One week this Tuesday we’re likely to see the Nexus Prime revealed officially at Mobile Unpacked, and the specs will either gratify or bring sadness to those of you awaiting more confirmation. Rumors have been pretty weak other than the odd leaked screen and rumored apps for the installed software.
This article has taken a look at the connections between Nexus Prime, Android 4.0, and the Google browser “Chrome”. We don’t agree with all their points, especially when it comes to the possibility that the Prime will not have a HD screen, and when we see other phones like the HTC Vigor getting HD screen confirmation. Add that to one developer already getting a quick hands-on with the device, and stating it had a HD display, although just a rumor it is pretty obvious they’re wrong there.
The Nexus Prime will also make the biggest competitor to Apple’s new iPhone 5, although some of our readers will see the Prime as a better handset from the rumored specs for far.
The Nexus Prime deal breaker – We want to know what your most significant Nexus Prime specs are, the ones that will make it a deal breaker, meaning without them you’ll choose something else. We’ve already heard that a high definition screen is essential to some people, including us, but what else do you need the Nexus Prime to have for it to be in the running for your money? Another feature we’d like to see is a micro SD card slot or at least large storage. Hit the comments and let us know.
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