Google Nexus Prime (Samsung GT-I9250) Bluetooth Certified

The Google Nexus Prime aka Samsung GT-I9250 has just been Bluetooth certified, and we all know that once a smartphone has got its Bluetooth certification it is at its last step before release.

Next up will be the FCC certification and then the official release date via the manufacturer, the Google Nexus Prime will be release with the new Google Android Ice Cream Sandwich operating system. Roll on November 3rd; we say this because this is the expected release date to the public.

The Samsung GT-I9250 well know with the name Nexus Prime, is a GSM mobile smartphone with Bluetooth 3.0 wireless technology, if you visit the official Bluetooth site you will see this certification. The Google Nexus Prime will support HFP1.5, HSP, A2DP, GAVDP, AVRCP, OPP, HID, PBAP, PAN etc.

Some have said that this smartphone will not be called the Nexus Prime but will be called the Galaxy Nexus, time will tell and of course we will let you know as soon as we know more.

Some of the main specs on the Google Nexus Prime (Samsung GT-I9250) are expected to include: TI OMAP dual-core processor, HDMI output, LTE 4G connectivity, NFC (near field communication), 2-megapixel front-facing camera, 8-megapixel rear camera, Bluetooth 3.0 technology obviously, and the upcoming Google Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system.

Apparently another feature the Nexus Prime (Samsung GT-I9250) might get is a QWERTY keyboard, all specifications and features are all hear say at the moment. Please be patient until we know more about this much wanting mobile phone.

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Source — Android Community


4 thoughts on “Google Nexus Prime (Samsung GT-I9250) Bluetooth Certified”

    1. brandon holley says:

      Another rumor is that the Galaxy nexus is the samsung GT-I9250 and the Nexus prime is the samsung GT-I9515. So their could be infact two different phones both sporting the same name. One with a keyboard and one without.

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