Scott Adams, creator of Dilbert, accepted a challenge to try Windows Phone and declared it the winner after pitting it against his old iPhone 3GS and his new Android phone.
You never know .... Dilbert might be bringing a new smartphone to the office.
Scott Adams, creator of hapless office drone Dilbert, on Thursday declared Windows Phone the winner in a head-to-head-to-head battle with his old iPhone 3GS and his new Android device.
A few weeks ago, Adams had complained on his blog about his HTC EVO 3D running Android. Brandon Watson, senior director of Windows Phone Apps, then posted a comment on the site challenging him to try Windows Phone. If Adams didn't think it was better than his other two phones, Watson would donate $1,000 to the charity of Adams's choice. He agreed, and Watson sent him a Samsung Focus running Windows Phone "Mango."
In his recent blog post, Adams announced his verdict: "If you want a smartphone that is easy to use, performs well, has a good battery life, and doesn't frustrate you, the Windows Phone is the best choice of the three options I tested," he wrote.
Here are the posts from Scott's blog:
This is fantastic! I had seen the initial offer from Brandon some time back, but thought the chance of $1000 going to charity, if Scott didn't like the phone, would probably go against the windows phone!
Good to see the results!
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