We're getting to that time again, the time when the rumor-mill is in full swing, and talk of a new Google Nexus phone is already reaching fever pitch. It's almost certain that Samsung will once again be the hardware partner of choice for the Android masters, despite the Nexus S not quite taking the world by storm.
Well, we knew it wasn't going to be too far off, and it has now been all but confirmed that Samsung and Google will join forces on October 19th to announce the elusive Nexus Prime handset along with the big G's latest version of Android, codenamed Ice Cream Sandwich.
An all-new video has popped up on the internetz today which apparently shows the Google Nexus Prime with Android Ice Cream Sandwich running on top.
With the dust barely settles after Apple announced the new iPhone, or iPhone 4S as it's known to its friends, the Android world is getting ready to take its moment in the spotlight.
According to a new report, the next flagship Android smartphone - which has been given the name Nexus Prime - will be called DROID Prime and it will be releasing exclusively for Verizon Wireless.
Samsung appears to have unknowingly confirmed the existence of their upcoming Google Experience superphone Nexus Prime in an official cease & desist email.
According to a new report published today, Google will be launching the first Android 4.0 “Ice Cream Sandwich” powered devices this October, bringing their debut date right alongside the iPhone 5.
Rumors surrounding the successor to the Nexus S are heating up! A report from BGR claims that the superphone will...