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Nexus One vs. iPhone, Google phone ‘Two’ vs. RIM BlackBerry

One of the hottest Smartphones is currently the Nexus One, which is Google’s first phone — different to their operating system — and did confuse some analysts considering phone makers may see the Nexus One getting more attention than the Android OS.

We’re sure that both the Android operating system and Nexus One phone will both be big players in the cell phone market. Today has been a busy day for “Nexus One” news, if you love freebies then see this post about a Nexus One giveaway, those in the UK may be interested in knowing more about the UK release, and if you want more insight into the Nexus One, read a detailed review via this post.

The Nexus One is an important milestone for Google, and it is claimed to be an iPhone rival although there are those that claim it’s not an iPhone killer. Google’s first phone may have only just released, but details are starting to emerge about “Nexus Two”.

PC Pro reports that Google phone ‘Two’ will be aimed at BlackBerry maker RIM. They said that Andy Rubin — vice president of engineering at Google — claims that the next version of Nexus One will be aimed at the enterprise Smartphone market.

This will not be easy considering RIM’s strong position in this market. You can read more about this in PC Pro’s article here. Do you think Google can challenge RIM in the enterprise Smartphone market, and do you think the Nexus One will compete with the Apple iPhone?

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Written by Daniel Chubb

Daniel is the CEO of Dansway Communications LTD and founder of; a top blog dedicated to breaking tech news, hands-on reviews and delivers real solutions to everyday consumer electronics hang-ups.

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