Microsoft has been working hard to convert Android manufacturers to Windows Phone 7, but it seems their efforts are falling short in Sony Ericsson's case. According to an interview by the Wall Street Journal, Sony Ericsson's CEO Bert Nordberg, had a lot to say about Android, Windows Phone, iPhone, and the US Market. The CEO said that making Android their main OS was "the best choice we could have made." This interview went on about other topics, so let's just give you the direct quote.
Talking about if SE had bought Motorola rather than Google;
"Well sure, but before you go shopping you have to become rich and a deal between us would have been extremely complicated, with us being a private company with two large owners and them being a listed US company."
He was asked if switching to Windows Phone 7 was on their mind;
“At this point I wouldn’t feel comfortable investing in a platform that isn’t as good as the one that we currently use. Therefore we have remained with Android, but I am quite curious about Windows Phone.”
News via: GSMArean