It seems that Google might come up with an Enterprise version of Nexus One with a physical QWERTY keyboard and a bigger battery. Google launched the Nexus One just a few days ago at the Android Press Conference.
Andy Rubin, Google Engineering VP, mentioned that there might be a possibility of the enterprise version of Nexus One to have a physical keyboard and a bigger battery, while on stage during the ongoing CES (Consumer Electronic Show) 2010. The original question asked to Andy Rubin, by Walk Mossberg, was whether Google will launch more phones during this year or not. Mossberg also asked about the possibility of a smaller or mini version of Nexus One like the Nokia N97 Mini to which Rubin’s nodded his head which implied a No! Rubin also praised the guys at HTC, who will be manufacturing the Nexus One for Google.
He said We threw out crazy ideas to our partners at HTC and they were pretty good about plucking the good ones out of the air and building them into the device.
Rubin also told that Google Nexus One is the start of a new breed of Superphonein the market. He said that Google wanted to make purchasing phones for consumer more efficient and thus the idea of buying the phone directly through Google Checkout.