As each day creeps closer to Samsung’s Mobile Unpacked 2011 event on October 11th, expect the amount of leaks to increase as Samsung and Google lose grip on their iron veil of secrecy shrouding the Nexus Prime. While Samsung has teased us on a few separate occasions, we expect the Nexus Prime to be fully unveiled at CTIA Enterprise.

Check out the teaser video:

With competition between Apple and Samsung reaching epic proportions, there is no way that Samsung will sit idly by as Apple debuts its latest wares. The Nexus Prime is, next to the Samsung Galaxy S2, arguably the most highly anticipate Android device ever to come into existence. At the 20 second mark, we possibly get a glimpse of what the device will look like, and it’s looking like the rumors we have caught wind of are going to be realized.

The world's first hands on leak of the upcoming Nexus Prime, confirming it's 720p display and chrome bezel

Specs of the Nexus Prime: 

  • 4.5-5.65 inch curved glass display with Super AMOLED HD screen that supports a 720p HD resolution of 1280 X 720 pixels.
  • a sleek shell with edge-to-edge glass and very minimal bezel and metallic chrome trim
  • 5-megapixel camera, capable of 1080p HD, thanks to its vastly improved image sensor
  • dual-core Texas Instruments 1.5 GHz CPU
  • 1 GB of dual channel RAM
  • 8.8mm thin

Featuring a beautiful, yet slightly curved display, the Nexus Prime will feature a similarly curved display to that of the Nexus S

Main Competitors

If you’re interested in the Nexus Prime, then we highly suggest you check out how it stacks up next to the following devices:

Nexus Prime Vs HTC Vigor

Both the Nexus Prime and the HTC Vigor are looking to be fantastic devices, with performance of epic proportions. See how they stack up next to one another in our detailed break down!

Check it out! Nexus Prime vs HTC Vigor

iPhone 4S Vs Nexus Prime

Apple has just released info on their upcoming iPhone 4S, and while it is packing some fairly substantial performance upgrades, don’t you want to see how it compares to the upcoming, highly anticipated Nexus Prime?

Check out the iPhone 4S vs Nexus Prime


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