When Google’s CEO Eric Schmidt delivered his Keynote speech at the ongoing Mobile World Congress show in Barcelona, we had a feeling that Schmidt would touch the Nokia Android partnership topic, and as it turned out we were bang on target.
The Google executive revealed that they tried to convince the Finlanders to join the growing Android robot army. Nokia adopting Android as its future platform was a decision that Google would have dearly loved.
As a matter of fact, Schmidt and co are still open for the partnership. But it doesn’t seem that Nokia isn’t going Android and may be these are the reasons why they won’t go for Google’s open source mobile OS. Or does the rumor of Nokia unleashing an Android phone in 2012 needs to be taken seriously?