In a few hours (about three from when this post is being written), Samsung and Google will finally unveil Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and the Galaxy Nexus, the next developer-friendly device to run ‘pure’ Android.
But if you want to see the back side of the Galaxy Nexus in an official picture even before that, your wish has come true. See, we’ve had leaked images showing the Galaxy Nexus before, one even earlier today. Yet none clearly showed the phone’s back. Until now, that is.
What you’ve feasted your eyes upon above comes, get this, from Samsung’s own website. This screenshot was sent to Droid Life after someone went searching for the Galaxy Nexus at Samsung. And that image on what’s basically a placeholder page is what the results returned. Pretty cool. Oh, and this also confirms yet again that Verizon will be the carrier to sell the superphone in the US.
And this once and for all ends the hubbub about what this device will be called. It’s not Nexus Prime, it’s Galaxy Nexus. If you’re interested in the specs, don’t forget that a full list of those was leaked earlier today, so go check that out. Otherwise, stick around, because in a few hours we’ll tell you all there is to know about Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and the Samsung Galaxy Nexus.
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