I would also like to see Nokia go android...
The rest of the world doesn't see the Google/Motorola/HTC "monopoly" because it's a purely localized thing.
Seems a bit ignorant and small minded at first. But when you realize the twiterer already knows this, it's really kind of dishonest.
My guess is that Nokia doesn't sell in US not because it's a bad phone , but because the carrier doesn't sell it . See , the carriers from the rest of the world are not so much into selling phones , they are more into providing services . The main carriers in Europe ( Orange , Vodafone , T-Mobile etc ) are all using the same frequencies so you can use any phone you want on any of the carriers . There are stores that sell phones with no affiliation to any of the carriers , those are phones exactly like the manufacturer produces them with no carrier specific modification . In US you buy what the carrier is selling you , you pretty much have no choice . That's why Optimus 2x , Galaxy S , Desire HD , Phone 7 etc, is selling in Europe months before they get to VZ if they ever get here . A lot of great phones don't ever get to US .