Samsung Nexus Prime Teaser Video Reveals Curved Phone [Video]

Posted: Oct 5 2011, 7:28am CDT | by , in News | Android

 
Samsung Nexus Prime Teaser Video reveals Curved Phone [Video]

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Samsung plublished a teaser video for the Samsung Unpacked event on October 11 that will unveil the Nexus Prime Ice Cream Sandwich Phone.

Some Apple fans got disappointed yesterday, because Apple did not unveil the iPhone 5 with a new design. Instead Apple announced the iPhone 4S with new insides, but with the same iPhone 4 design. It looks like Samsung is giving Android fans what they want with the new Nexus Prime. The Nexus Prime seems to be completely curved based on a cameo in a Samsung Teaser video for the October 11 media event.

We already have seen curved glass on the Nexus S. The Nexus Prime takes that a step further and also makes the case curved. The Nexus Prime also looks extremely thin. You can watch the Samsung Nexus Prime teaser video below. The Nexus Prime appears briefly at the end.

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