Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 24th Sep 2010 23:20 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless Well, this certainly isn't particularly surprising. The rising popularity of Android leaves more victims in its wake than just Windows Mobile. Sony Ericsson, one of the major manufacturers of Symbian phones (other than Nokia) has just announced it will pretty much abandon the platform to focus entirely on Android - leaving Nokia as the sole person cheering for team Symbian.
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Google seems to have made it clear that Android 3 is for higher end phones only. If your phone doesn't have a large screen, powerful CPU and lots or RAM, Google won't certify it as an Android 3 phone. However SE have lots of smaller cheaper phones in their lineup. I wonder if this means they are completely getting out of the low end market or if they have some other OS up their sleeve.

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[...]or if they have some other OS up their sleeve.

They have.
It's Android 1.6 :-P

Edited 2010-09-25 14:37 UTC

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