A device with the model number Samsung GT-I9250 just passed through Wi-Fi certification today, and as reported by droid-life it could have been the Samsung Nexus Prime receiving a certification. There is not much detail about the device other than the model number, but now we are sure that there exists a secret device inside Samsung’s base camp.
Google Nexus S was officially launched last year which was launched as successor to Nexus One, and it was also the first one to run on Gingerbread a.k.a Android 2.3. In USA, T-Mobile was the first carrier to officially launch it and then few months ago, Sprint launched its 4G version. We heard back in February that Nexus S will be hitting AT&T soon but then few days ago, after 4 months AT&T officially launched the Nexus S. Continue reading “Google Nexus S for AT&T exclusively available at BestBuy”
We recently showed you a screenshot of an unknown device and we told you that it’s the prototype version of the next Nexus device. As Andy Rubin also confirmed that there will be a new Nexus device in future. We already know that it will be the first one to future Android 4.0 a.k.a Ice Cream Sandwich, but what else is under the hood. Continue reading “Rumor: Google Nexus 4G specs leaked”