Samsung video hints at Nexus Prime

Samsung has released a promotional video of what appears to be the Nexus Prime

October 6, 2011
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Less than a day after Apple unveiled their new iPhone 4S model, Samsung has released a promotional video informing users that, “Something big is coming,” on October 11 at a Samsung event in San Diego.

The video shows the side profile of a phone that appears to have a curved form factor, with a three pin dock connector and power button along the side of the phone.

The Google and Samsung logos are also present in the video, which hints that the announcement may detail the Nexus Prime; Google’s next Samsung built Android smartphone set to run the “Ice Cream Sandwich” version of the popular Android operating system.

Samsung recently unveiled a handset with a 4.65-inch Super AMOLED screen sporting a 1280 x 720 resolution, named the Galaxy S II HD LTE, which could sport similar specifications to the rumoured Nexus Prime if the previous Galaxy S and Nexus S phones are anything to go by.

Read the full story over at: This is my Next.

Tags: Android, Android Ice Cream Sandwich, Apple, Apple iPhone 4S, Google, Google Nexus Prime, Samsung, Samsung Galaxy S 2

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