Samsung has (accidentally?) confirmed the name of Google’s next Android smartphone – which, as previously heard, will be called Nexus Prime.
What’s weird is that, according to Nexus Prime’s UAProf (see it here), the smartphone has exactly the same features as the old Nexus S (you can see its UAProf here), including a WVGA display. But I assume Samsung just forgot to update the profile with the new specs, which should include an HD (1280 x 720) display.
The Google Nexus Prime is expected to be released in the US first, in October, via Verizon Wireless (which will call it Droid Prime). It should be the world’s first smartphone to run Android Ice Cream Sandwich.
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