If you don’t believe in the existence of the Google Nexus Two, Gizmodo says you should, because the smartphone “is real” and, as rumored, “it’s made by Samsung.”
If Gizmodo’s source is correct, the Nexus Two looks and feels a lot like the Samsung Galaxy S. It has a front-facing camera, and an AMOLED display that likely measures 4 inches. No other features (camera, processor etc) have been unveiled.
It’s said that the back of the smartphone is curved. It should look something like this (mockup made by Giz):
The Samsung Nexus Two should be officially announced on November 8. Most likely, it will be available not long after that, with stock Android 2.3 Gingerbread on-board (no TouchWiz UI). So, yeah, this seems to be the world’s first Gingerbread handset. Did anyone expect something else?
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