Google Nexus Two to be released across Europe by Christmas: Android 3.0 (Gingerbread) could indeed come from Google on Nexus Two!

October 27, 2010, By Shawn Wagnon

When Google brought out the Nexus One we were told that it was a onetime thing and we will not be seeing next in line very soon, if ever. It seems that they have changed their mind on that as Nexus Two is now on its way and Google is indeed interested in showing the world what the Android 3.0 is capable of and how it can really work. Maybe they are not all too pleased with the way different mobile makers are using the android platform!

Obviously Google feels that they know best when it comes to showing the world how an Android phone must be shaped. But considering that the Nexus One made by HTC for Google came in for quite a bit of hit and took lot of slack from smartphone and android lovers, it will be interesting to see how Nexus Two changes that.

The interesting aspect already is that Google has realized that nexus Two indeed needs a retail outlet other than Google’s online shop and hence has teamed up with Carphone Warehouse this time around. It seems someone at Google realized that people love to go to established chain of stores to get a hand-on feel of the mobile that they intend to pay for.

Nexus Two is expected to be available in UK and maybe even across Europe by Christmas time and with the rumors indicating that it will have Android 3.0 inside, it will be a hotly-anticipated handset for sure. If not so much for Nexus Two itself, then at least for the latest android version inside. Maybe this is Google’s way of bringing out Gingerbread!

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