Solo only released a total of four feature phones throughout that year.
But why not use S60 to replace S40 on some feature phones?
Only for the feature phones they used to sell stand alone navigation/etc services to.
That's one reason (the other being cost) that I'm sticking with a feature phone for my personal mobile.
Android is going to push that openness down into the "feature phone" market.
It's like trying to use a feature phone five years ago.
Because technology changes rapidly, what was a smartphone ten years ago may be considered only a feature phone today.
What could sell feature phones is coolness, and ease of use.
Unlimited mobile Internet access is only available on feature phones.