I think Android will win over a lot of smaller companies that tend to operate more lean & mean and who can see some real savings & efficiencies with Android. To some extent, I suspect we've seen some of that with the IPhone.
The other thing that could really boost Android is google voice improving it's transcribed voice mails. I love that my GVmails get pushed to my gmail and I can quickly read what was said. Problem is you can only get the gist of what is said about 50% of the time. When it works as intended it's a thing of beauty.
Swype is pretty easy to use and very good. I really see no need for a physical keyboard. Besides, once voice-to-text gets a bit faster and more accurate (and it's pretty good now), how hard could it be to get people to switch?
Voice-to-text will soon be the bain of many corporate underlings. Just imagine when your boss discovers how easy it is to shoot you voice memos.