While we’re still waiting for Google and Samsung to officially introduce the Nexus Prime (this will happen tonight), NTT DoCoMo has announced on Twitter that it’s going to be among the first carriers to offer the new smartphone.
Reportedly, the largest Japanese mobile operator will sell the Google Nexus Prime starting November. And that’s all that the carrier has unveiled.
DoCoMo didn’t provide any photos of the Nexus Prime, but it did show images of the already-seen Samsung Galaxy S II LTE, another new Android smartphone that it’s going to launch “in November or December”:
You can see DoCoMo’s Galaxy S II LTE here. As for the Nexus Prime, we’ll bring more details about it as soon as it’s finally presented by Google and Samsung.
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