We have heard non-stop rumors about the Nexus Prime and Android ICS the past few days. We saw a possible video of ICS yesterday and the ICS versions of Google Music and Google+ were both leaked and now are available for download. The latest bit of information comes from an FCC filing of a GSM Nexus Prime.
The GT-i9250 includes GSM bands that support both AT&T and T-Mobile’s network, although it is unlikely that this specific GSM Nexus Prime is heading to either AT&T or T-Mobile. Verizon is expected to sell the Nexus Prime exclusively for a certain period of time, which we have yet to see an FCC filing for. Although, I do think that the Nexus Prime will head to T-Mobile and AT&T like the Nexus S did for Sprint and AT&T, this GSM Nexus Prime is most likely for the Galaxy Nexus, which is expected to launch soon in Europe, and for other versions around the world. This could also be the unlocked version of the Nexus Prime.
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