The Google Nexus Two smartphone will pack a four-inch Super AMOLED touchscreen and front-facing video camera, reports suggest.
Specs for the as yet unconfirmed handset surfaced in a news item in tech Bible Gizmodo, which was contacted by a source familiar with the device.
The unnamed insider revealed that it is currently running a stock build of Google’s Android operating system and that it features a curved form factor and glossy plastic shell.
Tellingly, he noted the device’s extraordinary similarity to the Samsung Galaxy S, adding credence to the rumour that Samsung has replaced Nexus One maker HTC for the second-ever Google-branded mobile.
Rumours of the existence of the forthcoming handset surfaced earlier this week, apparently confounding Google’s insistence that it had abandoned branded phones in the wake of disappointing sales for the Nexus One.
According to online speculation, the Nexus Two will run Android 2.3 out of the box and will be sold exclusively through Carphone Warehouse in the UK from November 8th.
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