The Samsung branded Google Nexus Two has leaked ahead of its expected November 8th unveiling as gadget blog Gizmodo claims to have been given a hands-on experience with the sequel to the original Google handset.
Whilst much expectation is being heaped on the mooted Nexus Two, the Gizmodo reports are suggesting the Galaxy S look-a-like is going to be a somewhat disappointing step back from the Nexus One stating: “It’s not going to rock your face like the Nexus One did.”
The handset, which is reported as being a black glossed plastic device constructed with a slight curve to its design, is reported to sport the same 4-inch AMOLED display as the Samsung Galaxy S with the most notable difference in design being the added front-facing camera. "It feels really similar to the Galaxy S in a lot ways” said those who claim to have been hands-on with the upcoming Android device.
Reported to be running Google’s upcoming Android 3.0 operating system, Gingerbread, albeit a far from finished “really buggy” version, the forthcoming announcement of the Nexus 2 at Samsung’s November 8th press conference should help put these claims and speculation into the realms of reality.