Next Google Nexus Phone to be enterprise centric with physical QWERTY?

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Next Google Nexus Phone to be enterprise centric with physical QWERTY?
The Nexus One has been birthed and now eyes turn toward Google to see what the company will do for an encore. According to Reuters, no less a source than Andy Rubin says that the next model (the Nexus Two?) will be made for business users and will feature a  physical QWERTY keyboard. Such a device would strike fear into the heart of BlackBerry maker RIM whose handsets concentrate on the enterprise user and most include a physical QWERTY keyboard. Perhaps it is Rubin and Google's intention to go after the competition one by one with the Nexus One aimed at the iPhone and the BlackBerry the target of the second device. Will the Nexus Two be called the Nexus Two? Will it be manufactured by HTC, the Taiwanese company that makes the Nexus One? When will it launch and what will it cost? All of these questions will be answered in due time. In fact, you should relax and enjoy the Nexus One and when more info comes out, we will pass it on to you.

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source: Reuters via UnwiredView



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8 Comments

1. dadoo985

Posts: 27; Member since: Oct 30, 2009

SPRINT WOULD YOU PLEASE PICK THIS ONE UP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

2. gdgt1

Posts: 8; Member since: Jan 09, 2010

all android devices should have a physical keyboard.... because their touch screen experience sucks and is sluggish! and are for the weak... well i cant take everything away from the nexus one i do have to admit the best thing on that device is those cute flying lazers on the screen lol.. long live the iPhone!"I am often imitated. But I am never duplicated" - iPhone

5. theGodpapa

Posts: 181; Member since: Dec 15, 2009

Sucks? Are you kidding me? Touch screen is BETTER than any crapple device. You have no f###ing ckue and are just some brain washed Apple moron.

7. biggles

Posts: 269; Member since: Oct 15, 2009

all iphones should come with a phone cord since they apparently can't hold a call. i also recommend an ethernet cable to improve your high speed data coverage. LOL

3. DontHateOnS60

Posts: 872; Member since: Apr 20, 2009

You misspelled 'include' in the third sentence. "...and most inclusde a physical QWERTY keyboard."

4. baldilocks

Posts: 1516; Member since: Dec 14, 2008

Your point is??

6. david_the_gom

Posts: 114; Member since: Dec 20, 2008

phonearena should check their spellings... and when they correct it, they should leave some kind of notice about that so person who pointed it out doesn't get bashed for later info...

8. paradox713

Posts: 1; Member since: Jan 12, 2010

SOOOO,..Apple,.. produced the first fill touch screen phone with mult-itouch. OOOkkkaaayy,...Hurrayyy,.. The phone hasnt changed in design,..Pretty plain looking to me!,.. Gettn kinda boring to look at or even talk about. So,.. i will give apple props on jump startint a new cell phone revolution.. But,.. iPhone fanbois,.. remember will u still like it when design changes,. if it changes,..hardware upgrades,... how far will apple go to stay ahead,..stop polishing up the same damn pig and adding a letter to its name,...I mean; its only so long b4 That next great idea comes along,.. so,.. dont talk so tough. personally; I like that theres competitions now,.. I mean who wants to be just like the next guy,.."banwaggoners" alike,..I like choice,.. apple kinda takes that away,..I mean this is America,.. right,..freedom of choice,.."So shut up already about how good the iPhone is and why its much better than this or that,..it wont b long b4 ppl are standing in line for something other than an iPhone",.. "O" I used an iPhone until its limitations turned me away,..went to Android,.."still have,..and WM6.5 device,.. so no discrimination here,..lol

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