Samsung Galaxy Nexus looking sexy, more screenshots and video showing off Ice Cream Sandwich

Nexus Prime front 450x600 Samsung Galaxy Nexus looking sexy, more screenshots and video showing off Ice Cream Sandwich

With all the buzz lately on the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, we sure are getting excited for the new device. What we have here is some more info on the latest Nexus, and it looks like the phone is being referred to as the Samsung Galaxy Nexus Prime. Phone names are getting especially long these days aren’t they? Anyhoo, we have 2 videos, with the first being most likely the boot for the Nexus and the second being a minute and 28 seconds, actually being  pretty clear for once.

What we see here is Ice Cream Sandwich(Android 4.0) on deck, and the device looks to be rocking a TI OMAP 4460 dual-core 1.2GHz Cortex A9 processor with 1 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal storage. For the rear camera the new Nexus gets a 5-megapixel that can shoot up to 1080p video and for the front cam the device sports a 1.3 megapixel. For the screen it’s said to be a 4.65-inch Super AMOLED HD with 1280×720 resolution.

This phone looks sick, period. Check out videos and screenshots below.


Looks to be the Nexus boot animation:


Operating the device:


Source: Droid Life


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  • Anonymous

    5 megapixels? Really? isn’t that a little underwhelming for a phone that has a 720 HD screen?

    • benmarvin

      That screen is only 0.9 megapixel. But if the camera is only 5mp, it better be a damn good camera. Of course, megapixels don’t mean everything. Much more important are optics, image sensor and other factors. Many cameras with lower resolution can take much better pictures than the average 8mp phone camera.

      • Tyler

        yeah thats true a higher megapixel isn’t everything I mean what it comes down to is the higher the MP the better it looks blown up, and honestly how many of your pictures taken from your phone are you planning on hanging up? And while cameras are getting significantly better for phones, and of course it’s nice to have a decent camera on your phone, for me personally thats what I bought a nice camera for :)

        • benmarvin

          Like the saying goes, the best camera you have is the one with you. If I’m going to take serious pics, I’ll carry my 6MP Canon point-n-shoot over my 8MP phone camera, it simply takes better pictures.

      • Anonymous

        Yea i’m just saying that because there were 5mp cameras on phones back in the ol’ VGA screen days. Spec-wise, it just doesn’t measure up.