The Samsung Galaxy Nexus has been seen on a Singaporean online retailer. On the website, shots of the Ice Cream Sandwich-powered Android flagship are shown with front shots. There are also shots of its side, which looks exactly like the curved device on the Korean tech giant’s teaser video. Shots showing the back of the device are also shown, which reveals the phone’s camera sporting a single flash.
The smartphone is available on the website for pre-order, but no specs have been found. Regardless, the phone is said to sport a massive 4.65 inch Super AMOLED touchscreen and pack either a 1.2 or 1.5 GHz dual-core processor under the hood. Of course, it will be powered by the Android OS version 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich).
The Samsung Galaxy Nexus was scheduled to be officially unveiled on the 11th of October. However, Samsung and Google decided to postpone the official announcement out of respect to the passing of former Apple CEO Steve Jobs.
The Android flagship’s new scheduled unveiling and venue is highly speculated. There are reports that the Korean tech giant and the Search giant will be moving its venue to London.
We’re unsure how this Singaporean website got hold of these images. Is it a mistake, or are these pictures fake? Unfortunately, there’s no way of telling for sure.
We’re pretty sure that Samsung and Google will soon announce the new time and place for the official unveiling of the Ice Cream Sandwich-powered Samsung Galaxy Nexus. So stay tuned.