I REALLY like the interface.

Calidude
Aug 7, 2012, 01:10 PM
If it had removable battery, SD slot and had not been stillborned, I would have probably bought Meego instead of Android.
Microsoft really screwed us with their Nokia coup.

SurferMan
Aug 7, 2012, 01:19 PM
Windows easily

sakau2007
Aug 7, 2012, 01:30 PM
Try reading up about them. You might find something you like more than Windows Phone.

Yeah, maybe, but I doubt it.

It's 2012. The most important factor in buying a smartphone, for me, is that it plays nice with my files and devices, and also with my friends' devices.

Part of why I don't leave iOS is because all my close friends have iPhones and they all work really well together. One of my friends switched to Android and it caused some communication issues. I can't think of anything the Androids (or any other platform) can do that would make it worth the headaches that would come about when communicating with friends.

And after all, I have a phone to communicate.

Calidude
Aug 7, 2012, 02:13 PM
One of my friends switched to Android and it caused some communication issues.
Such as?

sakau2007
Aug 7, 2012, 02:16 PM
Such as?

It broke our iMessage thread for a while.

A few apps which we play together and compete against one another are not in the Android marketplace. Those that are don't use Game Center.

No Find My Friends (this is big).

A few other miscellaneous things.

Dontazemebro
Aug 7, 2012, 03:17 PM
Yeah, maybe, but I doubt it.

It's 2012. The most important factor in buying a smartphone, for me, is that it plays nice with my files and devices, and also with my friends' devices.

Part of why I don't leave iOS is because all my close friends have iPhones and they all work really well together. One of my friends switched to Android and it caused some communication issues. I can't think of anything the Androids (or any other platform) can do that would make it worth the headaches that would come about when communicating with friends.

And after all, I have a phone to communicate.

Just curious but how old are you?

acosmichippo
Aug 7, 2012, 03:26 PM
How are we supposed to choose between products that haven't been released yet?

If iOS and Android disappeared today, WinMo7 is really the only viable smartphone option. But If I had to do that, I'd strongly consider going back to a dumbphone and saving the ~$30/month data plan.

cynics
Aug 7, 2012, 05:00 PM
Such as?

You didn't quote me but I have a single friend with Android while the rest of us have iPhones.

The only annoying thing is group messaging. Even with go SMS pro he still has issues in large groups esp when it comes to pictures in the groups.

I'm pro Android all the way but I wish he'd just get an iPhone. He has an S2.

To answer the op, I'd get a windows phone. I'm liking the direction they are going.

hobo.hopkins
Aug 7, 2012, 05:26 PM
Windows phone, undoubtedly. At least it has the backing of a relatively stable (or more appropriately stated: stalwart) company.

irDigital0l
Aug 7, 2012, 05:27 PM
Windows...

if no windows I'll go back to using a 'dumb phone'

never will I touch BlackBerry lol

sentinelsx
Aug 7, 2012, 05:33 PM
Windows phone 8 in a heartbeat.

My galaxy S3 is a beast, but a windows phone still beats it easily in overall UI fluidity. My iPhone would also stutter after months of use but my brother's lumia 800 shows no signs of slowdowns at all.

Calidude
Aug 7, 2012, 08:48 PM
Windows phone 8 in a heartbeat.

My galaxy S3 is a beast, but a windows phone still beats it easily in overall UI fluidity. My iPhone would also stutter after months of use but my brother's lumia 800 shows no signs of slowdowns at all.
Not really a big surprise considering that WP7.5 is much less further along in features than iOS.

B777Forevar
Aug 8, 2012, 10:52 AM
BB10

I just have a soft spot for RIM.

rugbygangster
Aug 11, 2012, 02:13 PM
Have you seen Firefox OS? It's very promising, it's open source and it's HTML5!

scott craft
Aug 11, 2012, 03:15 PM
Not really a big surprise considering that WP7.5 is much less further along in features than iOS.

Do you think WP8 will maintain the current level of fluidity that WP7/7.5 have once more features and dual core hardware is added?

ChazUK
Aug 11, 2012, 03:30 PM
WP8 without a doubt.

