Impressive Curved Samsung Nexus Prime Unveiled

Testing times we wonder now, with the introduction of the new Apple iPhone 4S announced yesterday. We all knew it was coming but didn’t have a clue what the handset would offer, but with a same exterior and refreshed innards, we ask whether its enough to fend off competition from others such as the mighty Samsung, Motorola and even HTC. The iPhone 4S will include faster speeds with a new A5 dual-core processor, 8 megapixel camera, 1080p HD video recording, Siri voice recognition, iOS 5 OS and so on.

For the last few months, the Samsung Galaxy S II has dominated the news with global sold units, rising above 10 million which has surpassed anything the South Korean company had hoped for. As well as a standard handset and three US variants, talk is now of LTE and HD versions coming sometime next year. If Apple isn’t worrying about these as rivals to their new iPhone 4S, then maybe the introduction of the new Nexus Prime will be enough to send them over the edge!

Already reported on by ourselves, along with a helping of changed names, the Samsung Nexus Prime is stated to be a massive handset in terms of screen display amongst other features. Today as well as Cnet reporting on a leaked shot of what looks to be the new Prime and Engadget stating that an introductory video has surfaced, its release is still unclear. An event on Tuesday 11th October is possibly taking place, which is rumored to be its official unveiling.

With no iPhone 5 now and the possibility of it not coming into 2012, this may be the next option. Until we hear it from the horse’s mouth, the Nexus Prime is rumored to include a huge 4.6-inch screen with Super Amoled quality but with a curved appearance, 720p resolution, Android’s new 4.0 Ice-Cream Sandwich OS, a possible 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage and a massive 2000 mAh battery.

Check out the embedded video below which shows a quick glimpse of what looks to be a Nexus Prime. Give us your thoughts, what would you be willing to pay for a new phone of this superiority? Has Apple got anything to worry about not just with the new Prime but others within their current range?