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Voici un article récupéré concernant le Nexus Two

Google : Un Nexus Two en Angleterre pour Noël ?

Publié le 27. oct, 2010 par Camille dans Autres, Smartphone

Alors que Google avait clairement démenti le fait qu’un seconde génération du Nexus One pourrait bientôt voir le jour, les rumeurs se font de nouveau pressantes. En effet, le Nexus 2 serait actuellement sur les rails en vue d’une commercialisation avant la fin de l’année.

Cityam.com affirme que Google pourrait distribuer Nexus 2 au Royaume Uni pour Noël. Le site évoque également qu’à sa sortie, Carphone Warehouse (une chaine de magasins dédiés à la téléphonie) et Vodafone (SFR) seraient les deux distributeurs exclusifs de ce nouveau Smartphone.

Les rumeurs concernant un Nexus Two ne datent pas d’aujourd’hui. Cela a commencé le jour où Andy Rubin a déclaré que « Le Nexus One est un Smartphone dédié au grand public. La prochaine version sera destinée aux entreprises », lors d’un entretien public organisé par Walt Mossberg, il y a quelques mois de cela.

Selon les rumeurs, ce Nexus 2 ou Nexus Pro pourrait être doté d’un clavier physique complet et d’une compatibilité avec tous les réseaux de haut-débit mobile. Android Gingerbread serait également de la partie. Quant à la fabrication, elle serait confiée à Samsung.

et celui-ci édité il y a peu, désolé mais il est en anglais (et ne me demander pas de traduire :P )

Google’s Take Two On Mobile Handset Retailing With Nexus 2

Oct 28, 2010 at 11:48am ET by Greg Sterling

Google is rumored to be rolling out a “Nexus 2″ — or if it were a movie sequel “N2″ — on November 8 with Samsung. Google’s Nexus One (built by HTC) was a failed experiment in direct selling to the public rather than through carriers. Despite public statements to the contrary, the move angered carriers and, together with the fact that people weren’t buying them online, eventually caused Google to shutter the project and change strategy.

That new strategy, at least in the UK, involves an exclusive deal with retailer Carphone Warehouse. According to reports Carphone Warehouse will be the only retailer in the UK selling the N2, which will be the first device running “Gingerbread” (Android 2.3). It’s another Google effort to sell directly to the public (and it’s a statement about the importance of offline stores vs. e-commerce too).

It’s not clear what the US rollout for N2 will look like. Given the carrier-centric nature of the US market it’s likely that the Google-branded handset will launch with a carrier or carriers plural — probably Verizon and maybe others. But I’ve seen nothing on that.

Meanwhile Apple is doing something potentially event bolder according to GigaOM: working with a SIM-card maker in Europe to integrate the card directly into the iPhone. The move, if true, would allow consumers to buy online or directly from Apple stores and then choose a carrier and activate with minimal carrier involvement. The different structure of Europe’s mobile markets permits this approach and would relegate carriers to bandwidth providers, fully subordinating them to the device and Apple.

Apple could develop a dual CDMA-SIM phone for the US that might permit the same strategy once AT&T exclusivity is gone. (Verizon and Sprint are CDMA, AT&T and T-Mobile are GSM.) But there are more technical challenges in the US as I understand it because of the parallel systems.

Even though Google wants the option to sell directly to the public and circumvent carriers it will continue to work with carriers as the “anti-iPhone” that allows them to compete with Apple’s device and gives them control they wouldn’t get from Apple. The entry of a viable Windows Phone would potentially complicate that role for Google. But the viability of the new Microsoft mobile device hasn’t been proven yet.

Donc, wait and see entre le HTC HD et Nexus Two ....

Edited by philos64

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Je pense que l'on a plus qu'à attendre les rumeurs, les diverses photos et vidéos, jusqu'au 08 novembre, voire juste avant Noël, plutôt.

Voici un article paru dans AndroidAndme concernant le "Nexus Two"

Rumor: Nexus Two will feature 1.2 GHz CPU, headed to T-Mobile

Taylor Wimberly on Oct 29 at 2:45 pm99 comments

WARNING: This post contains rumors and speculation from Android Insiders. If you do not want to know the likely specs of the Samsung “Nexus Two” then do not read this story and unplug from the Internets till November 8th (or is it the 11th). You have been warned – the goods are after the jump.

The Rumor

The Samsung “Nexus Two” phone will feature:

* Stock Android 2.3 (Gingerbread)

* 1.2 GHz processor (don’t know which model)

* 4 inch AMOLED display (don’t know resolution)

* 5 megapixel camera with autofocus and HD video capture (don’t know about flash), front-facing camera (don’t know resolution)

* 512 MB RAM, 16 GB internal storage

* Support for multiple carriers (radios are unknown)

* All the usuals like WiFi, Bluetooth, 3.5 mm headset jack, etc.

* Outer casing is a mix of metal and plastic materials

I believe these specs are final, but sometimes things change between test units and those that ship to retail stores.

As we first reported it will be coming to multiple carriers, and we now have enough evidence to suggest T-Mobile is on-board. The “Nexus Two” will be sold unlocked, direct to consumers just like the first Nexus phone, but Google will test out the retail waters instead of limiting sales to just online.

The Source

After the last week of writing about this Samsung phone, I now have five separate sources who have confirmed this phone is real (including one who is testing it). If you still don’t believe me, Gizmodo’s Matt Buchanan also confirmed the phone as did PCMag’s Sascha Segan.

Edited by philos64

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je l'aime déjà ce nexus 2.

Ps : pour le chesnay, c'est ptetre parce que j'étaie a prly2. je devait pas capté dans l'appart' à papy.

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Last news from Nexus Two:

D’après le site Internet Gizmodo, Google pourrait lancer le Nexus Two, son second terminal mobile, tournant sous Android.

