The Nexus Prime leaks are coming fast and furious on the lead-up to Samsung's Mobile Unbox event on Tuesday. BGR has a source that lays out all of the juicy details on Google's next developer phone, including that it will be exclusive to Verizon Wireless in the United States. The details line up with what we've seen rumored over the last few weeks, except that the source claims the official name for the phone is the "Galaxy Nexus".
According to the anonymous source, the Nexus Prime has a 4.65-inch screen with a resolution of 1280 x 720, giving it a sky-high PPI value of 320. The panel will of course use Samsung's Super AMOLED + technology, and feature the same concave glass surface as the Nexus S. Processing power comes from a 1.2Ghz dual-core TI chip, and the phone has a huge 32GB storage capacity with a full 1 GB or RAM. In Verizon's case an LTE 4G radio will offer speedy downloads. All this powers the newest version of Android, Ice Cream Sandwich. Unfortunately, no price details have been leaked.
Other more mundane details include a 1750 mAh battery, NFC capability, a rear camera of "just" 5 megapixels and a 1.3 megapixel front-facing camera. The Nexus Prime will get the now-standard 1080p video recording. The phone is being listed at just 9mm thick, presumably not including the bend seen in Samsung's teaser video. These specifications are from an anonymous tipster and have not been confirmed - be sure to check Android Community on Tuesday, October 11th for the official unveiling at CTIA.