No Nexus Two according to Google CEO

Here is an excerpt from the Telegraph article referring to the decision to build and finalize the Nexus phone:

Initially, Google felt they needed to build a device to help Android, so they worked with HTC to create the Nexus One phone. Schmidt says: The idea a year and a half ago was to make the Nexus One to try to advance the business of the telephone platform hardware. He clearly did. It was so successful that we didn’t have to do a second one. We would consider it positive, but people criticized us harshly for that. I called the board and said, ‘Ok, it worked. Congratulations, we stop. ‘ We like that flexibility, we believe that flexibility is characteristic of agility on our scale. ”

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AndroidandMe mentions that “Google still needs to provide a device that will raise the bar and allow developers to target future versions of the Android operating system. Hopefully we will see this device arrive around the time of Google’s next major version of Android, Gingerbread. “

Phandroid notes that “now, just half a year later, we have more high-end devices to choose from than some would probably like, and from now on it’s only going to get more aggressive.”

MobileCrunch concludes by saying that “today we bury the Nexus Two rumors, but keep your heads high folks, there will be another **** piece of standard Android hardware in the future, don’t worry.”

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Personally, I am disappointed in the decision to phase out the future of the Nexus phone as I really wish I had a version of the phone.

Other sources: AndroidandMe, MobileCrunch, Phandroid

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