Not happy with the Nexus One, Google is preparing a new edition of its phone. According to Reuters, no less a source than Andy Rubin says that the next model (the Nexus Two?) will be made for business users and will feature a physical QWERTY keyboard. It’s not clear yet if the second Google Nexus handset will be manufactured by HTC (like the Nexus One), or by another company. It will support AWS 3G bands or it will be designed for AT&T or Verizon Wireless.
Such a device could potentially pose a competitive threat to BlackBerry maker Research In Motion, which has a strong position in the enterprise cellphone market.
Now we can just wait for the official word.