Google Making the Nexus One Support Forums Read-Only November 1st

12

The Google Nexus One has pretty much set the bar for smartphones for 2010 as this device is now the official 3rd gen Android developer’s phone after Google removed its availability to the public. As of November 1st, the Nexus One Support Forums will be archived as read-only.

Anyone want to venture out and say that Google might have something up their sleeve in early January?

Via: Android Guys

About the Author

Alex Smith
I once served in the USMC from 02'-08' I purchased the G1 in 2008 and then watched the Android OS turn the mobile world upside down. I then got the Nexus One followed by the Samsung Vibrant. I also have the HD2 running Shubcraft CM6. I've been following the Android community for a while now and couldn't be happier doing anything else. "Go Green, get -C}[\][D[R[-][][D-"

  • Faswah

    i spoke to htc yesterday for my nexus warranty, and the representative told me that there was a nexus 2 coming out. she was “absolutely sure” after i asked her are u sure a dozen times.

    • http://theazzman.com azzman

      she was high, and probably didnt understand you over the noise of her own bong hits. Google, has made claims that this was their only attempt. I would love for them to have another version, I’ll buy it in a heartbeat, but until then, my N1 will be my phone for the rest of time.

      • http://twitter.com/msnuser111 Ray Dull

        actually,no. they said they would not make a phone called the nexus 2. that doesn’t mean they won’t make another phone,it just won’t be a N2.

  • NexusKoolaid

    “Anyone want to venture out and say that Google might have something up their sleeve in early January?”

    One can only hope.

  • Jerzeeloon

    Nexus 2?dual core 1.5 ghz,tegra 2,and 1gig of ram?I hope so.

  • Everblazingboy

    Reading this from my N1 right now and I’m so sad but if google plan to bring a nexus two god knows I would die for it, I’ve been looking for other phones and nothing seems to fit my standard like the N1(Stock Android & Open bootloader) but the only reason I want another phone is because of the N1’s limited space. I’ve seen the tegra two Motorola phone and the Samsung so hoping it’s one out of the two.

  • Method115

    I’m surprised by the number of people wanting dual core. I just went from a my touch to a vibrant and then an evo. I can’t imagine needing a more powerful phone. Then again maybe when I try it I’ll realize why.

    I loved my my touch but it wasn’t fast enough. That is why I decided to get a new phone.

  • Method115

    I’m surprised by the number of people wanting dual core. I just went from a my touch to a vibrant and then an evo. I can’t imagine needing a more powerful phone. Then again maybe when I try it I’ll realize why.

    I loved my my touch but it wasn’t fast enough. That is why I decided to get a new phone.

  • Method115

    I’m surprised by the number of people wanting dual core. I just went from a my touch to a vibrant and then an evo. I can’t imagine needing a more powerful phone. Then again maybe when I try it I’ll realize why.

    I loved my my touch but it wasn’t fast enough. That is why I decided to get a new phone.

  • Joelee90706

    That goog fly is up to no good again!

  • http://www.facebook.com/pridemorena Nathan Pridemore

    I hope they make another phone if it’s anywhere near the standards of the N1 with 2011 technology I’ll switch in a heartbeat. Damn you el Goog for making such awesome devices then breaking my heart when you “stopped”…

© 2010  AndroidSPIN. All rights reserved.
A Subsidiary of MobileTweek Inc.