Samsung to show off Nexus Prime at Oct. 11 event?
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The CTIA 2011 fall show is a couple of weeks away, but Samsung has already created a buzz with an invite it sent out last night for an October 11 event in San Diego.
The invitation notes that we’ll get to see “what’s new from Android,” which certainly isn’t anything out of the ordinary. Samsung is no stranger to pumping out Android devices. What’s interesting to note, however, is that Samsung dubbed the event the “Google Episode,” which might lead one to believe that we’ll see a pure Google experience phone. Something like, oh I don’t know, the Nexus Prime with Ice Cream Sandwich?
The long-rumored Nexus Prime is said to be the first smartphone to run the newest version of the Android operating system and would fit it in the October/November release time frame given by Google’s Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt earlier this month.
As for the handset’s specs, the Nexus Prime is believed to have a Super AMOLED HD display, a 1.2GHz o… [Read more]
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