Oh, Samsung, you know how to time this, don’t you? Just a day after the underwhelming (according to the majority of you) iPhone 4S announcement yesterday, comes a video teaser of what looks like the Samsung Nexus Prime. “Something BIG is coming,” says Samsung, but at the end we have both the Samsung and Google logos making it all the more possible.
The Nexus Prime was previously said to have a 4.6” display with an HD resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels. Technically, though, the actually usable space might be slightly less, with some speculations mentioning 4.3”, hence a slight difference in the pixel count we saw leak in a screenshot yesterday.
This could be due to the lack of physical buttons on the screen as well. The bottom part of it then could be reserved for the navigation buttons in Android Ice Cream Sandwich, which are expected to mimic the ones on Honeycomb.
These are all guesses, though, what we know from the official teaser is that the Nexus Prime looks even more concave than the Nexus S, and it’s definitely got us intrigued. Mark October 11th on your calendars - that’s when the new Samsung Nexus Prime will probably make a debut at CTIA in San Diego, and it promises to be big.