Samsung will release its “Nexus Two” smartphone on T-Mobile network. The smartphone is expected to hit the stores on November 8. Android and Me today posted that a report containing much speculation. Samsung has sent out invitations for the major event.
The post said that T-Mobile will apparently be the first network provider to sell the Nexus Two in the US. The news should not surprise many because T-Mobile is the staunchest supporter of the Google’s hugely popular OS- the Android and the carrier has been supporting Android since day one.
The device will be the first to run Android 2.3 Gingerbread, and it may be the first to have native video chat available through an updated Google Talk app. The new smartphone will be powered by a 1.2Ghz processor. Speculations are rife that it would be a Dual Core Orion but the device will most likely get a Hummingbird. It boasts of a 4-inch AMOLED display just like the Samsung Galaxy S. The Nexus Two will come loaded with a front facing camera of 5-megapixel with AF and HD capture. The smartphone will come loaded with 512MB, 16GB onboard storage. It will support multiple carriers. The Nexus Two will have an outer casing made of metal and plastic materials. Samsung has already announced that the phone will be sold unlocked and it will be sold directly to the customers like the first Nexus.
With those specifications, the Nexus Two will likely became the top Android phone in the market, and a worthy successor to the powerful, but failed Nexus One. It is pretty clear that Google and Samsung wanted to release this phone with a lot of discretion, let’s see what Nexus Two has got ahead of Nexus One!