On a more serious note, how sure are you that it is very far away? We've already seen it on the Helios (we can assume there is an exclusive contract for some period of time on that, but it shows the technology exists), and now this blog post from Google Blog: Official Google Blog: Real-world testing
Its about the Windows Mobile version of GMM, here is an interesting quote (emphasis mine).
Like other versions of Google Maps for mobile, with this Windows Mobile version you can find businesses and see real-time traffic updates, along with unique features like contacts integration, GPS support, draggable maps, and tap and hold menus.
If they are already integrating it into the WM version, might it not be far behind for some of the other versions?