As for the Nexus One, the handset that some are calling the DROID killer, Jha told the Chicago Tribune that he actually welcomes the device. Calling the N-One "a good competitive product", Jha says that he expects plenty of competition in the Android arena. "Part of the reason I'm supportive is I see it as an experiment that has some potential," said the executive, talking about Google's plan to sell the phone directly from its web site although he doesn't see the subsidy system ending anytime soon. As for Motorola's current Android releases, both the DROID and the Cliq are going to get upgraded to the Android 2.1 OS, the same software that drives the Nexus One. And as we reported yesterday, the DROID will also be getting Flash 10.1 from Adobe.
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