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Google / Samsung Nexus Prime shows off its curves in teaser clip

Comparing the Google/Samsung partnership to the perfect combination of cookies and milk, or coffee with your morning paper – the tech tag team have unveiled the first teaser for what will most likely turn out to be its Samsung Nexus Prime.

Suggesting that ‘some things just go better together’, the video brings up a series of everyday combinations the video advises us to ‘Get ready’ for another great pairing and that “Something BIG is coming”. This message appears above the outline of what seems to be the side view of a stylishly curved black handset design, with three small point of connection and an on/off button. This is presumably the elusive Samsung Nexus Prime – which is due for a big public outing at next week’s Unpacked event from San Diego. The video ends with the familiar logos of both Samsung and Google, which pretty much confirms those presumptions.

Also set for the Google / Samsung reveal on October 11th is the latest Android mobile OS Ice Cream Sandwich – entitled Ice Cream Sandwich. We’ve recently heard that it’s quite possible that along with the crossover smartphone-tablet software, ICS on the Samsung Nexus Prime will also include the Google Chrome web browser, available for the first time on a mobile. Dare we say that this anticipated public viewing could outshine the recent launch of Apple’s iPhone 4S? We’ll find out all this for sure next Tuesday and the Gadget Helpline will bring you the latest developments!

In the build up to the Unpacked event Samsung Mobile has published an informative app and access to the live conference via your Android mobile – it’s available now on the Android Market.

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