I'm not a regular C++ programmer or user of Qt, but as a casual observer it seems that the mobile/embedded APIs in Qt 5.2 could provide a fresh new approach for Android and other mobile platforms. However they are steering clear of easy webkit use, altho there are ways to fiddle around with JNI to get a web interface of some sort, and there are hints at Qt WebEngine (based on the Chrome engine) maybe being available in Qt 5.3 (or only in the enterprise version?). Blogs and new releases seem to vary.
I am a little curious about how well QML and the widgets UI tools can be used on Android, and whether these would be a better alternative to embedded web views for some solutions. Some of the tutorial examples seem straight-forward enough and run ok on my phone anyway.
As I said, I'm not using or experienced with C++, but when I occasionally feel the temptation to take it up, Qt 5 is looking like a good way to start. I would be interested to hear what general opinions are on where Qt is at at where they appear to be heading with embedded APIs and such.