Samsung and Google are expected to bring to the market in the near future a new smartphone that would run under Android, one that should become the next Google Phone, namely the Nexus Prime.
Apparently, there are various versions of this device that will arrive on shelves soon, and which have already started to receive the necessary approvals that will enable Samsung start selling them.
The Samsung GT-i9250T / GT-i9250M flavors, for example, have both received the WiFi certification recently, and both offer WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n connectivity.
Apparently, the GT-i9250M model is expected to arrive on shelves in Canada, while the GT-i9250T variant might arrive on the market in Australia at Telstra.
For the time being, no specific info on this emerged, but the device should become official as soon as next week, so stay tuned to learn more details on the matter.