Nexus One certainly made a splash. There has been some issues with 3G connectivity, as well as poor customer service. However, I always expect problems with a brand new product, as well as with a brand new provider. Google has never had hardware before, so a learning curve is normal. With Nexus One out and running, its time to start wondering about Nexus Two. Mobile01has photos of a new phone called the Motorola Shadow. It appears to be similar to the Droid, but in white and with a wrist strap. Whether this is truly the next Google phone is still a mystery, but this phone would be a good choice. They already have a virtual keyboard phone. Now make the keyboard people happy with a physical keyboard phone. It covers everyone’s needs.
I love the specs for the Nexus One, but am still a little unsure how all of this interacting with two different companies is going to work. I see a run-around with the cell phone provider saying its Google’s problem, and Google saying that its the carrier’s problem. Let’s hope all the bugs get worked out in the next few months. The hardware of the Nexus One and future Two have a lot of promise.