The Samsung GT-I9250 aka the Nexus Prime, received its WiFi certification today, meaning nothing more than that it exists and could be on schedule for a late fall, early winter release. Rumored to have a an HD (1280×720) screen measuring in at around 4.5″ (possibly 4.65″) while sporting a next-gen 1.5GHz dual-core processor, this phone can easily be called the “must have” Android phone of 2011 for any mobile enthusiast. It is expected (rumored) to be headed to Verizon and also as the first device to run Ice Cream Sandwich – the version of Android that will blend together the best pieces of tablets and phones.
With Big Red reportedly passing on the Galaxy S II, the Bionic receiving mixed signals from fans, and the HTC Vigor more than likely running a skinned version of Android, this may be the phone to hold out for.
Via: Wi-Fi.org, Ameblo