Wet dreams of an Android fanboi
"Nokia are now enslaved to MS. But if they did make an Android, I'm pretty sure their know-how would be enough, plus Google would doubtless help them make their product a polished experience."
Yeah, sure. Apparently Nokia tried that, and Google told them that the only thing Google cares is Google. But sure, it's not enough that every phone manufacturer except Samsung rakes in huge losses with that shitware, in your opinion Nokia should have invested in the same crap as well.
"I would definitely buy a Nokia Android (especially if Nokie ditched that snake Elop), but there's not a chance in Hell I'd buy a Nokia with Windows Phone 8 on it, even if it was a good OS, due to the evil-doing of killing off Meego, Symbian etc. Contrary to myth, they were actually in a very good state before Elop came along."
No, they weren't. Had you paid any attention what happened in the industry outside of Android, you would have noticed that even the latest Symbian variant (Belle) from 2012 was still an ugly and bug-ridden mess (I still have a N8, so I do know what a pile of shit Nokia has turned it into). MeeGo was mismanaged from the start, long before Elop came to Nokia, in the Nokia typical incompetence in everything software.
"And because Android requires far fewer resources to run, then it could be made into a lighter, more powerful phone with a smaller battery and improved battery life."
What a idiot statement. Android phones are the smartphones with the shortest battery life on earth, even iPhones last longer. And you have to be really really thick to ignore that even quadcore Androids with 1+GB of RAM run like shit (and drain power and burn their users in the process) while WP 7.5 runs perfectly smooth on a lame single core and with 512MB RAM.
"But sadly, Nokia are already another MS partner that got crushed under the brontosaurus foot of MS. If they hypothetically divorce MS, then they might have a chance at another roll of the dice, like Blackberry, based on their brand."
Oh yeah, because Blackberry is doing so well, right? I mean, it's not that they are in a far worse situation than Nokia has ever been, or that large customers are still dropping them even after they brought out their new Z10. But yeah, why should Nokia make money with Windows Phones when they could actually continue to rake in huge losses like Blackberry does.