Verizon said to get Google Nexus Prime first with October or November launch speculated
According to Kyle, the first Ice Cream Sandwich flavored phone will debut on Verizon, although there was no word about the rumored exclusivity period that Big Red had been expected to receive for the device. The launch is supposed to take place in late October or early November. And Kyle was able to confirm some of the specs for the handset including the dual-core TI OMAP chip under the hood (expected to be the OMAP 4460) and the support for NFC, HDMI and MHL on the model. There will be two cameras on board, one on back and one on front coming in at 8MP and 2MP respectively. Android 4.0 was not yet ready, so the demo ran Android 2.3.4.
As we reported earlier, the Google Nexus Prime is expected to replace the Samsung Droid Charge and become the carrier's flagship Android phone for this holiday season, and there is still a chance that Verizon will call this the DROID Prime.
source: TheDroidGuy via AndroidandMe