The rumored Google Nexus Prime, which is supposed to be the world’s third Google-branded smartphone, may become available in about two months from now. Korean website ET News is reporting that Google plans to launch the new Nexus in October, with local carriers (including SK Telecom) apparently wanting to offer it to their customers.
The Nexus Prime will likely be the first smartphone to run Android Ice Cream Sandwich. It remains to be seen if it’s manufactured by Samsung, or another company (Motorola, anyone?). Specs-wise, the Prime should offer a 4.5 inch Super AMOLED HD display (1280 x 720 pixels) and a dual-core 1.5GHz processor.
For the moment, there are no images to show the Nexus Prime (this above is just the Nexus S), so we have no idea what it will look like. But “big” is probably a good guess.
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