Nexus Prime Apps List Outed

The newest exciting smartphone coming out of the Android camp is of course the much talked about Samsung Nexus Prime, or Samsung Galaxy Nexus, or Verizon Nexus Prime whichever you wish to call it at this moment in time, and today we are treated to a little word on what apps should be available on the Android handset.

According to the guys over at Droid-Life, they call it the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, but I personally prefer the Samsung Nexus Prime, anyway, the guys over at My Droid World have put up what everyone appears to believe is the “system applications list” for the upcoming Android Ice Cream Sandwich handset.

The Droid-life guys say that the list shows the Nexus Prime app list doesn’t have any bloatware, although as the device is a “Nexus” they wouldn’t expect any anyway, but does give signs that it doesn’t have any at this time.

The Samsung Nexus Prime will come out to play on Verizon and hence the Verizon Nexus Prime name, the device is also expected to pack NFC, and two in the list stand out, the NFCGoogle.apk and FaceLock.apk, although it wasn’t expected the device would have face recognition just yet.

The guys also state that there is a ChromeBookmarksSyncAdapter.apk, which would suggest that you would be able to sync the handset with your Chrome browser.

Anyway, the Nexus Prime apps list goes as follows…

ApplicationsProvider.apk
BIP.apk
BackupRestoreConfirmation.apk
Bluetooth.apk
BooksTablet.apk
BrowserGoogle.apk
Calculator.apk
CalendarGoogle.apk
CalendarProvider.apk
CameraGoogle.apk
CertInstaller.apk
ChromeBookmarksSyncAdapter.apk
Contacts.apk
ContacsProvider.apk
DefaultContainerService.apk
DeskClockGoogle.apk
DownloadProvider.apk
DownloadProviderUi.apk
DrmProvider.apk
EmailGoogle.apk
ExchangeGoogle.apk
FaceLock.apk
Galaxy4.apk
GalleryGoogle.apk
GenieWidget.apk
Gmail.apk
GoogleBackupTransport.apk
GoogleContactSyncAdapter.apk
GoogleEarth.apk
GoogleFeedback.apk
GoogleLoginService.apk
GooglePackageVerifier.apk
GooglePartnerSetup.apk
GoogleQuickSearchBox.apk
GoogleServicesFramework.apk
GoogleTTS.apk
HTMLVierwer.apk
HoloSpiralWallpaper.apk
IMSFramework.apk
KeyChain.apk
LatinIMEDictionaryPack.apk
LatinImeGoogle.apk
Launcher2.apk
LiveWallpapers.apk
LiveWallpapersPicker.apk
Maps.apk
MarketUpdater.apk
MediaProvider.apk
MediaUploader.apk
Microbes.apk
Music2.apk
MusicFX.apk
NetworkLocation.apk
NfcGoogle.apk
NoiseField.apk
OneTimeInitializer.apk
PackageInstaller.apk
PhaseBeam.apk
Phone.apk
Phonesky.apk
PlusOne.apk
SDM.apk
Settings.apk
SettingsProvider.apk
SetupWizard.apk
SoundRecorder.apk
Stk.apk
Street.apk
SyncMLSvc.apk
SystemUI.apk
TagGoogle.apk
Talk.apk
TelephoneProvider.apk
Thinkfree.apk
UserDictionaryProvider.apk
VZWAPNlib.apk
VZWAPNService.apk
Videos.apk
VisualizationWallpapers.apk
VoicDialer.apk
VoiceSearch.apk
VpnDialogs.apk
YouTube.apk

A fairly hefty list to say the least, and apparently according to this list, although a Samsung built handset there doesn’t appear to be any TouchWiz, although I figure that could come along later. Anyone thing there’s anything of value missing from this list?

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