Ce nouveau smartphone, fabriqué par Samsung, pourrait être commercialisé, à partir du 8 novembre prochain.

Gizmodo révèle également que le smartphone Nexus Two serait doté d’un écran tactile multitouch Super AMOLED de 4 pouces, et disposerait d’une caméra en façade, permettant de réaliser des vidéoconférences, à l’image de Facetime d’Apple.

Mais de l'autre côté:

Démenti formel de Samsung concernant le Google Nexus Two ?

Le Google Nexus Two sortira avant Noël et sera fabriqué par Samsung ! Fictions ou réalités ? En tout cas, ces rumeurs démenties par Samsung jettent un froid mais créent le buzz autour du Google Nexus Two…

Samsung vient d’annoncer que tout ceci était faux et qu’il ne participait pas à une quelconque mise en œuvre d’un certain Nexus Two.

Buzz, Buzz, quand tu nous tiens B)

Edited by philos64

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Contactée par lepoint.fr, une porte-parole de Google France dément l'existence d'un Google Phone.

selon la chargée de communication de google france, quelques semaines avant la sortie du N1.

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The last news => il y a 2heures, diffusé par TechCrunch

Google “Nexus Two” Hardware Issue Delays Launch

Google is working with Samsung on a new Android phone that will have a “clean install” of Android, and the release was at least initially planned to coincide with the launch of Android 2.3 Gingerbread.

The fact that the device will have a clean version of Android is why people are excited, and calling it the “Nexus Two.” The Nexus One was a clean install Android device that Google sold directly to customers.

The additional layers of software carriers and handset manufacturers put on their phones are generally a mess, in our opinion, and detract from the user experience.

One thing that we’re certain about is that the Samsung press event on Monday, November 8 isn’t (and never was) a launch of the Nexus Two, despite rumors that it was. Those rumors weren’t all that ridiculous, though.

Samsung will be unveiling a new Android phone on Monday, it’s just not this phone.

The phone was set to be launched imminently, perhaps on November 11. But we’ve heard that during dogfooding a serious hardware issue was discovered and that the phone will be delayed while that issue is fixed. We don’t know how serious the issue is, or how long it might take to remedy.

The phone, though, is a beauty, we’ve heard, as is Gingerbread.

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No Google Nexus Two :mad:

Wednesday, 03 November 2010 00:08 Jacob Palmer

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Rumors of a Google Nexus Two that started off a week ago seemed to have been finally debunked. Korean website Danawa reports that a Samsung official has confirmed rumors of a Google Nexus Two in the works are “simply not true.”

The rumors hit an all-time high a couple days ago when Gizmodo published a rendering of the Google Nexus Two which was basically the Android skin on a Samsung Galaxy S phone (pictured above). So if you were expecting that the November 8th Samsung special event was to announce the Google Nexus 2, don't hold your breath. Our best bet would be that it's to unveil the Samsung Continuum smartphone that features a secondary ticker-style screen.

No Google Nexus Two, Nexus One was the first and last

With Google already having stated TWICE publicly that there are no more Android phones coming from Google, we may need to let this rumor die. Sure, we know a lot of readers are now thinking that maybe Samsung was never contracted to build a Google phone and we could in fact hear of a Motorola Google Nexus Two sometime in the near future. However we honestly doubt it as the big G has already said no, and being a publicly traded company they wouldn't lie about this because if they did, investors would sue for misinformation. Sorry folks.

Edited by philos64

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Je pense qu'ils vont plutot s'associer avec un constructeur pour lui faire installer la derniere version comme cela avait été fait avec Motorola pour la 2.0

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Avec Samsung cela pouvait aller, constructeur hardware efficace et google pour le système, j'aurais été tenté. ;)

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edit : en fait il y aura pas d'annonce avant ce soir vu que c'est pas à notre heure. Mais si c'est une annonce Samsung USA, j'espère que ça ne sera pas un tél que pour les states..

Edited by Morak

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Si, c'était pour (re)annoncer le Samsung Continuum pour les USA. Donc vraiment une annonce de m**** alors que tout le monde s'attendait à un gros buzz (pas forcément le Nexus Two mais un nouveau smartphone en Europe aussi, et + intéressant que le Continuum que je trouve vraiment useless).

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Je ne vois vraiment pas pourquoi ils ont fait un tel Buzz autour de ce tel. Rien de bien nouveaux... enfin bon, petite déception ^^

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Ha ouais

C'est cool, dommage que l'image n'a pas été chargé :P

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Moi aussi surtout du dos avec les "petits carrés" que j'aime pas trop...

Et j’espère que c'est pas le bouton power qu'on aperçoit sur le côté, c'est mieux si il est en haut du tel je trouve

EDIT : La taille d'écran ça vous parait être quoi vous ?

Après un rapide calcul (certe très approximatif :P) je dirai que c'est un 4,3 pouces 4,1 pouce donc en incluant une marge d'erreur ça doit être un 4 pouces !

Tant mieux car 4,3 pouces c'est trop grand je trouve !

Edited by Nyana69

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Mouais pas convaincu par la photo, je trouve que les bords autour de l'écran sont bien trop larges, un bon téléphone c'est l'écran qui joue le rôle de bordure.

Ca doit être du 4", amplement suffisant si c'est en SAmoled. Bien que je serai tenté de vouloir une 4,3" avec une nouvelle résolution + poussée!

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Ouais c'est vrai que ça serait cool que les constructeurs réduisent les "marges" autours des écrans, ça permettrait de passer les 4" sans pour autant se retrouver avec des monstres dans les poches ^^ (un peu comme le moto Defy dont l'écran utilise presque toute la place je crois)

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