In a phone interview with Dan Patterson, Todd Moore and Gina Smith of aNewDomain, Apple’s co-founder Steve Wozniak has expressed his thoughts on Windows Phone.
He seems to be quite impressed with Windows Phone user interface and favored the Windows Phone’s “looks and beauty” over Android.
He found the Windows Phone user interface to be more intuitive than the Android phone. He felt Android’s user interface was much more cumbersome.
He also admits that he was quite shocked to see that every screen on the Windows Phone was more beautiful than apps on the Android and Apple’s iOS. However, he does miss the voice control features available on the iPhone and Android.
He also goes on to say that the iPhone felt “more awkward” than the Lumia phone he was using, which felt like “he was with a friend not a tool”.
He also noted that Android was no contest, but still loved his iPhone, in fact he uses two iPhone 4S as his default phones, as it has the apps that had become part of his life, whereas Windows Phone doesn’t have that many apps yet.
You can listen to the interview by clicking on the play button below:
It’s always great to hear from Woz, especially when he talks mobile. Earlier in the year, Apple’s co-founder Steve Wozniak in an interview with Dan Lyons had said that though the iPhone was the best overall smartphone, Android had leapt ahead in some areas.