Samsung Nexus Two: November 8th?

Posted: Oct 28 2010, 1:07pm CDT | by , Updated: Oct 28 2010, 7:47pm CDT, in Rumors | Android

 
Samsung Nexus Two: November 8?
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Any good idea is worth trying twice.

Samsung is about to release a sequel to the first Google Phone. While the Nexus One was a wonderful phone, it (and Google's online sale system) failed to ignite customer imaginations. We've already heard reports that a Nexus Two is due to launch in the near future. Now AndroidandMe reports that "multiple, trusted sources" have stated that Google and Samsung will hold a press conference on November 8th to announce the new device.

No rumored specs or hardware sheets are out for the Nexus Two yet. If Samsung does make this phone, we can expect a Super AMOLED display, probably around 4" in size. They may go for a larger 4.3" screen. The processor will be somewhere between 1-1.2 GHz (unless they go hog-wild with a Tegra 2) and a sliding keyboard is probably unlikely.

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