Snaps of the second-ever Google branded Android phone have surfaced online, along with a product listing on US retailer detailing its spec sheet.
The existence of the handset, which is rumoured to be manufactured by Samsung on behalf of Google, has yet to be confirmed by either company. However, leaked snaps sourced by the good folks at Engadget and Phandroid, suggest that it’s just a matter of time now.
Phandroid has got its hands on Best Buy product listing, which appears to reveal that the handset will pack a five megapixel camera, a 1500mAh battery and support for EDGE, GPRS and HSUPA.
Meanwhile, Engadget published a gallery of images of the handset. Alas, because the screen is off, we’re unable yet to tell whether it’ll run Android 2.3 out of the box.
Speculation about a follow up to the Nexus One first surfaced last month, flying in the face of the search giant’s earlier suggestions that it would concentrate solely on updates for its platform in future and had no plans for any more Google branded handsets.