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Old December 19th, 2010, 07:53 PM   #1 (permalink)
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can we expect to see another Nexus launch when Honeycomb launches? I haven't seen any rumours suggesting so... are they likely to do another Nexus? will they save it for Ice Cream or Jelly Bean?
Could the Motorola tablet I've been hearing so much about come under Nexus branding? or will it have another Google branding name?
Will Google do a Nexus like tablet at all?
Just wondering because I really want another phone/tablet in the new year and I want one that has Honeycomb and one that's Google branded so it gets all the updates
The reason I don't want the Nexus S is that I feel that if Honeycomb makes the use of buttons redundant, I don't want them on my phone.
Also I heard that it only has 1GB of memory for apps and with developers increasing app size with every update, I don't feel that's enough :|

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Old December 19th, 2010, 08:02 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Even if we had the inside scoop on what Google was planning on doing, doesn't mean that it will be coming in the next release, if at all. The landscape for mobile devices changes so rapidly that today's sought after "must-haves" are tomorrows "what-were-we-thinkings".
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hi again lunatic
pity. pity. I wish they were more open about what they were doing!
but I suppose then other company's could copy their ideas early on. pity.
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hi again lunatic
pity. pity. I wish they were more open about what they were doing!
but I suppose then other company's could copy their ideas early on. pity.
Actually they keep everything fairly open, but they can't predict the future any better than you or I. You can get a good idea of what's coming by checking out what the developers are up to.

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