Calidude
Aug 11, 2012, 05:35 PM
Do you think WP8 will maintain the current level of fluidity that WP7/7.5 have once more features and dual core hardware is added?
Obviously.

Carl Sagan
Aug 11, 2012, 05:37 PM
Windows Phone without a second thought...

psykick5
Aug 11, 2012, 06:08 PM
Windows Phone is really good it just needs time to be refined and perfected just like the other two. Give it another year.

Zach Vega
Aug 11, 2012, 06:16 PM
WP8. I (somewhat) like the interface.

fox10078
Aug 11, 2012, 09:24 PM
Tizen, hopefully it will be close to meego. I really wanted that to take off, F Steve Elop

SprSynJn
Aug 11, 2012, 09:28 PM
If I couldn't use iOS, I'd stay with my standard phone. I doubt I'd attempt to use Android again nor would I try any other smartphone I'm pretty sure. Then again, standard phones here in Japan are really something.

Zaft
Aug 11, 2012, 09:40 PM
What would you be interested in if you couldn't go iOS or Android?

It's up to you to do your research on these other OS's and pick what you'd like.

Call it "broadening your horizons". ;)

I would say windows phone

Vegastouch
Aug 11, 2012, 11:19 PM
Definitely Windows. I can read all i want about the others but using them is entirely different and we cant do that yet, though Frefox sounds interesting. Dont care about BB.

dkersten
Aug 11, 2012, 11:21 PM
Most likely WP8, although I want to see what BB 10 brings to the table

sentinelsx
Aug 12, 2012, 04:53 AM
Not really a big surprise considering that WP7.5 is much less further along in features than iOS.

Actually, not too less. And with WP8 and much better hardware you get to enjoy all the new features with the same fluidity.

I also find it interesting that you open a poll for an alternate OS and use it to berate WP at every given opportunity. If it had the app availability improved and iOS style multi tasking for all 3rd party apps implemented already, i probably would already be using one as a daily driver instead of android.

SpyderBite
Aug 12, 2012, 05:28 AM
If there were no iOS or Android devices, I'm sure there would be at least one if not two or more other alternatives out there besides window 8 mobile. Since those options are imaginary it would be impossible to choose.

If we're talking about only the remaining existing mobile solutions, I suspect I'd still be on a Blackberry instead of my iPhone,

Calidude
Aug 12, 2012, 01:57 PM
Actually, not too less. And with WP8 and much better hardware you get to enjoy all the new features with the same fluidity.

I also find it interesting that you open a poll for an alternate OS and use it to berate WP at every given opportunity. If it had the app availability improved and iOS style multi tasking for all 3rd party apps implemented already, i probably would already be using one as a daily driver instead of android.
I only said one thing about it in this thread, and even you admit that I'm correct about what I said. Get off your high horse.

Starfighter
Aug 12, 2012, 02:43 PM
Firefox OS hands down. Open source/HTML5? I just might get this when it comes out regardless of other OS's statuses.

Calidude
Aug 12, 2012, 02:47 PM
Firefox OS hands down. Open source/HTML5? I just might get this when it comes out regardless of other OS's statuses.
Tizen fits that category as well.

Starfighter
Aug 12, 2012, 02:56 PM
Tizen fits that category as well.

Hey, you're right! I should have given all the alternatives a good search as you suggested earlier in the thread - I was so eager to express my thoughts on the Firefox OS since that's the one "alternative" OS I had heard of and are currently looking forward to. Now I have more on my table to play with it seems! :) I will be sure to keep an eye on Tizen as it progresses as well.

sentinelsx
Aug 13, 2012, 04:22 AM
I only said one thing about it in this thread, and even you admit that I'm correct about what I said. Get off your high horse.


Nope. I only mentioned apps. Feature wise i feel WP7.5 was almost already there, WP8 just makes it close the gap once and for all.

ImperialPenguin
Aug 13, 2012, 10:14 AM
If there were no iOS and Android phones, I'd be hoping that WebOS made a comeback and was put on a decent device. WebOS is still my favorite OS out of all the mobile operating systems I've tried. Granted I've only played with WP7, Blackberry's QNX, and Bada in development simulators.
Just the videos I've seen of Bada make it look like a nice Android-like OS. But it's not available in the US right now. Which I'm sure would be a different story if Android wasn't here. Samsung would certainly be pushing their own OS over here more in that case.

