Samsung Nexus Prime Rumored on Verizon, Coming on November 3rd

September 19, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Sammy fans can now look forward to something inspiring. The Samsung Nexus Prime, one of the most discussed devices in the tech world, will be seen in November on Verizon.

If you remember, we had earlier brought you loads of info on the smartphone, its features, carriers and the like. The phone is believed to be the first to come powered by Google’s Android Ice Cream Sandwich.

It seems that whatever we heard on this phone is turning true. In addition, Google chairman Eric Schmidt has also stated that their latest OS Android 4.0 will be introduced in October or in November.

 

 

The smartphone was earlier spotted with a Wi-Fi certification. Also, a blank page on the company website some time ago had dropped hints of an impending arrival. The grapevine now has it that the Nexus Prime will strike Verizon on November 3rd.

The LTE support for the phone is also a hot topic of discussion of late. A few details tweeted claim  that the handset will be launched on the day of Batman creator Bob Kane’s death.

The device is rumored to sport a 4.65-inch screen with 1280 x 720 resolution, a TI dual core OMAP processor, 1GB RAM, dual cameras – an 8 megapixel rear shooter and a front facing 2 megapixel snapper and much more. It might also come with NFC, MHL and HDMI support and believes to be 8.8 mm thin.

If the launch date turns true, then the chances of seeing the Apple iPhone 5 along with the Samsung Nexus Prime are less.

Going by what we hear, we feel the chances of Nexus Prime being seen on Verizon on November 3 are fairly large. We are waiting for that day to dawn.

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