Still, Nokia’s chief executive is committed to Windows Phone and Windows Phone only, and taking the chance to sneak a remark about competing ecosystems and Android in particular. Here are Elop’s observations about Android:
"The situation that Android is facing, where the amount of fragmentation that you're seeing is increasing as people take it in different directions, is of course offset by Google's efforts to turn an open ecosystem into something that's quite a bit more closed as you've seen quite recently."
Possibly, Elop is still bitter over Google’s decision to stop supporting Exchange ActiveSync accounts, a technology Windows Phone uses for push notifications for services like Gmail.
In either case, Elop is confident in Nokia without Android, and in Android getting more fragmented and closed. It’s up to you to agree or disagree with him.
source: Nokia via The Verge