It’s almost time for tonight’s very special Google event, which will host the launch of Ice Cream Sandwich and Samsung’s next addition to their Nexus fleet – which is expected to be named either the Galaxy Nexus or Nexus Prime, or possibly both. Sadly, it seems that the phone’s design like isn’t much of a secret anymore since Samsung’s own built-in search on their site has provided The Verge’s tipster Jack with a nice little picture of the upcoming phone (left). It also says “from Verizon,” so if you’re on big red, then you can surely expect having a “Pure Google” phone very soon.
Samsung’s Galaxy Nexus is expected to be running Google’s new Android Ice Cream Sandwich OS – or, Android 4.0 – with a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor, 1 GB of RAM, LTE capability, and a 5-megapixel camera capable of capturing full 1080p video – according to reports.
To find out all about the new Google phone and mobile OS, join The Verge’s live blog tonight at 9 PM ET.
Update: Droid-Life reports that the Verizon plans to launch both the Droid RAZR and Galaxy Nexus on the 10th of November, so start saving up.