Hastings101
Aug 14, 2012, 01:52 AM
None of them really, Windows Phone 8 is the lesser of all the evils I guess lol. I'm not happy with any of the current mobile OS offerings :o

Calidude
Aug 14, 2012, 03:08 AM
Looks like Windows Phone is the clear winner in this poll, but I can't help but feel that people chose it simply because of it's 3rd position as an advanced touchscreen OS. I'd say that even Blackberry 10 may outshine it in overall performance and functionality unless WP8 brings its A-game.

I really, really don't like how Windows Phone looks or feels. I feel like I'm playing with a shopping mall touchscreen trying to sell me something instead of using a phone.

I really wish Meego had been the force behind Nokia's phones. I really wanted Android to have an open-source competitor instead of iOS having a closed-source competitor.

jeffe
Aug 14, 2012, 03:16 AM
Yeah, maybe, but I doubt it.

It's 2012. The most important factor in buying a smartphone, for me, is that it plays nice with my files and devices, and also with my friends' devices.

Part of why I don't leave iOS is because all my close friends have iPhones and they all work really well together. One of my friends switched to Android and it caused some communication issues. I can't think of anything the Androids (or any other platform) can do that would make it worth the headaches that would come about when communicating with friends.

And after all, I have a phone to communicate.

This inability to get away from the iOS ecosystem w/o causing systematic issues is one of my main reasons for staying away from iOS.

Anyways, I'd be interested in Windows. The windows 8 laptop/tablet thing looks pretty awesome to me.

Calidude
Aug 14, 2012, 03:28 AM
This inability to get away from the iOS ecosystem w/o causing systematic issues is one of my main reasons for staying away from iOS.

Only if you actually pay for more than your phone, and I mean more than just silly 99 cent apps.

SlCKB0Y
Aug 14, 2012, 10:07 PM
Windows Phone is really good it just needs time to be refined and perfected just like the other two. Give it another year.

Give it another year? Windows Phone was ridiculously late to the party when Windows 7 came out more than 2 years ago! It's already over...

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Looks like Windows Phone is the clear winner in this poll

What did you expect from this poll? I could have told you the outcome before you even published it.

You've basically said we can't be with the two supermodels so choose the fat chick that repulses you the least...

Vegastouch
Aug 15, 2012, 12:50 AM
Give it another year? Windows Phone was ridiculously late to the party when Windows 7 came out more than 2 years ago! It's already over...

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What did you expect from this poll? I could have told you the outcome before you even published it.

You've basically said we can't be with the two supermodels so choose the fat chick that repulses you the least...

OK, you dont like Windows phones. I think they are pretty good. Being early to the party isnt helping RIM now is it :rolleyes:

SlCKB0Y
Aug 15, 2012, 01:08 AM
OK, you dont like Windows phones. I think they are pretty good. Being early to the party isnt helping RIM now is it :rolleyes:

I meant in terms of reaction time once Apple brought out the iPhone. RIM were arrogant about their dominance and Microsoft were asleep at the wheel.

Let me clarify what I meant regarding the outcome of the Poll. I could have told him the outcome before it was posted because out of all the options he listed, WP is the only viable option... of course it was going to win.

The others listed are either dying, prerelease or niche.

I honestly think that regardless of how good WP8 ends up being, they are just too late. Both iOS6 and Jelly Bean are fantastic releases and a lot of people have a lot of time, learning and money already sunk into these two ecosystems.

Also, I think Microsoft have totally lost the plot. Forget for a moment that they are forcing us home users to use a tablet interface on our desktops with currently no 1st party option to return things to they current setup but they are forcing this on their corporate users?!?!

That's not the best part, for server the option is to either run a tablet interface or otherwise force people to use server core which is even less user friendly than the Linux command line.

Given that Windows 7 was probably their best consumer release ever, it's amazing what is going on after just 3 short years.

Vegastouch
Aug 15, 2012, 01:33 AM
I meant in terms of reaction time once Apple brought out the iPhone. RIM were arrogant about their dominance and Microsoft were asleep at the wheel.

