The third iteration of Google's Nexus range of smartphones is likely to be produced by Samsung (Again) and will amost certainly be called the GT-I9250.
A US-based website, theDroidguy.com, has apparently managed to get hold of the successor to the Nexus S and says that it is a tad thicker and longer than the Nexus S.
It does come with an eight-megapixel rear camera and a front facing two megapixel one, the same resolution as the Samsung Galaxy S2.
Like the new Galaxy Note, it has a single "home" button rather than three on the existing Galaxy S family. No details were given on the screen size but it is likely that Samsung will stick to a 4.3-inch WVGA capacitive screen.
A move to a HD-ready one (1280x800 pixels) is highly unlikely. A big surprise though is the inclusion of TI's OMAP SoC. Samsung has been reluctant over the last few months to use its own Exynos SoC in its own-branded products.
The Nexus Prime may therefore become the second high end product after the Galaxy S WiFi to feature a TI chipset, which we suspect, will be a TI OMAP4470, a dual core SoC clocked at 1.5GHz with a PowerVR SGX540 GPU.