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Old 07-10-2010, 02:54 PM   #10
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By virtue of being made by so many manufacturers it is reasonable to see android eventually becoming the largest single mobile os, but no way will it happen in a year, there are plenty of people who like and trust their blackberry and apple products who don't see any reason to switch.

The blogs in particular like to write-off blackberry, but if you want a device that is a better fit for your pocket than most smartphones that does all the communication from voice to im, social networks etc and has a battery that isn't going to run out the same day then a blackberry is tough to beat.

Ironically with the way android has tended to push the specs arms race quite heavily to make up ground, I actually think that some more mainstream devices like the htc wildfire may be the crucial thing for android taking the next step as there is only so many sales at the high end of the market.
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