Let me clarify what I meant regarding the outcome of the Poll. I could have told him the outcome before it was posted because out of all the options he listed, WP is the only viable option... of course it was going to win.

The others listed are either dying, prerelease or niche.

I honestly think that regardless of how good WP8 ends up being, they are just too late. Both iOS6 and Jelly Bean are fantastic releases and a lot of people have a lot of time, learning and money already sunk into these two ecosystems.

Also, I think Microsoft have totally lost the plot. Forget for a moment that they are forcing us home users to use a tablet interface on our desktops with currently no 1st party option to return things to they current setup but they are forcing this on their corporate users?!?!

That's not the best part, for server the option is to either run a tablet interface or otherwise force people to use server core which is even less user friendly than the Linux command line.

Given that Windows 7 was probably their best consumer release ever, it's amazing what is going on after just 3 short years.

I agree and a couple others do look promising but thy arent out yet and when they are, i wont buy the first ones out.

Windows will get better and they have a place in the market.

RocketRed
Aug 15, 2012, 01:42 AM
if i couldn't use iOS or Android, I'd go back to using a dumbphone. Specifically a Japanese flip phone.

Calidude
Aug 15, 2012, 02:00 AM
Let me clarify what I meant regarding the outcome of the Poll. I could have told him the outcome before it was posted because out of all the options he listed, WP is the only viable option... of course it was going to win..
Blackberry is more viable than WP right now with 10% of the market compared to WP's 3%, and once BB gets a good touch interface, Windows Phone will be in big trouble. Tizen has strong backing behind it, and Firefox OS is probably the biggest dark horse in this race.

SlCKB0Y
Aug 15, 2012, 04:09 AM
Blackberry is more viable than WP right now with 10% of the market compared to WP's 3%, and once BB gets a good touch interface, Windows Phone will be in big trouble. Tizen has strong backing behind it, and Firefox OS is probably the biggest dark horse in this race.

Whilst 10% might be accurate in terms of total handsets sold over the years including legacy ones floating around it certainly isn't accurate in terms of quarter to quarter shares. According to IDC Blackberry accounted for less than 5% of smartphone handsets shipped last quarter and this is still in decline.

Source: http://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=prUS23638712

Tizen doesn't yet have a product and Meego/Moblin/Maemo haven't done anything to this point so there is no reason to believe a frankenstein-like mashup of them will do much in smartphones either.

Firefox OS currently seems like nothing more than research or some academic project. It's a non-product looking for a market which I don't think exists.

Don't get me wrong, the more players the healthier the system but with iOS and Android accounting for 85% of smartphone shipped last quarter it just seems like too strong a duopoly to break.

SBik2
Aug 15, 2012, 07:58 AM
If Palm wouldn't have gone under and WebOS was still heavily worked on, then it'd have to be WebOS. The little time I spent with it left a decent impression. But since that isn't a viable option, I guess it'd have to be WP8.

Calidude
Aug 15, 2012, 08:06 AM
Whilst 10% might be accurate in terms of total handsets sold over the years including legacy ones floating around it certainly isn't accurate in terms of quarter to quarter shares. According to IDC Blackberry accounted for less than 5% of smartphone handsets shipped last quarter and this is still in decline.

Source: http://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=prUS23638712
Yeah, because Blackberry has no touch interface comparable to iOS. People don't want what RIM is currently offering, but they do want something like you see in this video.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gzof2I9pj0A

When this comes out, Blackberry will stop its decline and then start to peck away at Windows Phone. You can't just say RIM will fail, because RIM isn't even in the game yet, but it will be, when Blackberry 10 comes out.

Tizen doesn't yet have a product and Meego/Moblin/Maemo haven't done anything to this point so there is no reason to believe a frankenstein-like mashup of them will do much in smartphones either.
People out there are DYING for an open source alternative to Android. This one is backed by the Linux foundation so when it comes out, you'll see it steal Android users, bit by bit, slowly but surely.

Firefox OS currently seems like nothing more than research or some academic project. It's a non-product looking for a market which I don't think exists.
Oh yes, it does exist. It's called the "people who don't trust Google or Apple or Microsoft" market. This OS will definitely grab some people away from Android as well as people who are currently too paranoid to buy a smartphone because of the corporations involved.

