Mellon Sun wrote:Is there a possible someday we use Android as desktop OS?
Sure, in a way it is already done. You can get a Toshiba netbook with Android as main OS. No doubt that with Honeycomb more devices of that class will rise up.
But... why? I played around with the Toshiba and it is a nice device but not more than a prove of concept for me. Android has not much advantages over a full fledged OS there. No doubt the engineers and product developers will build nice devices that can profit
from lower energy consumption and run on lower technical specs. You get the additional benefit of being able to run Android apps but you lose the capability of "full" applications. So it is a trade off. For most people it will be enough, if you are in software developement (quite a high probability here ;-)) you may not like it.
I still wonder how ChromeOS fits in, which is Google's dedicated netbook OS...