For a top 3 smartphone OS that benefits from the support of lots of manufacturers (not to mention Microsoft itself), Windows Phone is kind of lacking when it comes to offering a great diversity of devices. More exactly, we found that there are 5 types of handsets that you can buy if you’re an Android user, but not if you want Windows Phone to be your smartphone OS. Obviously, there are also some types of Windows Phone devices that can’t be found in the Android universe - but we’ll leave that for later. Right now, let’s take a look at what Windows Phone does not have, hardware-wise.
Feel free to let us know if you think there are other things that Windows Phone doesn’t offer, or if you consider that the points we’re making below aren’t of great importance.
5 types of Android smartphones that don’t have Windows Phone equivalents