confirming the Nexus Prime handset (and its much-argued name) and that the device would be "coming sooner than you think." This lines up nicely with an announcement expected in the next 2-3 weeks.
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My Droid World forums for putting out an app with the new wallpapers. If you're not keen on a new app just to display some shiny JPEGs, we've extracted them all and posted them in a gallery below - no install necessary.
Nexus Prime, there's at least one possible new release date. A forum member claiming to be a Verizon insider says that the next Android superphone will be announced on November 3rd along with Ice Cream Sandwich. The informant is anonymous, so as always, take the info with a grain of salt.
awesome render we saw last week of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Nexus, or Nexus Prime, whatever you'd like to call it. Using the image from the Samsung CTIA teaser video and making it unique with all the information from recent Samsung Nexus and Ice Cream Sandwich leaks.
Samsung Nexus Prime/Galaxy Nexus rumors is its eye-popping 4.65-inch, 1280 x 720 display. If you're the kind of Android user whose small digits quaver at a screen that size, fear not: a reddit user going by the name of "thantik" has drawn up a quick schematic illustrating the need for an extra .35-inches. The bonus space may be reserved for Android's navigation buttons, which will soon be migrating to the phone screen.
the FCC's wireless certification process. What's confusing about it is that this particular model features a GSM radio with wireless bands for both AT&T and T-Mobile. According to all the leaks and rumors heard thus far, the Nexus Prime was supposed to be a Verizon exclusive - that was thought to be part of the reason the carrier was the only one in the United States to pass up on the Samsung Galaxy S II.
Nexus Prime video was leaked, then the Nexus Prime and ICS launch event was canceled (possible on the 27th now), and in general the news just keeps getting better for Android fans.
Samsung Nexus and Ice Cream Sandwich. It appears a few are out in the wild and the leaks are finally starting to flood in so prepare for a few crazy days. Obviously there will be tons of changes and new apps, features in Google's Ice Cream Sandwich but a few that are already leaking have just hit the wires. We have a new Google+ application, version 2.0, with a few changes, then a brand new Google Music app too. More details and download links below.
booted out of CTIA on October the 11th. According to an anonymous source from The Next Web, that event has been moved back to October 27th, possibly set at a London venue. At the time of writing, there is no confirmation from either Samsung or Google.