The trio has something in common that is there’re both phones they can browse, the internet play games, take photos and make and receive calls.
If they all can do this things why are people saying that Android is better than Java or that Symbian is better than Java? Well it depends on what you want to use your phone on, though they’ve same functionality but there functionality are graded. For example an Android phone has a camera same with a Java phone but an Android’s camera is 10x better than a Java phone in picture quality and clearity. Knowing some features and functions of those phones will help a lot
* Camera: Android is better when it comes to taking pictures
* Browsing: When it comes to real internet experience android smartphones are top.
Economy: Many Android users in many parts of the world are required to subscribe to a data plan in other to browse if you don’t, try to use your normal airtime to browse it will finish once it’s connected no matter how much you have, while with both Java and Symbian it’s not so you can browse with your regular airtime (credit).
The big question to ask yourself is what do I want in a phone? Do I want super fast surfing experience, great gaming on mobile, good picture quality in case of photos and videos? Or do I want everything average- the phone must come equiped with a everything that’s common with phones like camera, music player, applications, costs etc then you’ll know which one to pick.
In case you’re wondering what Java, Symbian and Android phones are, this examples will help you know- Some Nokia X series like x2 05, Asha series and other feature phones are examples of Java phones. Symbians phones include Nokia x2 00 and other Nokia products that has mini button (minimization button). Examples of Android phones are many Techno phones like Techno D7 and others. For more on this and how to know any type of phone when you see it read what makes a phone a phone