Nexus Two (Enterprise Edition) Coming?

Posted: Jan 11 2010, 10:45am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:50pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

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The Nexus One launched just last week (to fantastic success), could another one possibly be on the line already? Reuters reports that, during an interview, Google Executive Andy Rubin said that a new version of the Nexus One was en route. This revised phone would sport a physical keyboard and be designed to work for Enterprise customers. That means Exchange support and additional security options, too. This theoretical Nexus Two would be more of a side product then an extension of the Nexus One line. One of the areas where the iPhone beats the Nexus One is Enterprise support. If Google were to roll out with a corporate version of this phone, Android would finally have some level of legitimate standing in the Enterprise market. Getting businessmen to dump their BlackBerries has proven to be a difficult task. Even the iPhone has had trouble making in-roads on RIM's sovereign territory. Will a blazing-fast Android smartphone with a physical keyboard and a gorgeous screen be enough to turn the tide? Probably not, but at least a few office workers will get issued badass gadgets.

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