Google Nexus Prime headed to all major US carriers but Verizon first?

Google AndroidMore rumours have emerged about the upcoming Google Nexus Prime. The Droid Guy apparently got to spend time with a Samsung employee and their Nexus Prime prototype.

They report that the Nexus Prime is very similar to the Google Nexus S but slightly taller and thicker. It will sport a dual-core TI OMAP processor, Google’s Ice Cream Sandwich Android version, an 8MP camera on the back and a 2MP one on the front. A single ‘Home’ button will be on the front (good-bye Menu and Back buttons?) with the power button and a volume rocker on the sides. It will support NFC, HDMI and MHL (Mobile High-Definition Link). It also looks like there will be GSM and CDMA models.

The Google Nexus Prime will apparently launch in late October or early November first with Verizon (possibly as the DROID Prime). It will then hit the other carriers shortly afterwards.

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