I wonder if the next Google phone — the Nexus Two — will use the same industrial design as the Android-based “Devour” phone that Motorola unveiled this morning.
Motorola’s said it’s going to build a Nexus and Google has hinted that it will sell one with a keyboard, so how about Devour hardware with a faster processor and better camera? I’ve asked both companies if this is the case (ha ha) and will update if they clarify.
Update: A Google spokeswoman said: “All I can say publicly is that the Nexus One is the first in what we expect to be a series of products, which we will bring to market with our operator and hardware partners.” Moto’s rep said “We can’t comment on rumor, speculation or future plans.”
The Devour announced today is a slider with a keyboard plus a 3.1-inch touchscreen, full HTML browser, 3 megapixel camera and 8 gig memory card.
Talk and Standby Time2
800/1900, CDMA EVDO rev A
180g / 5.89 oz.
61(x) x 115.5(y) x 15.42(z) mm
105 cc / 6.62 ci
Accelerometer, Dual microphones w/ noise cancellation, Bluetooth
Class 2 + EDR, 3.5mm headset jack, USB 2.0, Motorola Media Link, Document Reader, DLNA
3.1″ HVGA, 320 x 480, 65K colors
MO/MT, SMS/MMS, Chrome (HTML)
AAC, AAC+, QCP, AMR, MP3, MIDI, WMA
Capture/Playback/Streaming, H.263, H.264,WMV, MPEG-4
3MP fixed focus, digital zoom
Android HTML Webkit
8GB microSD card included, up to 32GB supported
Touch, Full QWERTY slider