Here is my "logic"
1. None of the phones releasing this year have much app memory
2. That is a HUGE install base of constrained devices in regards to the ability to add apps
3. Android install base represents a HUGE market potential for $ revenue $
4. The Android business leaders obviously have both common and business sense that have to appreciate the device is constrained due to low memory
5. The two key weaknesses of current Android devices compared to iPhone are app space and the lack of a 3.5mm jack
6. The 3.5mm issue is going away since HTC is (for the most part) bailing on USB audio and Samsung Android devices have a 3.5 jack.
7. The final gap with iPhone is the lack of app space.
No way Android maintains a constrained platform for app growth and allows iPhone to have this advantage for devs. We will get some form of apps2sd before
the end of the year. Bet on it.