Verizon Wireless chooses DROID Prime, not Samsung Galaxy S II

American mobile operator Verizon Wireless will not buy from Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S II. Instead, the company chose to go to the flagship of the new generation – Samsung DROID Prime. As far as now known, Samsung will launch a new generation of Google Nexus Prime, which will have characteristics at least at the level of Samsung Galaxy S II, but be running Android Ice Cream Sandwich. Most likely that Samsung DROID Prime for Verizon Wireless is a machine that will be a copy of Nexus Prime, but available under its own brand Samsung.

 Verizon Wireless chooses DROID Prime, not Samsung Galaxy S II

About Samsung DROID Prime know the model number SCH-i515 and it will be released in October this year. This information is unofficial and preliminary.

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