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teaser video giving us our first glance at the new Samsung Nexus Prime or whatever the smartphone will be called. Teasing us that "Something BIG is coming" at CTIA next week. Today they've updated the video with a slight change at the end, mentioning that curved display and more.
Samsung's teaser video showing (what's almost certainly, definitely, probably) the Nexus Prime in a quick flash. Now filmmaker and Android enthusiast Joe Lancaster has put forth an interesting hypothesis: the Nexus Prime will dock with a companion Samsung tablet, a la the upcoming Asus Padfone. Lancaster has a modified image from the teaser video to back up his claims.
the Nexus Prime, just posted this YouTube video featuring 27 seconds of boring and three seconds of jaw-dropping wow. At the end of the ad is what appears to be a profile view of the upcoming superphone, just before a plug for Samsung's Mobile Unpacked event at CTIA.
If rumors are to be believed, the Nexus Prime is only days away from its debut at the Samsung Mobile Unpacked Event. If you just can't wait until then (and who can?) an anonymous tipster has posted what is purported to be the very first photo of Samsung's new Google hero device. Details are pretty spare, but the small photo shows a 720p display and Ice Cream Sandwich software buttons.
Samsung Galaxy Note is coming in a lot faster than we expected. In a press release Samsung announced that the Galaxy Note is headed for the white cliffs of Dover on November 17th, just ten weeks after the device's premiere at IFA in Berlin. The phone will be available at retailers across the UK and Ireland.
This is the Samsung Galaxy S II. There are many like it, but AT&T customers, this one is yours. The carrier is now officially selling the phone on its website. They initially announced a September 18th release date for the much-anticipated superphone, so they're only a little late.
in the hands of the FCC. The hardware they're looking at has an HSPA+ radio for AT&T's wireless frequencies, and that's the first solid evidence yet that Samsung's uber-phone is coming to these United States.
has outed its latest mobile processor, the Exynos 4212, a dual-core chip based on 32nm build processes and running at a hefty 1.5GHz. The successor to the much-loved 1.2GHz SoC inside the Galaxy S II, the new Exynos 4212 has apparently been designed with 3D graphics as its focus, with developers Gameloft onboard with some custom titles to demonstrate its merit. Samsung hasn't said which devices the 4212 will appear in first, but it's worth noting that the two LTE smartphones it announced last week for South Korea both use 1.5GHz chips. The Galaxy S II LTE and Galaxy S II HD LTE promise an extra jolt of performance to keep up with the high-speed 4G connection. However, with a Samsung event announced for October 11, we wouldn't be surprised to see the Exynos 4212 turn up in the rumored Samsung Nexus Prime. We'll know for sure when we head over to see what Samsung and Google have up their collective sleeves in a couple of weeks time. [via SlashGear]