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I imagine there will be a few more missteps before Android Wear or Tizen get really polished, but then we'll start seeing them more and more on designs from China, who seem less afraid to experiment with things like supersize battery editions.

Of course it's always a lottery whether you can upgrade the software on their phones without a lot of pain - I wouldn't be surprised if they're 'open source in name only', especially at first. Still, if the bootloader's open, maybe someone can hack something onto them.

Definitely not where we want to be.
 

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