Days before Samsung's Mobile Unpacked Conference, a video has hit the web claiming to be the Korean manufacturer's "Nexus Prime: smartphone, running Ice Cream Sandwich.
Craig SimmsSpecial to CNET News
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Days before Samsung's Mobile Unpacked Conference, a video has hit the web claiming to be the Korean manufacturer's "Nexus Prime" smartphone, running Ice Cream Sandwich.
(Screenshot by CBSi)
The phone will run Google's latest version of its Android operating system, Ice Cream Sandwich, intended to combine its divergent Android smartphone and tablet offerings into the one operating system.
What is less certain are the final specs, with two competing lists hitting the web. There are suggestions that it may also take the moniker "Samsung Galaxy Nexus", but past naming conventions of the Nexus series makes this unlikely.
At the time of publication, the YouTube video was live and has been embedded below.