amdzero the problem you have is that you are comparing your Android to Windows Mobile and not Windows Phone 7
Don't and stop comparing it to a technically out of date OS like Windows Mobile is not even in the same league as Windows Phone 7.
Speed WP7 just as fast as android if not faster.
Zoom in on web sites? old news Wp7 does it as well, now with the update announced see how it compares to iOS it blows it out of thye water.
Gorilla Glass quite a few WP7 devices have it.
Voice command works perfectly, I use it all the time but for now using voice for Bing searches is limited to the US but that will be changeing.
Storage cards issue, now in reality do you actually need to change cards all the time? who can honestly say that they listen, watch and play everything on a 16GB device in a day or even in a week on holiday? people are generally just lazy when it comes to storage on devices, they chuck everything on and then don't play or use most of it from one day to the next.
Now file systems and storage, on WM I used to use file manager all the time, why? because it was basically a mess since having the HD7, in the four months of using the phone every day I've never thought about the need for a file manager.
I would like to add a cutomisable hub to list my apps but that's not the same thing.
The storage card is not supposed to be removed as WP7 only sees a single storage system, how many times in WM and Android do people say the phone has forgotten or can not see the card? on WP7 it's not possible and so like the file manager everything is organised so you don't have to worry about installing an app here or having ringtones there etc.
Now the update will give you copy and paste, multi tasking and for me the best part is office sync with my SkyDrive.
The social aspect of linking Facebook, Twitter etc in one place as standard saves time switching between apps just to get updates just works.
I posted the following in another topic but saves me typng it all again
The People hub gets all your contacts together in one place and it's easy to link Facebook and email account contacts together so you don't have a long list of the same contact over different accounts. Seeing their live status or add something to FB is quick and esy.
Camera, even when the phone is not woken up, just press the camera button for a few seconds and you are ready to take a picture then upload it to SkyDrive or FB in seconds. Photo hub lets you view your photos but can also display your friends images from facbook so you can see what everyone is upto.
Zune for your music and videos not video converting anymore my HD7 just plays what I copy over to it from Zune on the PC plus just charge your device and you can sync with Zune over your home WiFi or by usb cable if you wish.
Zune also enables you to install and view download history, so if you lost your device you have a record of evything you have downloaded and bought.
Most importantly Zune also enables you to backup and restore before applying an update, and you can even roll back if there was a reason to.
Xbox Live got an Xbox at home? take your gamer profile, avatar and friends with you. Compare games and send messages as you would at home plus live games also give you achievements if you are into your gamer score.
Unless you have an Exchange server for Outlook you will need to have a Live account and with Outlook extender you can sync your Outlook with your Live mail account for your phone contacts, email sync.
Bing maps and local search work well, press the search key and type your question and that's it.
All that is standard, no extra apps required to get it working. To get the best you need your Live account and if you do not have one or an Xbox you can set it up from the device, no need to go to your pc first.
You also have Live tiles so if enabled they update and not just sit there as a static icon trying to look pretty, I have installed a twitter app called Beezz witch has a Live tile so you see updates so you can keep on top of the tweets you are following.
There are a few issues and features WP7 need like customising ringtones and bluetooth transfer etc but they will be sorted in time, remember this is technically a first gen device and it's only four months old and growing fast.
Until you can have a proper play with a WP7 device don't dismiss it you are not doing yourself any favours.
As I have said many times before I would not swap my HD7 for anything (unless nokia produce their WP7 device with a decent camera) I tried Android with the Tmobile Pulse and it just did not work out of the box for me I had issues after issues HD7 took minutes to setup and get running at full speed.