Away from all the news and speculation about the next iPhone, those of us who are more concerned with our Android devices the Google Nexus Prime is high on the wish lists. The handset is expected to be unveiled a week today but currently not too much is known about the device. Today though some Nexus Prime specs and live images leak.
GSM Arena has got hold of an exclusive image of the Nexus Prime that also confirms some important specifications for the upcoming device. The display is confirmed as an HD Super AMOLED at 720p measuring 4.6-inches in size.
The image shows a pixel density of more than 320ppi, and is thought the handset will have the usual 1280 x 720 pixel screen. It is also not currently known if the Samsung Nexus Prime display will be using the PenTile matrix. The display does look impressive though with the letters on the screen being really clear.
Meanwhile the new handset will also have no physical keys on the front, but as the Nexus Prime will be running Android Ice Cream Sandwich it won’t need any for UI navigation. The Google Nexus Prime looks to be a serious rival to whatever Apple announces later today at its press event. Android fans really do have some serious devices in the pipeline.
The company will be showcasing the device at next week’s Samsung Mobile Unpacked 2011 event at CITA, and by then we will have the details about the impressive looking device. Earlier today we told you the device could be getting Google Chrome, as rumors are suggesting the browser is finally coming to Android.
Do you like what you know of the Nexus Prime so far?
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