Support page for the Samsung GT-I9250 spotted, is it the Google Nexus Prime?

Support page for the Samsung GT-I9250 spotted, is it the Google Nexus Prime?
A "support" web page for the Samsung GT-I9250 has been discovered. That model number has been rumored to be the Google Nexus Prime, supposedly being launched by T-Mobile. But as we reported Monday, Verizon is expected to be the first carrier to launch an Ice Cream Sandwich powered device with a variant of the Nexus Prime called the Samsung DROID Prime (SCH-i515). Expected to be released as soon as October, this will undoubtedly be Verizon's Android flagship phone for the holidays.

Although the carrier situation is confusing, the specs are pretty much solid. The display is expected to be 4.5 or 4.65 inches with resolution of 720p. Under the hood, a dual-core 1.5GHz processor will be driving the device with Android's new Ice Cream Sandwich OS build installed.

While the "support" page for the GT-I9250 doesn't reveal much in the way of information, the combination of the page being live and the recent Wi-Fi certification of the handset leads us to believe that a launch of the phone is not too far away.

source: AndroidGuys



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