Whenever a new mobile phone is about to be released, the information regarding it can sometimes be a bit sketchy. Some mobile phone makers like to put small bits of information out at a time while others like to full disclosure. The former is the case for the upcoming new Nexus Prime. Some have even hinted that the name might even change to the Galaxy Nexus prior to its official release.
According to information sources, the Nexus Prime will be unique in comparison to previous Android Phones. This will be the first phone to use Android’s new 4.0 operating system that has been code named Ice Cream Sandwich. The screen is reported to be fairly large measure 4.5 inches although some reports suggest it might be a bit larger measuring 4.65 inches. The screen will feature curved glass which will help provide a greater degree of privacy when users view their screen. The Super AMOLED screen will have a 720p resolution. The pixilation is reported to be 480 x 800 pixels.
Some say that with the hoopla of the iPhone 4 diminishing, the Nexus Prime might just be able to begin when Apple left off. Many point out that this phone release will account for a great portion of those Android fans. Also, many are still disappointed over the iPhone 5 not being released. Not only is there excitement over Android’s new OS but the other impressive features of the Nexus Prime. For instance the RAM is 1GB with the TI OMAP 4460 dual core A9 processor working at 1.2GHz. The phone will come with 32 GB of storage. It also has two cameras in it. One is front facing with 1.3 megapixels and is able to record HD video. The second camera is rear facing with a resolution of 5 megapixels. Another exciting aspect of the Nexus Prime is that is also features the cutting edge Near Field Communication (NFC) technology.
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