Its likelythe "best" smartphone is and will remain for some time yet, the best "smartphone". What remains interesting is that Nokia "smartphones" are selling at a pace of at least 5 million new phnones a month. And where is Android... back in the pack. If Google's only interst is in a subsidy for Android to allow more advertisement on mobile-web, then it might be a while before makes it big?
"The number of iPhones out there outnumber Android phones by nearly 20 to one (21 million iPhones have been sold to date, compared to estimates of about one million for the G1). Given these ratios, the disparity in Web usage measured by Admob makes sense. As more Android phones are introduced, that should help its numbers."