Is google working on the NEXT nexus phone?


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  1. jfbaro

    jfbaro Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Hi,

    Although I love my N1 (it will be made better with Froyo) I am willing to replace it next year (January?) for the "NEXT nexus phone". Thus I was wondering if the run google had with nexus one will encourage them to work on another "superphone".

    If so, will it be made by HTC?

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  2. ap3604

    ap3604 Well-Known Member

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    Um... yes? :confused:
     
  3. turbosol16

    turbosol16 Well-Known Member

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    I hope they continue the development of Nexus phone. I would be down with the every year model upgrade.
     
  4. the co0kie

    the co0kie Well-Known Member

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    i dont remember where i read this but google did say there ganna make a "Nexus Two" and it will be aimed for buisness users. they also said the nexus one couldve had a key board... i think there puting one on the nexus two
     
  5. t0ph0id

    t0ph0id Well-Known Member

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    Why do you say this so definitely?

    There's every chance it could be made by someone else.
     
  6. Schwin97

    Schwin97 Well-Known Member

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    Considering I have around 1-1.5 years until I get my subsidized upgrade pricing for a phone, I will be enjoying my Nexus for awhile still. Now, once I am able to get a new phone, I will look to getting the new iPhone, and then ebaying it to subsidize the next Google phone I buy.
     
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    hipocrazy Well-Known Member

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    Thataboy Schwin!! :D
     
  8. mudrock1000

    mudrock1000 Well-Known Member

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    I'd be more down with a new nexus every 2 years. Otherwise, they lose their novelty...like the iphone.
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  9. crabman

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    Personally I find that as I have come to be comfortable with swype I no longer pine for a slide out querty. There was some talk of motorola making the N2 although right now I think anything you read has to be considered someones best guess rather than factual.
     
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    yeah I, believe that the latest rumors say that the motorola shadow is the n1 but who really knows. I personally have gotten used to the keyboard on my n1 and now I type very fast but I at least want the ooption of ownING one with the screen size of a nexus one and a keyboard like the touch protwo.

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    The shadow looks like a droid. I hope they get HTC to come up with something way more ballin. I dont care for a keyboard eitherway.
     
  12. jfbaro

    jfbaro Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Hi,

    Are Google and its partner (HTC?) going to keep the release date to January just like Apple does with IPhone on June?

    I mean, it would be great if we could get a new Nexus every year.

    It seems to me it's all speculation at the moment, but I am eager for some information.

    Some things I think would make ME happier about the next NEXUS in comparison to Nexus ONE:

    - More responsive/precise multi-touch;
    - More responsive/precise physical buttons;
    - Better battery life;
    - Swype as main keyboard;
    - Better screen readability at sunlight (maybe a SuperAMOLED?);
    - Bigger screen;
    - Quicker and more stable software (It's not rare to me to see crashes even on google's applications);
    - FM transmitter;
    - Thinner profile;
    - The same simple and good look;
    - Larger internal memory, something beyond 2GB;
    - Voice ability to other languages, not just English;

    That's the MINIMUM I would expect, but as a NEXUS phone I want to be amazed by Google.

    ;)
     

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