Next Samsung Unpacked set for CTIA on October 11th

Next Samsung Unpacked set for CTIA on October 11th
The next Samsung Unpacked event is now set for October 11th, which happens to be the opening day for the upcoming CTIA show in San Diego. The one major announcement that Verizon customers have been waiting for is the introduction of the Google Nexus Prime aka the Samsung DROID Prime aka the device that made Big Red reject the Samsung Galaxy S II. And the excitement over that device is not limited to Verizon customers as a GSM variant is widely expected after an exclusivity period for Verizon ends.

Although it is not due until the first half of 2012, perhaps some more information about the Samsung Galaxy S III will come out at the event. As we reported, an anonymous 4Chan poster who saw images of the phone left a memorable run down of the amazing specs that could be on the handset. More likely, though, with the speculation of a November 3rd launch of the Google Nexus Prime for Verizon, it is probable that we will be getting more info about that beast.

The Google Nexus Prime is supposedly equipped with a 4.65 inch screen with 720 x 1280 resolution, a dual-core 1.5GHz processor and 1GB of RAM. 16GB of storage can be bumped up to as much as 48GB using a microSD card while a 2000mAh battery powers the device. Of course, Ice Cream Sandwich is expected to run the show.

Samsung released a free app for its last Unpacked event in Berlin during the IFA. We would imagine that the Korean based manufacturer will do so again for this upcoming event, shortly.

via: Phandroid

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