Google executive and Android main-man Andy Rubin has discussed what to expect from Google’s next handset, revealing the company plans a more business-orientated handset next.
Unlike the HTC built Nexus One, this business orientated handset would likely feature a full QWERTY keyboard and enterprise-focussed built-in apps.
Such a move would put Google into a market already dominated by RIM’s Blackberry and Microsoft.
However, Google are keen to become a valid alternative to Microsoft, Windows and Office, with their online applications and the upcoming release of their web-based operating system.
Would a Google business phone perhaps integrate with the forthcoming Chrome OS? An educated guess would say so.