The latest thing that came officially from Samsung and Google was the statement that the launch of both Nexus Prime and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS has been postponed but before that, there has been a leak showing the Nexus Prime and the latest Android 4.0 OS in full glory on video.
The video looks pretty real and although the picture is a bit blurry you can clearly see the new Android 4.0 OS in action. The guys from GSMArena.com started a rather interesting rumour that, according to them, came from a very reliable source and according to the post, the recent specs that came from BGR.com site might be quite wrong.
According to GSMArena.com, the new Nexus Prime actually runs on Samsung's own chipset rather than Texas Instruments' one rumoured earlier. The CPU is a dual-core clocked at 1.5GHz paired up with a dual-core GPU from Imagination, most likey, PowerVR SGX534MP2 graphics part, same one found in the iPad 2. The post also claims that the snapper on the back is actually 8 megapixel one and that the battery should be 2050mAh one. The one thing that is the same is the 4.65-inch 1280x720 screen.
Of course, now that the launch is postponed we can only hope to see more leaks that will confirm or deny those spec rumours.
You can check out the new specs here and the video can be found below.