Samsung’s Galaxy S II might be the South Korean conglomerate’s latest triumph in the world of Android-powered smartphones, but it is just a pause before they roll out the next big thing, of course. Google’s own smartphones (which has been outsourced to others to manufacture) have always been pretty high end to begin with, and one good thing about those is this – you get the latest operating system version always. Well, the rumored upcoming Google phone is the Samsung Nexus Prime, where it might also be known as the GT-I9250 if you are a sucker for model numbers.

It seems that Samsung’s website has posted a blank support page for the GT-I9250, and nothing of note has been uploaded save for a couple of red herrings, including a random FAQ as well as How-to entries which have nothing to do with the GT-I9250 at all. Perhaps this is a placeholder at the moment, but how come they didn’t put in more effort to make it more GT-I9250-centric?

There are other rumors swirling around Google’s upcoming flagship handset, and that includes an upgrade in its display to touch 4.65″ in size, not to mention a jaw-dropping 1,280 × 720 HD resolution count. It is also said to come with a curved display alongside a rather svelte 8.8mm in thickness. What do you think – is it the real deal or not?

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