Open Handset Alliance: Where are all the phone makers now?

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It feels like Android has been a power player since the first smartphones were launched, but this wasn’t actually the case. Prior to Android’s adoption and the launch of the iPhone, smartphones were powered by the likes of Windows Mobile, Nokia’s Symbian, Palm OS, and BlackBerry OS.

But all that changed with the formation of the Open Handset Alliance (OHA) on this very day back in 2007. Spearheaded by Google, this was an initiative to develop and promote the adoption of Android as a viable, open smartphone platform.

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