Now with the highly successful Nexus S creating a fortune for Google, the company has decided to bring out another variant in the Google Nexus series. Rumours are going around the internet about the possibility of an upcoming Nexus model from Google and now it is almost confirmed. After several speculations and heated online discussions finally we have some details of the upcoming Smartphone from Google. The Smartphone is christened Google Nexus Prime.
The Nexus line was originally designed by Google keeping in mind the impatient users who just cannot wait to get their phones updated with the latest OS. The Nexus Prime is expected to be running the latest and upcoming Android OS named the Ice cream Sandwich. The phone is expected to be designed and manufactured by Google"s trusted partner Samsung Mobiles.
Various specs of the phone have been in the rumour stage for so long and now we have some confirmation regarding several of these. The Nexus Prime will be available by mid 2012 and will feature either a 1.2 GHz or a 1.5 GHz superfast processor and will be coupled to a 1 GB RAM so that there is no starving for memory by apps and games.
The Nexus Prime will feature a large AMOLED capacitive touch screen based display that is also capable of supporting high definition content playback.
The phone is expected to provide top class entertainment and multimedia facilities like Music Player, Video player, FM Radio and Universal Audio jack. It will have support for a number of well known media files including high definition h263 and h264 video formats.
The phone will come equipped with a super high clarity rear camera in addition to a front camera that will facilitate video calling.
On the communication and connectivity front, the phone will be equipped with all the latest features like 3G, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and much more.
The notable features of the Google Nexus Prime are:
- Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS
- 3G, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi
- AMOLED screen
- 8 Mega Pixel rear camera Java support
Any further details of the phone are not currently available and we might have to wait a bit more to find out how much the device would cost.