Samsung GT-I9250 is Google Nexus Prime with Ice Cream Sandwich Firmware

Google Nexus PrimeSamsung Galaxy S II is the latest handset ruling the world of Android powered Smartphone. Along with that Google would he happy to see Android gaining the market share. And on the other hand Google’s owned phones are generally manufactured in collaboration with mobile phone makers. Such handsets are always been a talking point as they are equipped with high-end specifications and more importantly it debuts the latest operating system version of Android available. Android next release of Ice Cream Sandwich operating system is very near and we may expect it soon along with Nexus Prime mobile phone.

The Google next phone would be Nexus Prime which will be launched in October. The interesting part about this device is that, it would be the first device to get Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system powered by Google.

On the other end Samsung is coming up with GT I 9250 Smartphone. There are strong rumors that GT-I 9250 is confirmed as the Google Nexus Prime. Though we haven’t got full information on the specifications of this mobile phone but we have got sneak preview into features of it. Its believed that Google Nexus Prime will be powered by 1.5 GHz dual core processor along with PowerVR SGX540 GPU which would easily overlook the Galaxy S II device. It will have 4.5 inches screen with next generation SuperAMOLED touch screen display.

Google is also working to bring in more carriers this time and the confirmed flagship are Verizon, AT & T, T-Mobile and Sprint. It’s also confirmed that Nexus Prime would have 5 mega pixel camera on the rear side and a front 1 mega pixel camera with 1080p HD video recording.

The Nexus Prime would be one of the smartphone which should be watched out for during the launch and along with that Samsung Galaxy Note should also be competing it with in a month or two as it will arrive in December 2011.

  • Charles Hackman

    I took delivery of a Samsung /Google Galaxy Nexus G-I9250 last week. It does have problems:
    1. It is not supported by Samsung yet! There is a rudimentary instruction manual on line (nil on paper with phone), but that’s all.
    2. It won’t synch with either Samsung Kies or Samsung PC Studio, only with Google account, so transferring data from the old mobile phone or from Microsoft Outlook without delivering it all to Mr Google first is awkward.
    2. There is a problem with Calendar: there is no \My Calendar\ account, only the Google Server-based account. This means that even third party PC synch software can’t transfer your appointments from Outlook to the Nexus, because there is no account to transfer it to.
    3. It won’t go into Recovery Mode: if that option is selected, the phone hangs in ‘bricked’ mode.

    Unless there are solutions out there, this may be a phone to avoid until the next firmware revision.

  • Dave martin

    All the articles are v old where are the new articles?

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  • NIMESH

    hope we’ll soon get Ice Cream Sandwich OS on our Galaxy S I9000

    • http://twitter.com/pradeepneela NeaL Pradeep

      yes Nimesh, we too hoping for the same!

    • mae rossi

      yeah…can’t wait anymore…;(