Top 5 Mobile Phones Operating Systems(infographics)

The Mobile phones operating systems is the software platform which can run on mobile is also called a mobile is designed to run on mobile devices such as mobile phones, smartphones, tablet and other handheld devices.There are different types of Mobile operating Systems include Apple iOS, Google Android, BlackBerry OS, Nokia’s Symbian, and Microsoft’s Windows Phone OS.

Mobile Phones Operating Systems

Top 5 Mobile Phones Operating Systems

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Apple iOS

ios is a mobile operating system developed by apple inc in 29thJune 2007.this operating system is based on the macintosh os x iOS has been used in all iPhones, iPod & iPad.It is also known as the iphone os.

Apple iOS

Android os

Android is one of the top operating systems.Android is oprating system developed by google.This operating system is based on the linux .It is a free open source software.Samsung, HTC, micromax, Motorola and many other top manufacturers are using Android in their devices.

Android os

windows os :

Windows OS is proprietary mobile operating system developed by microsoft for smartphone.It was very popular among people who were used to it.Windows os provide colorful and user-friendly interface so currently in demand all over the world.

windows os

Blackberry OS

Blackberry OS is developed by rim in 1999.RIM has developed this operating system smartphones.Some of the smartphones operating on Blackberry OS like Blackberry Bold, Blackberry Curve, Blackberry Torch and many more.

Blackberry OS


Samsung has owns an operating system that is known as BADA. It is designed for mid-range and high-end smartphones. Bada is a quiet user-friendly and efficient operating system, like Android.Samsung Wave, Samsung Wave 2 and Samsung Wave 3. are using BADA os in devices.


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Originally published at on November 3, 2015.

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