AT&T’s CEO loves Windows Phone, thinks Android has security issues

In a recent interview hosted by the Milken Institute AT&T’s CEO Randall Stephenson had some good things to say about Windows Phone and some not so flattering things to say about Android.

While recognizing that they were committed to Android, he said he believed the ecosystem was best served by a number of healthy mobile operating systems  and confirmed he “really loved” his Windows Phone, likely a Nokia Lumia 900, which he had for a month and called robust, solid and exciting.

While calling Windows Phone great he also said Android had work to do regarding enterprise security. 

He also alluded to some exciting things coming this year, by which we hope he means Windows Phone 8, as we suspect very little exciting is coming from Android and he is probably not privy to the new features of iOS.

See the original video here.

Thanks Mark for the tip.

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