Samsung Prime to come to all carriers, be massively cool

Nexus-prime-300x258 So here's a cool little tidbit of information for you. The Samsung Prime, which has been rumored to be the next Nexus device, is coming to every carrier in the US. This is big, because the current Nexus phone, the Nexus S (4G), is only available on AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint. Verizon is completely left out from the fun, which probably makes them feel sad; they haven't ever carried a Nexus device.

But again, according to a new, first-hand report, that's going to be changing quite soon, with the release of the Samsung Prime, or Samsung Nexus Prime, or whatever you'd like to call it. The device will allegedly look very similar to the current Nexus king, albeit a little taller and thicker, and it will have an 8MP shooter on the back, coupled with a 2MP one in the front. 

In terms of connectivity, LTE and WiMAX and HSPA+ seem to be on board for their respective carriers, and it will also have NFC, MHL, and HDMI ports, too. 

As of right now, with all the information that you know about the (Nexus) Prime, will you be buying one?

[The Droid Guy]
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Calob Horton

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