Well another manufacture is getting into the Android market. I think it was last week that Motorola announced that they would be releasing an Android phone targeting the Social Networking users. This week they announced that they plan to restructure their line-up to be almost exclusive Android (see the article at Electronista and its link to the WSJ).
Also in news today Asus announce that they too would be entering the Smartphone market with an Android-based phone (for more details, look here). Other rumors suggest that even Nokia (the sole owners who open sourced Symbian) may also looking at Android for its new platform (some how I don't see Nokia going exclusive, but it could replace the OS on their Linux devices).
Well anyways... I like my G1 but then again it is currently the only option. And I really like that other manufacturers are getting into the business, I personally think that is one of the reasons Symbian has done so well... so many phones to choose from, one for everyone. Windows Mobile has almost as many handsets. Palm use to have this slightly but ever since the delays with the new OS, we've seen the other manufacturers all pull away. RIM and Apple on the other hand keep there OS locked to their hardware limiting the device line-up... yes I know if you are a big Apple fan you know this means reliability and such when it come to tech support. But the bottom line is that more manufacturers will mean more progress on the OS as they customize and upgrade Android to fit their needs and more options to choose from, if you want a Blackberry like device, I'm sure there will be one as well as a touchscreen only version... We'll all just have to wait and enjoy.