If Samsung would really go through with this, it would seriously disrupt the Google-Samsung relationship and then Google would be forced to put Motorola out front and center.
Samsung takes cues from Apple and RIM in its attempt to create an enterprise-worthy version of Android
That's a good point. A lot of folks had hoped that Google's acquisition of Motorola and, by extension, 3LM meant that Google would eventually use those resources to develop these types of capabilities as part of stock Android releases - something seems very unlikely at this point.
Infoworld ran a great recap of that a couple of months ago:
We still have to see what the first true Google fruits from Motorola are going to be. Hopefully they're enterprise focused.
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