You might have missed it but late last month Nokia execs said companies using Android are "peeing in their pants" to keep themselves warm. Now this comes from a company that their best smartphone came out about three years ago (which I owned) and have yet to bring anything relevant to the market since. He also added that Android is just temporary and will not give these companies long term cash flow. This infers that a company like Motorola is not looking into the future, just steady working in the present and when the Android rush is over... They will be too.
Now I am not sure how that makes you feel. We all love Android and are waiting for the next best version to be released with PSN integration (Sony-Ericsson only), but Nokia seems certain about what they are talking about. That statement could mean either two things to you. One, Nokia has something in the works that will rival Android, and or two, they are just too sad about their falling market share that they are taking swing at everyone. Regardless this means Nokia will not be making it to the party, and so my question comes up... Do you really care?
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Old News Via: Cnet