Google Nexus Two delay down to hardware issues

Follow up to Nexus One unlikely to arrive at event this evening

Samsung Continuum tipped to launch ahead of Nexus Two

The Samsung-branded Nexus Two which was rumoured to launch this week, has been held back due to problems with its hardware.

According to TechCrunch, a serious but unspecified hardware issue was discovered and the Nexus One successor will therefore be on hold until it's fixed.

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Many believed that Samsung would reveal the Nexus Two at a press event scheduled for today to tie in with the Android Gingerbread OS update which is set to arrive on November 11th.

Gizmodo recently claimed they had already had their hands on the Nexus Two sporting a reported Samsung Galaxy S-like 4-inch AMOLED display and a front-facing camera.

It looks more likely that we will actually be seeing the two touchscreen-toting Samsung Continuum at this evening's event which you can follow on T3 to find out what Samsung has in store for us.

Link: TechCrunch