Nexus phone naming convention
One way to think of the name Nexus S is that is is the S variation of the Nexus family because it uses Galaxy S hardware. By that same logic, the Galaxy Nexus a "Nexus" variation of the Galaxy line from Samsung. So does this mean the Galaxy Nexus is more of a Samsung phone than a Google Nexus phone by name? (obviously it is still very much a Nexus device by all means but the naming was rather interesting/confusing to me)
I only think of this because I still find it interesting that just last month they brought the Galaxy S II line to the US and now they already have another top tier device. I figure they have to be somewhat concerned about cannibalizing their own sales.
I would welcome that. It is, after all, mostly about infusing the market with the true Google experience.