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Published On: Sat, Sep 17th, 2011

Samsung GT-I9250 and Google Nexus Prime with Ice Cream Sandwich OS Firmware Launched

Androids are gaining the market share with passage of every minute. Samsung Galaxy S II is a brand launch in the world of Android Smartphones. Normally the Google’s owned Smartphones are manufactured in collaboration with top phone manufacturer. These handsets are always a center of attraction due to their high-end specifications and highly effective operating system. The release of Ice Cream Sandwich OS is very near and we expect it soon along with Nexus Prime mobile phone.

The Google next Smartphone would be the Nexus Prime that will be launched this year in the month of October. The interesting fact about this smart device is that, it would be the very first device to have the latest Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system powered by Google.

Our un-official sources confirm that Google Nexus Prime will be supported by a 1.5 GHz dual core processor along with PowerVR SGX540 GPU that would easily overlook the Galaxy S II device. It will be having a 4.5 inches screen with a cool SuperAMOLED touch screen display.

On the other hand, Samsung is planning to launch GT I 9250 Smartphone. There are some very strong rumors about Samsung GT-I 9250 being confirmed as the Google Nexus Prime. However, we do not have any official confirmation on the specifications of this Smartphone but we have managed to get a sneak preview into features of this phone.

Google seems to be in mood of bringing more carriers this time and the confirmed flagships are AT & T, T-Mobile, Verizon and Sprint. We also received a confirmation that Nexus Prime would be equipped with a 5-mega pixel camera (with 1080p HD video recording) on the backside and 1 mega pixel front-camera for 3G calls and video chatting.

The Nexus Prime would be one of the Smartphone what will be watched out for sure during its launch. Samsung Galaxy Note might give a tough competition. We expect Samsung Galaxy Note to arrive in December 2011.

Only the time will deliver the final verdict. Meanwhile we can wait and watch.  


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