We may have the name of the Samsung phone Verizon hasin favor of.
Boy Genius Report says the carrier will exclusively launch the Droid Prime in October instead. Apparently, Verizon worries that the Galaxy S II won't be able to compete with the iPhone 5 when it finally drops, and is opting to throw its weight behind a new Android flagship phone, likely to be one of the first running Android 4.0 "Ice Cream Sandwich."
If all rumors are true, it could set up a holiday shopping season showdown between the latest, most updated devices running both iOS and Android.
Samsung is also launching its own, available not only on Samsung Android phones like the Prime--or whichever model is tapped to go head-to-head with the new iPhone--but also as a download for iOS and Blackberry.
Verizon did not immediately respond to a request for comment from CNET.