The Samsung Galaxy Nexus was previously known as the Droid Prime, the Nexus Prime, and Galaxy prime before it was officially confirmed as the Galaxy Nexus by Verizon. Today, we saw an interesting flyer of the Galaxy Nexus referring to it as the Nexus Prime 4G LTE. It was also weird that Best Buy was comparing them to the Galaxy S II models on AT&T and Sprint, when in reality the Galaxy Nexus isn’t part of the Galaxy S II series.
Specs wise, the Galaxy Nexus spots a 4.65 HD display, 1 GB of RAM, a dual-core 1.2 GHz processor, 16 GB or 32 GB of internal storage, HSPA+ and LTE support, and Android 4.0.
Best Buy spends tons of money to promote their smartphones, but in this ad they have either gotten the name incorrect and have done a poor job of advertising, or the name has changed and we didn’t know it yet. We still do not have a set release date from Verizon even after a month has already passed since the phone has been initially revealed and has been available in Europe for a couple of days now. We will keep you updated on the stats of the Galaxy Nexus.
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