If you’re into surprises, and you’re especially into the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Nexus, you probably want to close your browser right now because the specifications of the device have been confirmed ahead of today’s announcement. It appears Japanese carrier NTT DoCoMo has jumped the gun early and spilled the beans on the Galaxy Nexus confirming a ton of features, a possible release date and its name.
We also finally get our first glimpse at the real deal and it looks fairly similar to the render that we saw surface shortly after Samsung released teaser videos for the Nexus device.
So here’s what we got. DoCoMo says this thing is coming out in November. Droid-Life has also posted an internal Verizon document that indicates that it has a tentative launch date of November 10th. Feel free to circle that date on your mental calendar.
Next, an ad, which could also be from DoCoMo, has confirmed specifications. They look like this:
- Model: GT-I9250, GT-I9250T, GT-I9250M, SC-04D, SCH-I515
- dimensions (length x width x thickness): 136.0 × 68.0 × 8.8 fine piece – 11.5 thickest part
- Weight: Approximately 135.0 (g)
- OS: Google Android version 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich
- Chipset: Texas Instruments Omap4460 CPU: ARM Cortex-A9 MP Core SMP (Dual-Core) CPU operating frequency: 1.2 GHz
- GPU: PowerVR SGX 540 Immage Technologies
- Communication Systems (GT-I9250/GT-I9250M/GT-I9250M/SC-04D): W-CDMA, GSM phone (SCH-I515): LTE, CDMA2000 Packet (GT-I9250/GT-I9250M / GT-I9250M/SC -04D): HSPA, EDGE, GPRS (SCH-I515): LTE, EV-DO Rev.
- Display: AMOLED HD: 4.65 inches Resolution 720 x1280) Maximum number of simultaneous colors Main Display: 16,777,216 color touch screen: capacitive (multi-touch),
- Main camera: 5 megapixel CMOS camera with LED flash Video recording 1080pHD (1920 * 1080)
- Front camera: 1.3 million pixels CMOS
- Micro USB 2.0
- Communications Bluetooth 3.0 + HS
- Wireless LAN Communication: IEEE 802.11 a / b / g / n (2.4 GHz Dual-Band 5.xGHz)
- Wi-Fi Direct
- RAM: 1GB
- ROM: 16/32GB:
- Battery Capacity: 1750mAh
- Notification LED
And there is the Galaxy Nexus folks.
How does it sound to you?
Via: Android Central