Confirmed: Next flagship Android phone to be called Nexus Prime

Confirmed: Next flagship Android phone to be called Nexus Prime
Samsung has confirmed the existence of the Nexus Prime smartphone.

The company has uploaded the User Agent Profile file for a device dubbed "Nexus Prime," long rumored to be the first Android phone with Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0.



For those keeping count, the device now officially known as Nexus Prime is the "GT-I9250."

The GT-I9250 is currently in the process of getting both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth certifications, and launch date is expected in late November.

Samsung's UAP shows a 480 x 800 WVGA resolution screen and an ARM11 processor but those are likely not accurate.



Written by: Andre Yoskowitz @ 6 Sep 2011 22:37
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  • 5 comments
  • lamain

    I hope it is good enough to be my next upgrade from the nexus one.

    6.9.2011 22:49 #1

  • devo229 (unverified)

    Originally posted by lamain: I hope it is good enough to be my next upgrade from the nexus one. I do also. Will be the first phone to come out worthy of replacing my N1

    7.9.2011 04:12 #2

  • xtago

    I'd say the G1 or G2 (with NFC) would be better phones.

    7.9.2011 06:27 #3

  • plutonash

    If samsung is making this, I doubt they would release a low resolution phone for their next big debut. It would be interesting to see if this phone is buttonless.

    "Cable thief is a victimless crime."

    7.9.2011 10:26 #4

  • A5J4DX

    better be good

    7.9.2011 18:50 #5

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