Samsung Nexus Two: Myth Or Legend

It seems for a little while now that rumors have been flying around as to whether Samsung will be releasing a Nexus Two handset. Currently it seems that the company are strongly denying any such device although sources are still indicating that it will be launched November 8. So what do we believe?

According to Softpedia, the so-called device would be a combination of developers Samsung and Google joining together to bring us a handset using Android. Although it seems a very long time ago, at the start of 2010, the mobile phone world saw the release of the contract only Nexus One, which had Android 2.1 on board but only went on sale for a short time only. Back in the summer, Google shut down it’s web service store to replace it with their Gallery option which displays current and up-to-date Android devices. The Nexus Two smartphone was not one of these on show.

Speculation surrounding the Nexus Two device was indicating that it would incorporate Android 2.3 (Gingerbread), 4-inch super AMOLED display, full touchscreen and should be a Galaxy S device. At this present stage, all we can do is wait with baited breath on what may or may not be the Nexus Two? Rumors are surrounding whether it will be this handset announced on November 8 at a Samsung event?

What are your thoughts on this news? Let us know. Head on over to Softpedia for more information.