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RumorTT: Galaxy Nexus II is the GT-i9260, could end up being the 'Galaxy Premier'

RumorTT: Galaxy Nexus II is currently being done, could be the GT-i9260

| Mobile Devices, Tablets & Phones News | Posted: Sep 17, 2012 9:30 am

More Nexus-branded smartphones are meant to be hitting this year, but we have only seen the ASUS Nexus 7 tablet for now. But, Samsung, Sony and LG are all reportedly working on Nexus-branded smartphones, and now we have a rumor regarding the Galaxy Nexus II.


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Pocket Now is reporting that the User Agent Profile of the GT-i9260, which has been mentioned previously with Galaxy Nexus II rumors. If the rumors are correct, it would sport a 1280x720 display and an 'ARM11' CPU. One of the weirder things with this rumor is that the ARM11 processor is old, and is something that was found in one of the earliest Android-based devices released, HTC's Dream.


The Nexus II should arrive with, at a minimum, a fast dual-core, or quad-core processor. Previous Nexus II rumors have pegged the device to include a 1.5GHz dual-core A9 CPU. Of course, it's just a rumor for now, but we should hear more information on it after the iPhone 5 launch has died down slightly.


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