Samsung i515 Gets Bluetooth Certification, Confirms “Prime” Rumors
A Samsung handset carrying the model number of SCH-I515 was found in the Bluetooth SIG yesterday, adding credibility to whispers of a ‘Prime’ device. Whether or not it’s going to be called the Nexus Prime or Droid Prime remains to be seen however the rumored October launch ensures we’ll find out more in short order. The description tells us that this is a CDMA device headed to North America, narrowing the list of carriers down very quickly. Toss in the ‘SCH’ prefix for good measure and we’re very optimistic that this is Verizon’s baby. For reference, Droid Life reminds us the Samsung Droid Charge carries the model number of SCH-I510.
Via: Droid Life
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