Don't get me wrong, the more players the healthier the system but with iOS and Android accounting for 85% of smartphone shipped last quarter it just seems like too strong a duopoly to break.
I'd argue that there hasn't really been any competition to begin with. Windows Phone is the only real competitor and that phone's interface doesn't even seem like a good alternative to most people. Once all the OS's you see in my poll reach the market, you'll see that 85% start to move around, along with the other 15%.

VulchR
Aug 15, 2012, 09:38 AM
I am content with iOS, but Tizen sounds interesting to me. I am wary of Google, and hence Android. If there were an alternative open-source mobile OS that didn't have Google's tentacles wrapped around it, it might be worth a look.

sentinelsx
Aug 15, 2012, 11:44 AM
People out there are DYING for an open source alternative to Android. This one is backed by the Linux foundation so when it comes out, you'll see it steal Android users, bit by bit, slowly but surely.




The one thing that ticks me off about Tizen is how samsung has managed to touchwiz that too. Ugh.

cube
Aug 15, 2012, 11:54 AM
BB10 supports Android and Qt apps.

On the other hand, there are a lot of shills on the internet spinning WP.

Calidude
Aug 21, 2012, 12:30 AM
The one thing that ticks me off about Tizen is how samsung has managed to touchwiz that too. Ugh.
Eh, I'm sure it won't look exactly like Touchwiz, and besides, there's nothing simpler than Touchwiz other than iOS.

Fernandez21
Aug 21, 2012, 12:39 AM
BB10 or webos if someone picked that up.

sentinelsx
Aug 21, 2012, 06:21 PM
Eh, I'm sure it won't look exactly like Touchwiz, and besides, there's nothing simpler than Touchwiz other than iOS.

I am not sure about simpler, but it ranks high on the ugly factor for me. Tizen so far looks quite close.

Calidude
Aug 21, 2012, 09:59 PM
I am not sure about simpler, but it ranks high on the ugly factor for me. Tizen so far looks quite close.
Tizen actually looks like Touchwiz, Android 4.0 stock and iOS were mashed into one. It looks pretty decent. I would definitely use it over Windows Phone's interface, that's for sure. When the final version ships I think a lot of people will adopt it to get away from Google, except for the consumer sheep out there.

anonymouslurker
Aug 21, 2012, 10:33 PM
webOS, hands down.

The OS was way ahead of its time, had awesome multitasking and notifications, and has had a number of its features end up in android and iOS.

If the application selection had kept up anywhere near android and iOS, I'd still be using it on my phone too, instead of just on my Touchpad.

Open webOS should be even better, with a community behind it making improvements.

sentinelsx
Aug 21, 2012, 10:33 PM
Tizen actually looks like Touchwiz, Android 4.0 stock and iOS were mashed into one. It looks pretty decent. I would definitely use it over Windows Phone's interface, that's for sure. When the final version ships I think a lot of people will adopt it to get away from Google, except for the consumer sheep out there.

I also think it is sort of a backup plan for Samsung, but i am not sure what is intel trying to achieve with their x86 plans for android at the same time as tizen. HTML5 does seem to offer a decent future, but it will also have competition from Boot2Gecko etc.

Anyhow, the first device will probably come out next year so we have to contend ourselves with iOS/android/WP for another year i guess. May be RIM will get their BB10 ready in time to offer a healthy choice from current options. One can hope.

Calidude
Aug 21, 2012, 10:51 PM
webOS, hands down.
I personally think that Samsung should have bought WebOS for a low price and merged it into their Bada platform, which is now being merged into Tizen.

Imagine if Tizen had inherited everything that WebOS had and then continued to receive development from the open source community that way. It would have made Tizen an absolute powerhouse.

Right now, WebOS probably has the best chance of dying outright. There's no room for a 6th platform with no official company support.

anonymouslurker
Aug 21, 2012, 10:55 PM
Right now, WebOS probably has the best chance of dying outright. There's no room for a 6th platform with no official company support.

Breaks my heart, but you're absolutely right.

skunnykart
Aug 22, 2012, 12:46 AM
BB10

I just have a soft spot for RIM.

