Mobile Lowdown: 6-24-11: Nokia Android; Apps vs Web; Google Mobile; Apple

A look at some of the big stories in mobile today:

Nokia (NYSE: NOK) Android: A day after a video surfaced of Nokia’s first Windows Phone, codenamed “Sea Ray,” a picture of what looks to like a Nokia Android prototype. Unlike yesterday’s story, this one really does look like a leak, if it is accurate.

Apps vs Web: Remember that story earlier in the week that said apps were being used more than the web? Here’s a guy who has debunked it.

Google (NSDQ: GOOG) mobile: A report is out that alleges that Android devices break faster than other smartphones. Meanwhile, web sites that have been created via Google Sites are now automatically rendered for mobile.

Apple: It’s defending it’s IP left, right and center and now Apple (NSDQ: AAPL) looks like it has one more key patent, on touchscreens, to help it along the way.

PayPal: The eBay-owned mobile payments company has upped its forecasts for how much it expects to make from mobile payments in 2011: $3 billion, double its previous estimate.

Mobile advertising: The newest projections from ABI Research…mobile advertising will total $24 billion by 2016. That’s equal to what is spent in online advertising today.