The fastest phone ever? Samsung and Google to Reveal iPhone-beating Nexus Prime

Respect for the delayed launch of Apple’s late co-founder Steve Jobs. Samsung said it is just “not the right time” to launch a new product.

But Google and Samsung are set to launch the Nexus Prime this week – reportedly armed with a 4G connection, and the 1.5GHz Dual Core Processor.

It is a showcase for Samsung’s latest technology and the latest version of the Google’s Android software – Ice Cream Sandwich.

Google-branded phones, the Nexus is often used as a showcase for new technologies – the latest was the first handset with Near Field Communication chip used for contactless payments technology, even if the new iPhone 4S is still missing.

Prime is expected to be full of components, such as the 1.5GHz dual-core processor, faster than some handheld computers.

Reports say that the phone has a 4.5 inch HD display, and 4G connectivity.

The event is now scheduled to be held in Hong Kong on Wednesday this week.

Google is expected to launch a new version of the Android phone software, the Ice Cream Sandwich – designed to bring the atmosphere of a hi-tech, high-speed tablet Android operating system, Honeycomb, phones for the first time.

Samsung to release said that the phone would provide a “perfect combination” – and the teaser from the video seemed to indicate that the display can be curved.

TECH websites such as the Inquirer said it was “almost certain” that the Prime Minister of the handset to be launched this week.

Samsung has overtaken Nokia’s smartphone market thanks to world-wide success of its 10 million sales of Galaxy S 2 smartphone.

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