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Google Nexus Prime due out this October, ships with Android 4.0 The successor to the Nexus S is reportedly on track for an October release according the Korean publication Electronic Times. The news outlet also believes the Nexus 3, or Nexus Prime, will be the world’s Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich phone. Adding fuel to the fire, the site has released preliminary specs for the handset which corroborate previous claims by BGR.

On tap for the third generation Google-endorsed Nexus handset is a 720p Super AMOLED HD display and a 1.5 GHz processor. While the site does not go into specifics on the processor’s model number, BGR believes it will “employ an OMAP4460 chipset”. The display is rumored to be a 4.5-inch pane with PenTile layout.

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Since Google announced that Android Ice Cream Sandwich is in the works back at the Google I/O conference in May, it’s kept pretty quiet about the update. We know it’ll be the first version of the Android OS to offer a unified interface for tablets and smartphones and have it on good authority that the first Android Ice Cream Sandwich device will be the Nexus Prime.

But now two Android sites have got hold of Android Ice Cream Sandwich screenshots ahead of its official release in Q4 2011. RootzWiki and the Android Police have both published heavily-censored snaps of Android Ice Cream Sandwich running on a Google Nexus S. Read on for a look at the features they’ve uncovered…

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With Android Ice Cream Sandwich on the horizon, speculation about the Google Nexus S successor is rife. Previously we’d heard chatter that a Motorola Nexus 4G was in the works but now the dial of the rumorometer seems to have swung in Samsung’s direction once again.

A new report claims the next Nexus will be dubbed the Google Nexus Prime and is being built by Samsung just like the Google Nexus S before it but there could be a feast of cool new phones on the way…

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