Online rumors about the potential Nexus Two have been gaining momentum since City AM quoted an industry source who claimed about the successor of the Nexus One smartphone.
Earlier, City AM reported that Google’s Nexus Two would be on sale in the UK in time for the holiday season, exclusively through Carphone Warehouse.
The report emerged despite the fact that Google’s chief executive officer Eric Schmidt told the Telegraph earlier this year that the company had no plans to produce Nexus Two.
Though it is still unconfirmed that which manufacturer will produce the Google Nexus Two, yet Samsung is said to be going to accomplish the task. The Nexus One smartphone was manufactured by HTC.
It is said that Samsung will allow Google do take care of the software for the Nexus Two while the manufacturer will focus on the hardware only.
The Nexus two will reportedly feature the latest Gingerbread release of the Android OS, Android OS 2.3, rather than 3.0, one which will come with no Touch UI. It will be made available to multiple carriers. Reports also suggest that the upcoming handset will feature 4-inch Super AMOLED display and Hummingbird processor.
Reports claim that Samsung could announce the Nexus Two at an Android event in New York on 8th of November.
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