Based on the comment, we would say that Samsung, Motorola and HTC have been spraying all over the place. We would also note that with Vanjoki now on the outside of the Finnish based manufacturer looking in, it could be a sign that Nokia might be considering using its number 1 option-Android (pun intended)-on some new Nokia handsets.
Nokia spends three times as much as Apple does on software R&D and an analysis of the firm by the Financial Times shows that the company could lift their margins by 4% by switching to an Android based platform. This leads to higher profits and a higher stock price. Ultimately, Nokia must satisfy its owners, which are the stockholders.