December 22, 2014

GT-I9250 Nexus Prime Support Page Found

A support page has been found online for the Samsung GT-I9250, adding a tad bit more fuel to the Nexus Prime fires.  What does that mean?  Not much other than the fact that the phone must be inching closer to announcement and release.  This is just one more piece of the puzzle that also includes a recent Wi-Fi certification for the device.  Of course, we’ll be watching the page closely over the next few weeks to see if we can glean any details out of the support site.

Things are definitely muddy on the “Prime” front with some outlets reporting the i515 as Droid Prime while others are calling for a Nexus Prime out of the I9250. Rumored specifications call for an HD (1280×720) screen of 4.5″ or possibly even 4.65″ , a dual-core 1.5GHz processor, and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.  In all honesty we would be fine with both, really.

For what it’s worth, we did try to plug in a few other expected Samsung model numbers but came away with zero results.

Respect knuckles to Will for the tip!

 



  • http://www.facebook.com/will.e.carlson William Carlson

    Hahah, I’m famous! 

  • Anonymous

    Huh? can’t wait till they start announcing stuff! I hope we don’t have to wait till October though :/

  • Kevin

    Where are you seeing anyone using the GT-I9250?? You’re the first to even reference that that I’ve seen.  Everyone else is using the SCH-i515

    • http://twitter.com/matt_s_cleary Matthew Cleary

      I think the GT-I9250 first came from a leaked Samsung product roadmap that came out in early August… The SCH-i515 (I think) was only just rumored within the past week or so.

      • Kevin

        You mean the Samsung roadmap that Samsung confirmed was not real several days ago???

        • Newjaruz

          well… Its the gt-i9250 that already received WiFi certification.  The one rumored long before sch….. Etc…..   

          • Kevin

            And the SCH-i515 just passed it’s Bluetooth certification.

            Either way, Samsung has already confirmed the GT-i95250 is not the Nexus Prime.

  • http://twitter.com/RicoBawse RicoBlack

    they should keep flagship phones between 4.0 to 4.3 anything higher should should be a phone after a big release  such as upgrades. 

  • Candy Ford11

    Wow!!! We can’t wait for a month….We are waiting eagerly..

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