Following a spate of rumours that suggested Samsung would launch the Nexus Two handset during its Android-themed press release due next week, new reports claim that Sammy officials have comprehensively denied any such rumours.
Korean website danawa.com is now quoting an unnamed Samsung official that it claims referred to the recent Samsung Nexus Two reports as: “simply not true”.
Rumours of the a Samsung Nexus Two device kicked into overdrive last week follow the unleashing of a mock-up image and claims of a hands-on by gadget blog Gizmodo. The mooted Galaxy S look-a-like was reported to sport a glossed plastic body with a 4-inch AMOLED touchscreen display and a front-facing camera. Recent reports also suggested the Samsung Nexus Two would be the first Google powered device to run the Android Gingerbread OS.
Whilst all rumours must be taken with a pinch of salt, so must apparent unnamed ‘official sources’, leaving expectant Samsung and Android handset fans waiting in a mobile limbo until the official Samsung unveiling scheduled for November 8th.
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