Discussion in 'Android News' started by DF Smod, Oct 7, 2011.
We'll let this one speak for itself...
I dunno if it's real or not but looks kinda sluggish ..
They call that phone the Samsung Galaxy Nexus (well the title anyways, video says prime) on bgr. I don't think there is any certainty with either of the phones.
Samsung Galaxy Nexus caught on video
Engadget reporting that Samsung and Google has officially postponed the event for the 11th; device and software not ready they both agree. Engadget
11th was the original date, your saying they changed that date?
Nothing about the software/hardware not being ready. I think this is more due to recent events...
This is a nexus s with the back lights off the front buttons. That's why the bottom of the phone is so large. Also, he turned the phone on with the power button on the top, which we know is not true to Samsung's own release photo.
As for the phone release being delayed, i think Google and Samsung dont want to feel like jerks, releasing a phone that destroys Apple's entire mobile market right after Steve Jobs died.
According to Engadget, yes.
You are correct, somehow when I first read it, I misinterpreted it.
Ok the second part made me laugh out loud
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lol public relations
Noticed an inconsistency with this video and the image/video for the now postponed event. The device shown in the Samsung video has the power/sleep/unlock button on the side, this guy locked the phone pressing the top left part of the phone. Or maybe it was with his index finger on the side? Aaaaah, I can't tell.
naw, placement of his thumb after turning it back on looked like it came from directly on top
not to mention, does this really look like a 4.65inch screen?? not to me...
me neither, one would think with an HD screen the design would be much cleaner as well
it seems that the event on the 11th was rescheduled so that it wouldnt be overshadowed by Steve Jobs' funeral.
this is not the Nexus, this is some prototype that someone decided to show off, IMO.
either way, it is defiantly not the product that will be released.
Yeah I hope not. Not really impressed with all the sluggishness in the video
Agreed but the camera app did open pretty fast. It was practically instantaneous.
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