Nexus Prime could be the 1st phone to Serve Android’s Ice Cream Sandwich

Google is planning to roll out Android 4.0 to compete with Apple’s Iphone-5 and it seems like Google is in a bit of a rush. Source say that Google is planning to launch an ICS powered phone in October and Nexus 3 or Nexus Prime could be the 1st phone to serve Ice Cream Sandwich.

Rumors are The Nexus Prime is will  feature a 4.5-inch touch screen display, (or, if previous rumors are to be believed, an even bigger one at 4.65-inch), 1,280 x 720 resolution, and Android’s Ice Cream Sandwich, Google’s latest mobile platform expected to unify smartphone and tablet OS experience in the Android universe.

According to a report in Korea’s Electronic Times, the insiders are pointing out an October launch for the Samsung handset. It will apparently rock a 4.5-inch HD AMOLED display and a 1.5GHz dual core processor, which squares mighty nicely with previous reports.


Samsung has scheduled a special unpacked event for September 1, at IFA 2011,

If Samsung is making the Nexus 3 or Nexus Prime and if Google I planning to roll out ICS in the coming months then we might see the Nexus Prime in this special media event.

All this is being done to make sure that ICS is out in the market in October and is able to compete with Apple’s much awaited Iphone 5 which is rumored to be launching in October too.

It is also being said that Nexus prime is spotted by Verizon’s officials but there are no leaked images this time.

If all this is true then we can expect clash of the titans in October itself.

[via BGR]

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