"Some of the changes coming to Android are bug fixes, affecting elements such as e-mail, conversation-list scrolling, and the alarm clock. Several new features are, however, also being added--for example, the ability to save MMS attachments."
OMFG! With such insane features as an alarm clock and saving MMS attachments, I'm surprised we all don't own Android handsets already!
conker, what functionality is blowing your mind with Android that you don't get with your BB?
Originally Posted by conker
The strength of a platform depends on it's community
Windows Mobile has a large community, and yet I don't see them doing any better than RIM.
IMO most consumers buy handsets because (a) they like the form factor and (b) the core functionality meets their needs. Thus, having a large or small community isn't that
important to the average consumer.
At the same time, yes, Palm pulled their OS, however I don't see a lot of consumer handsets offering more functionality than Palm OS did.
To summarise my random thoughts above: nerds don't represent the majority of the market.