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Less than a day after Apple’s announcement of the new iPhone 4S, Samsung has released a video that gives a brief sneak peek at its new Nexus Prime smartphone.
The Nexus product line, which runs the most up-to-date version of Google’s Android mobile operating system, is considered Google’s official phone. The Nexus Prime is the latest partnership between Google and Samsung.
The promo video is sort of strange. It compares things like milk and cookies, newspapers and coffee, etc. to explain why pairing things together can make a better combination — somehow, this relates to mobile phones. At the end of the video, Samsung flashes a caption that reads “Something BIG is coming”. Just underneath the text is what looks like a new, thin phone with a curved design. The side of the phone we can see reveals a 3-pin dock connector and power button to the right.
The device is scheduled to make its public debut at the “Samsung Unpacked 2011” event at the CTIA convention in San Diego next week. Samsung is also expected to debut the next version of the Android operating system, (Ice Cream Sandwich) for the first time at the event.
Check out the video embedded below for a better look at the phone.
[Via Brief Mobile]
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