Is A Samsung-made Nexus Prime Coming In October?

By 08:16 Mon, 12 Jul 2021 Comments

The rumors that Samsung will be producing the next generation Google phone are heating up. Today's edition recommends that the next Google phone, the Nexus Prime, will launch in October and will be the first device to run Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.

Reportedly, it will pack a 4.5" classy screen with 720p resolution - probably the recent generation SuperAMOLEDs we heard of yesterday. If that's true, it will mean going back to PenTile matrixes.

Rumors go on to say that the Nexus Prime will be powered by a chipset that will create even the Galaxy S II see slow - a 1.5Giga Hertz (GHz) dual-core processor and a PowerVR SGX540 GPU running at a higher clock speed than we've ever seen so far.

Samsung is already teasing their Berlin Unpacked event, which will precede IFA. It's expected that they'll show the I9250 - supposedly a Android Ice Cream Sandwich phone with a 4.65" classy screen with 720p resolution.

This sounds very much in line with the Nexus Prime - and if it's not Prime itself, it might be Samsung's own version of the phone (like how Nexus S/Galaxy S were). Also, a September announcement and an October launch seem good.

The acquisition of Motorola by Google hasn’t gone through yet, so it's not strange that another company is making the next Nexus. Things might see differently when the time comes to create a successor to the Nexus Prime.

We can't wait for the Berlin Unpacked and IFA, when we should acquire a clearer picture.

Source (in Korean)



Related Article



Please LOGIN or REGISTER To Gain Full Access To This Article