Samsung’s October 11th event will show “what’s new from Android”

Ian Hardy

September 28, 2011 8:59 pm


Samsung has scheduled their next “Unpacked” at the upcoming CTIA on October 11th. It’s rumoured that this will be the date the next evolution of the Nexus device will officially be introduced, possibly called the “Galaxy Nexus” or “Nexus Prime”. The above invitation adds to the speculation of this becoming reality. It’s a rare occurrence that both Samsung and Google will join together and host an event, but it’s happening. The sub title is called “Google Episode”, with the invitation slightly teasing us that we’ll “get a look at what’s new from Android”. This could be the physical device, but also the anticipated Ice Cream Sandwich OS.

The CTIA also recently revealed that Samsung intents to announce a new product, specifically geared towards the “Gamer & Entertainment Enthusiast”. As for specs of the “Galaxy Nexus” is expected to come with a 4.65-inch display with 720p HD resolution and 1.5 GHz dual core processor.

Less than two weeks away…

Source: ThisIsMyNext

  • slsSpeC

    Do want.

    • Suresh

      RIM?

  • DarkisFever

    Finally! Time to see the Prime!

  • Sean

    My next phone =D
    Better have LTE

    • phil

      Yes, prime phone has received the LTE certification already as well as wi-fi and bluetooth.

  • gavin

    Sammy is a the beast. It’s no wonder Apple targets these guys with their team lawyers. I can’t imagine a more exciting time for new handsets.

  • zar

    I sure hope there will be a Prime like phone, but with a smaller screen. I really can’t go past 4.3″ .. pretty please?!

  • Dom

    bye bye iphone 5;-)

  • Steve dion

    Android is buggy.

    • copolii

      Just because you’re too damn stupid to use it doesn’t mean it’s buggy.

  • Rex

    I have the weirdest boner!

  • Yaguang

    Hell, it’s about time.

  • Phil

    every time I think I’m out…..they pull me back in!

  • EAK47

    i***, fear your nightmare.

  • MARS

    Most people I know who complain about Android’s UI are the same type of people who can’t even set the time on there microwave oven.

    It’s always 12:00 at there house!!

    • M

      @MARS – it seems you have solved the obesity problem in the states.. no one is educated enough to change the clock to anything other than noon, thus it is lunch time all the time, leading to a never ending cycle of eating! Then apple comes along and markets their phones as having a clock which sets itself, leading all of these people to believe that they are innovative! I mean, I haven’t seen any other phones marketed with a clock that sets itself? amiright?