Google has no plans to launch more mobile phones, CEO Eric Schmidt said in an interview with the UK’s Daily Telegraph. It’s first phone, the Nexus One, was built to help get the Android operating system off the ground. Schmidt said the phone was “so successful, we didn’t have to do a second one”, and he told the company’s board the group would stop producing phones. Schmidt said the company is thinking of a similar plan to launch its Chrome OS for computers later this year. However, the company has a “couple of hardware partners all lined up”, and Schmidt expects launching the company’s own computer won’t be necessary. “Let’s see how well those partners do first. My guess is we won’t need to,” he said. “The PC industry is different from the phone industry. The PC industry is used to working with Microsoft, whereas the mobile industry was not used to working with software.”