During the Web 2.0 Summit at San Francisco, Eric Schmidt displayed a 'mystery phone,' which he referred as an "unannounced phone" from an "announced manufacturer."
Rumors spread in gadget market that the phone displayed by Google CEO was Google's Nexus 2 smartphone, which runs on Gingerbread and made by Samsung. Reports also added that the new phone has AMOLED display.
Earlier in 2010, media leaked the images and specifications of Google's upcoming phone, the so called Nexus 2.
Another reports identified the mystery phone as a Motorola phone which also runs on Android 2.3 Gingerbread.
Schmidt said that this phone and the operating system would be released "in the next few weeks".