WebOS for me.
I cried when Palm folded.

Hope RIM bounces back with BB10.

Grolubao
Aug 22, 2012, 01:36 AM
A friend of mine just bought a Zte Tania Windows Phone for 150. It has a good screen resolution, 5mp camera, 4gb storage which is more than enough for casual use, and I was surprised by Windows Phone being so fluid and most of the apps, if not all of them are in the Windows Marketplace.

Of course, you will not get the same amount of games, etc, mas overall everything is in the Windows Marketplace.

That god me thinking... So for 150 I get a really fluid OS (comparable to iOs), good camera, nice size 4.3", good resolution for 400 less than what I paid for my iPhone...

For the same price you get a Gingerbread Android which we all now it's not exactly the most fluid Os ever.

ChazUK
Aug 22, 2012, 01:51 AM
A friend of mine just bought a Zte Tania Windows Phone for 150.

There are some amazing deals on the pre-paid and sim free WP7 handsets.

The Lumia 710 is only 99 contract free in the CarphoneWarehouse over here.
http://www.carphonewarehouse.com/mobiles/mobile-phones/NOKIA-LUMIA-710

As of now at xe.com:
99.00 GBP = 125.399 EUR
99.00 GBP = 156.243 USD

Unbeatable value for a surprisingly good piece of kit!

Grolubao
Aug 22, 2012, 03:32 AM
There are some amazing deals on the pre-paid and sim free WP7 handsets.

The Lumia 710 is only 99 contract free in the CarphoneWarehouse over here.
http://www.carphonewarehouse.com/mobiles/mobile-phones/NOKIA-LUMIA-710

As of now at xe.com:
99.00 GBP = 125.399 EUR
99.00 GBP = 156.243 USD

Unbeatable value for a surprisingly good piece of kit!

Exactly! I really think Windows Phone has a real value in the low end market, where Android is really poor with it's outdated OS.

I agree, I wouldn't give 500 for a Windows Phone, seems to much, but in the low end it's great specs and great OS.

Calidude
Aug 22, 2012, 03:39 AM
Unbeatable value for a surprisingly good piece of kit!
It costs that little because essentially, you're buying a discontinued product that can never be upgraded.

Grolubao
Aug 22, 2012, 04:23 AM
It costs that little because essentially, you're buying a discontinued product that can never be upgraded.

What are the options? Samsung Galaxy mini with Gingerbread? Sure, I can try to find a Ice cream sandwich rom that will fit, but c'mon... in fact it's the same

clark85
Aug 22, 2012, 05:58 AM
it's pretty obvious that windows phones are out of the race already...I've found an intresting grafic about the use of windows phones (http://www.statista.com/statistics/232796/forecast-of-microsoft-users-in-the-us/)..actually this page has a lot of iphone stats (http://www.statista.com/topics/870/iphone/) too...

Calidude
Aug 22, 2012, 02:36 PM
it's pretty obvious that windows phones are out of the race already...I've found an intresting grafic about the use of windows phones (http://www.statista.com/statistics/232796/forecast-of-microsoft-users-in-the-us/)..actually this page has a lot of iphone stats (http://www.statista.com/topics/870/iphone/) too...
Microsoft won't allow Windows Phone to be out of the race. They'll just keep funneling that Android money into it until they force it to be popular.

Carl Sagan
Aug 22, 2012, 02:45 PM
Windows phone. In fact unless Apple doesn't pull there finger out with ios7 I'm moving to it.

SurferMan
Aug 22, 2012, 04:22 PM
I personally think that Samsung should have bought WebOS for a low price and merged it into their Bada platform, which is now being merged into Tizen.

Imagine if Tizen had inherited everything that WebOS had and then continued to receive development from the open source community that way. It would have made Tizen an absolute powerhouse.

Right now, WebOS probably has the best chance of dying outright. There's no room for a 6th platform with no official company support.agree

ChristianJapan
Aug 22, 2012, 06:15 PM
The next logical variant to play with would be Windows 8 for me; beside being be hopeless Apple Fanboy I guess I will get a Windows 8 Tablet just to play with and "learn".