The Nexus Prime could be taller than the Samsung Galaxy S2, if a leaked snap of what’s being claimed is Google’s upcoming smartie is to be trusted.
The image, which shows the top edge of a curved handset concealed behind a Galaxy S2, may be the hotly awaited Nexus threequel that has been doing the rounds on the rumour mill lately.
Leaked specs suggest the Nexus S successor will be home to a 4.65-inch Super AMOLED HD panel, compared to the Galaxy S2’s 4.3-inch number. If true, a slightly taller design would not be the least bit surprising.
It’s also expected to rock a 1.5GHz dual core processor, 1GB of RAM and a revamped five-megapixel snapper with HD recording skills. More importantly, it will be the first smartphone powered by the tasty new Ice Cream Sandwich iteration of Android.
Google has yet to officially announce the handset, let alone a launch date. However, recent rumours suggest it is likely to land in early November, dovetailing neatly with chairman Eric Schmidt's announcement that Ice Cream Sandwich will also be rolled out sometime in October or November.
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