Quick Note: Samsung Galaxy Nexus/Nexus Prime Smartphone Specs Revealed
October 6, 2011 10:51 AM
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Samsung's latest smartphone is a specs monster
Samsung offered a
of its upcoming Google "flagship" smartphone earlier this week. The Samsung Galaxy Nexus (previously known as the Nexus Prime) will be the standard bearer for Google's Ice Cream Sandwich mobile operating system.
Boy Genius Report
) is revealing the full specs of the Galaxy Nexus that will be unveiled next Tuesday:
Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich
4.65-inch 1280 x 720-pixel Super AMOLED HD with curved glass
TI OMAP 4460 dual-core Cortex A9 processor clocked at 1.2GHz
1GB of RAM
32GB of built-in storage
5-megapixel camera on the back, 1.3-megapixel in the front
1080p HD video capture support
LTE/HSPA depending on carrier
1,750 mAh battery
, the Galaxy Nexus will at least initially be tied exclusively to Verizon's wireless network.
also notes that since this is a Google Experience device, you won't have to worry about dealing with TouchWiz getting in the way.
Boy Genius Report
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RE: I am disappoint.
10/6/2011 8:52:23 PM
These aren't official specs. You seemed to have made up your mind on the device based on this, knowing full well that BGR has been wrong before. The OMAP 4460 isn't on any phone right now, so we have no way to compare it to anything. My best guess, it is downclocked to conserve battery life, but optimized to the teeth and along with ICS, will be faster than the SGS2. If I were you, I would hold judgement until the official announcement on the 11th.
RE: I am disappoint.
10/7/2011 12:25:05 AM
I know full well BGR have been wrong before, but they have been correct as well. I was just giving my opinions on these specs. If it turns out to be wrong, no biggy, I will re-evaluate.
Downclocking to save battery life makes no sense when the screen is by far the biggest drain, and they made that thing bigger. Sure, when doing something the CPUs at 1.5GHz are going to be drawing more power than if they were at 1.2GHz, but they would also do it quicker, and shut down sooner. I am sure it would still equal a net power drain, but I would imagine it would be overshadowed by the extra power draw of a 720p, 4.5+ inch screen.
As for ICS and optimisations, that has yet to be seen, but I don't doubt the argument has some merit. Either way, I haven't made up my mind on anything yet. And I won't be passing judgement until my contract is up, much less on the 11th.
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