Google Nexus Prime by Samsung

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  • NothingElse

    I wanna have that phone!

    • http://www.theandroidsoul.com/ Kapil

      Me too :D

      It’s so mouth-watering device — hope it launches soon globally, as promised, in November.

  • Alec Ritter

    The screen is said to be at least 4.5 inches (11.4 cm) :)

    • http://www.theandroidsoul.com/ Kapil

      Latest rumors point it to be 4.6 inches… you liking it?

    • NothingElse

      4.65 inches – final screen size :)

  • Anonymous

    Doubt the Nexus One and Nexus S are getting Android 4.0 since Google plans on removing the 4 menu buttons in 4.0 and that would just make the old Nexi look stupid for having buttons that no longer work.

    • http://www.theandroidsoul.com/ Kapil

      We’ll see but it’s possible Google develops Android 4.0 in a way that allows manufacturers to update their with-buttons phones with Android 4.0 seamlessly.

      I’m sure Google won’t do anything which would hinder updating with-buttons and otherwise eligible phones with Ice Cream Sandwich.

  • anthony909

    I am defiantly waiting for this one, i’m currently using an HTC Evo and I am happy with it but I always like to be up to date with my phone.  I really hope this phone gets released on Sprint, I was hoping HTC would build the new Nexus because I heard some pretty bad reviews on the Nexus S but i’m hoping for the best.

    • http://www.theandroidsoul.com/ Kapil

      Nope, Nexus S is a cool phone that’s impressing the android hardcores
      pretty well even in the age of dual-core phones. personally, i prefer
      Samsung’s slim and light weight phones instead of HTC’s bulky aluminium
      front phones, but I know, not everybody is sold on that and but it’s pretty
      much safe to say, HTC’s phone aren’t in that much demand now thanks to
      Samsung phones with super AMOLED screen and extremely fast processor.

      Anyway, if you are planning to upgrade, you’ve your eyes set on right phone,
      whoever makes it — that said, I am hoping Samsung makes it: 1.5 GHz
      dual-core Exynos processor with MALI-400 GPU, 8-8.5 mm thick, No Touchwiz
      (since it’s a nexus), 8 MP cam, 2 MP cam in front, 4.5 inch Super AMOLED HD
      screen protected with gorilla glass, and NFC besides WiFi, A-GPS, etc. that
      would be dream phone even without a quad-core processor.

      • anthony909

        Yea I am really excited about the new Nexus, any idea of a release date?  My only gripe about changing over from an Evo is when I took a look at the Nexus S I noticed that the menu and home buttons were in the opposite locations as my phone, I think the button positions should be standardized across all Android phones.

        Learning the new button locations will take some getting used to as its programmed in my muscly memory but its hardly a deal breaker.

        • http://www.theandroidsoul.com/ Kapil

          Yes, standardization of buttons would be good. But, since android is open
          source, each company is independent to use its own layout, and moreover
          choice to use 3 or 4 butons is thertheirs too… sad it may sound, bit it’s
          not actually.

          But, I guess when you buy a new phone, finding sth changed and adjusting
          with that is also a part of fun and joy of new phone. I hv used Galaxy S,
          Incredible S and Arc and none of them have same layout compared to each
          other, but it was fun (at least to me) even though some errors followed for
          a day or two initially.

  • Anonymous

    This is the phone for me…. even if it does mean waiting another six months or so… and I will be due a contract upgrade by then! :)

    Awesome specification!

    • http://www.theandroidsoul.com/ Kapil

      I am already saving for it, btw. Gonna buy it unlocked :)

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