Handling the Samsung Nexus Prime

This week we’ve heard a few Samsung Nexus Prime rumors that the sources can be named, although you’ll be lucky to find a lot of official information at this time. We know the Nexus Prime, aka new Google phone, could be the unnamed device being unpacked at CTIA 2011, and also could be the finalist in an award at the same event, although this news is still unconfirmed.

Samsung are being very secretive about this release and playing the Apple close protection game, which has worked well for them over the years, although the user and news writer cannot help but get excited over each rumor that breaks, especially when someone may have a device in their hands.

This is just what this article is claiming, explaining a 4Chan member has the Samsung Nexus Prime in their hands, and have given it a quick review. What makes this story even more interesting is they say a representative from Samsung handed them the Nexus Prime. The main problem with 4Chan is they like to be secretive too, and the users usually hide their identity.

If this story turns out to be more fact than fiction, taking everything with a pinch of salt here, then we must remember that they also state the apparent “Prime” is a beta version, according to the source.

The community user said that the new Google phone they got features a dual core 1.5Ghz processor, 16GB of storage, 1280×720 HD display / Super AMOLED at 4.65-inches. Are you still pretty hyped about the Samsung Nexus Prime, and how sure are you about buying it?

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Written by Daniel Chubb

Daniel is the CEO of Dansway Communications LTD and founder of; a top blog dedicated to breaking tech news, hands-on reviews and delivers real solutions to everyday consumer electronics hang-ups.

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