At the end of last year, we took an in-depth look at the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, and less than a year later, we have what is probably the successor to the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, known by its model number as the Samsung GT-i9260 thanks to details revealed in the User Agent Profile. Of course, we are not ruling out the possibility of the Samsung GT-i9260 ending up as the Galaxy Nexus 2, Galaxy Nexus Plus or perhaps with a totally different naming convention like the Galaxy Premier. Just what about the upcoming Galaxy Nexus sequel do we know in terms of hardware specifications?
For starters, we are looking at a resolution count of 1280 x 720 that is similar to the existing Google flagship, sporting an ARM processor with whispers of a 1.5GHz dual-core A9 CPU, and 2GB RAM amongst others. What do you think the successor to the Samsung Galaxy Nexus will be called, and are you willing to hold off any future smartphone purchases until you see what Google’s new flagship has to offer compared to the Galaxy S3 and the iPhone 5?
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