Rumors of a Google Nexus Two
- despite CEO Eric Schmidt's previous denial
that one was in the pipeline - continue to grow, with Gizmodo
having heard from a tipster who apparently got to play with the Samsung-made device. Like the Galaxy S family, it's apparently made from black, glossy plastic and "feels really similar to the Galaxy S in a lot [of] ways," though the back has "got this curve to it."
There's also a roughly 4-inch display, which the source believes to be Super AMOLED, and a "sort of concave" front panel. A front-facing video camera is the only confirmed hardware spec, with no word on the CPU or which "really buggy" stock build of Android the Nexus Two was running. Note, the picture above is a mock-up.