It's logical for Google to launch Gingerbread with the Nexus Two. After all, the Nexus One was first with Froyo. But if the Nexus One receives the Gingerbread update first, does that mean the Nexus Two is delayed?
A tweet from a Twitter user by the name of Alvaro Fuentes Vasquez (who apparently works on the leadership team of the Open Handset Alliance - a conglomerate of 78 companies working towards open source software, with Android being its flagship launch) claims that people should "Preparen sus Nexus One (Developer version) para la actualización vía OTA de Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) para los próximos días :-D", which according to Google Translate says:
"Prepare your Nexus One (Developer version) for Android OTA update 2.3 (Gingerbread) for the next few days :-D"
We'd previously heard that the Samsung-made Nexus Two would be landing today with Gingerbread, but there are whispers it could be later this week, on Thursday.
If Vasquez is bang on the money about developer versions of the Nexus One soon receiving the Gingerbread update, I wonder how many fingers Google will chop off for his blabbing? [Twitter via The Android Phone via TechCrunch]