Tech savvy smartphone lovers have long wanted to hear some official announcement coming from Google, regarding whether the rumours revolving around the company’s forthcoming product Nexus Prime actually hold any ground, or they are just plain myths resembling those about the Big Foot and Werewolf!
In a recent development, the legal team of Samsung has virtually confirmed, almost, about the product being very much there in the company’s forthcoming-product-list.
Apparently, Samsung’s legal department had sent a letter to some individual who was believed to have been in possession of the firmware featured in this hugely anticipated, yet unconfirmed handset.
The cease and desist letter, as turned out be, had the name ‘Nexus Prime’ written almost all over it - now that’s a sign tech enthusiasts even with bare minimum reasoning and logical aptitude can hardly ignore.
“The Nexus Prime firmware is the exclusive property of Samsung and/or its partners, suppliers and affiliates,” the letter sent by Samsung’s legal team stated, Slash Gear reports.
Though Google is yet to come up with an official confirmation regarding the Nexus Prime, word on the streets is that the handset will come equipped with a 4.5 inch wide Super AMOLED display and a powerful OMAP4460 1.5GHz dual-core processor.