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Which Google Phone Did Google Confirm This Week?

Google's chief executive in Spain and Portugal, Isabel Aguilera, this week confirmed that the Google Phone is for real. But she downplayed the much-anticipated device, saying it was just one of 18 R&D initiatives Google is currently funding. But which device is it?

Google's chief executive in Spain and Portugal, Isabel Aguilera, this week confirmed that the Google Phone is for real. But she downplayed the much-anticipated device, saying it was just one of 18 R&D initiatives Google is currently funding. But which device is it?Did Aguilera confirm the Samsung Google Phone, the handset Google is supposedly developing for carrier Orange, or the Wi-Fi device Google is reportedly building with Microsoft and Dell?

According to all the rumors out there, Google could have its hands on as many as three different mobile or wireless devices. Maybe it's working on more wireless gadgets than that. Right now, we know of at least one for sure.

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