It’s only been out for about five seconds, but already there’s chatter about a successor to the Google Nexus One.
The Nexus One smartphone was launched with much fanfare last week, but Google execs have wasted no time in boasting about plans for the Nexus Two, which reportedly will be marketed to business customers. Google’s Andy Rubin told Reuters that the new version will likely feature a physical keyboard instead of the virtual one that the Nexus One sports. And while the Nexus One is compared most closely with the Apple iPhone, the Nexus Two will be designed more as a Blackberry competitor.
AT&T, CenturyLink and Connectwise are among those adding drama to telecom, IT and the channel since last fall. https://t.co/YTBVQGjWqt
February 24 2018 @ 12:15:30 UTC