Need A Reason To Watch Tonights Samsung, Google Event? Check Out The Newest Galaxy Nexus Leaked Specs

Nothing says good morning like the latest round of specs for the hottest Android phone on the planet. We’re waking up to the internet buzzing about a Japanese NTT Docomo leaked widely believed to have the most concrete list of specs for the Galaxy Nexus we’ve seen yet. On top of spec leak, Japan Docomo “announced” they will be carrying the newest Nexus device beginning November 20th. So how good is this list of specs? What do you say about a 4.7″ display at 1280×720, Ice Cream Sandwich, 32GB ROM, 1GB of RAM, NFC, 1750mAh battery and a dual-core TI OMAP 4460 processor?

Of course right now there are no concrete signs pointing to a T-Mobile supported launch save for the FCC passing the Nexus variant with AWS bands. Still, it’s very possible that T-Mobile fans could be in for a letdown if you’ve been holding out for a Galaxy Nexus/Nexus Prime arrival on T-Mobile as rumors still pinpoint to a Verizon exclusive. Given the past appearances of the Nexus line on T-Mobile combined with the FCC passage however, we’re holding on to at least a small bit of hope that T-Mobile might gain the device in some capacity and hope to hear all about that later today.

Via android.hdblog (requires translation)

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Full Specs:

  • Model: GT-I9250, GT-I9250T, GT-I9250M, SC-04D, SCH-I515
  • dimensions (length x width x thickness): 136.0 × 68.0 × 8.8 fine piece – 11.5 thickest part
  • Weight: Approximately 135.0 (g)
  • OS: Google Android version 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich
  • Chipset: Texas Instruments Omap4460 CPU: ARM Cortex-A9 MP Core SMP (Dual-Core) CPU operating frequency: 1.2 GHz
  • GPU: PowerVR SGX 540 Immage Technologies
  • Communication Systems (GT-I9250/GT-I9250M/GT-I9250M/SC-04D): W-CDMA, GSM phone (SCH-I515): LTE, CDMA2000 Packet (GT-I9250/GT-I9250M / GT-I9250M/SC -04D): HSPA, EDGE, GPRS (SCH-I515): LTE, EV-DO Rev.
  • Display: AMOLED HD: 4.65 inches Resolution 720 x1280) Maximum number of simultaneous colors Main Display: 16,777,216 color touch screen: capacitive (multi-touch),
  • Main camera: 5 megapixel CMOS camera with LED flash Video recording 1080pHD (1920 * 1080)
  • Front camera: 1.3 million pixels CMOS
  • GPS
  • NFC
  • Micro USB 2.0
  • Communications Bluetooth 3.0 + HS
  • Wireless LAN Communication: IEEE 802.11 a / b / g / n (2.4 GHz Dual-Band 5.xGHz)
  •   Tethering
  • Wi-Fi Direct
  • RAM: 1GB
  • ROM: 16/32GB:
  • Battery Capacity: 1750mAh
  • Notification LED

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  • Nayei

    The most important thing to me is the fact that this is a pure Google phone, no stu pid Touchwiz! And v.4 ICS will get fast updates. The GS2 will get v2.3.5 by this time next year LOL!

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1586820069 steadymobb

      Except it shipped w/ 2.3.5

  • machetero

    Everything sounds awesome but the part about the battery being 1750 mAh not good for a big screen and powerful device

  • Plankton

    Yeah just like the G2 was to get all the updates and I am still waiting on a video camera that works.

    David, gonna buy one?

    NO! Cause you are waiting for an iphone when we merge. No need for another brick, eh little chum?

  • Plankton

    Yeah just like the G2 was to get all the updates and I am still waiting on a video camera that works.

    David, gonna buy one?

    NO! Cause you are waiting for an iphone when we merge. No need for another brick, eh little chum?

  • Guest

    This will be the ultimate smack down to the company that took the G1 to the masses. Now they are telling us to shove it up our !?!?!

    • Planton

      Rhymin Simon!

      You are welcome to join my minions!

    • Frank

      Sure, T-Mobile was the first company to release an Android phone, but it took Verizon to get the ‘Droid’ name any public recognition.

      I don’t consider the G1 anything to be too proud of. It was way lacking in memory, and the software was half baked at best. I went through four replacements from the time I received my pre-order unit in October or Nov of 08 until March 09 when I finally get fed up and tossed my last one in Lake Michigan.

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1350219741 Derrick Ford

        Remember Verizon want’s the AT&T/T-Mobile Deal!  They want to “Kill Two Birds With One Stone” if you will.

      • Anonymous

        So? as was every other android up until android 2.x. As for software before why do you think we had software updates over the past few months? Sure the droid moniker helped android but also created a bunch of a holes who call every android phone a droid. What did you really expect for the first device?

        • Frank

          Personally I think HTC and T-Mo jumped the gun relasing the G1. It didn’t seem like it was ready for prime time, but they were in a hurry to get something out the door to compete with Apple.

          I remember saying at the time that I wished they would have waited 6 months work out some problems with the OS and upped the memory on the device before releasing it. Of course, had they done so, they would have started off that much further behind the iPhone.  They were kind of stuch between a rock and a hard place.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1522447760 Jean-luc Mutabazi

    phew this specs aren’t the official … cause TI-OMAP 1.2GHz and rear camera 5 megapixel? i’m sorry but that is kinnda unfair; 5 megapixel against 2 years ago several released smartphone who have 8 megapixels since 2 years ( Sony Ericcson xperia X 10, Aino, Satio … ) and 1.2 GHZ i don’t know why but makes me think it isn’t that great compared to galaxy SII 1.2 dual core of course the amount of Ghz isn’t completely significant ( ex: A5 processor ) but …

    *I hope the reals spec will be :
    *8 megapixel Full HD ( 1080P )
    *2 megapixel or HD front facing camera
    *1.5 Ghz Dual core exynos ( the exact name as galaxy SII’s 1.2 dualcore ) or TI-Omap 4460
    *8mm of thinness
    *for the design i hope for a nexus S or galaxy SII’sform ( and no plastic just glass and metal )
    as for the rest i don’t really mind …

    • http://rpad.tv RPadTV

      *sigh* When will people learn that megapixel count isn’t nearly as important as lens and sensor quality???

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1522447760 Jean-luc Mutabazi

        well i’ve just seen the presentation of galaxy nexus and ICS and a 5 megapixel isn’t a lay down … it is very fast, with a great definition/display … but somethings still bugs me about the specs:

        -it’s plastic
        -grey color at the sides of the phone ( makes me think of HTC )

    • PISSOFF!!

      thats exactly the specs im lookin for!

    • Irun4fun7209

      This is very wishful thinking

    • Anonymous

      8mm would be sweet but thats not really realistic for a phone that size lol id expect around 9mm maybe

  • Anonymous

    That megapixel camera on the back is doubtful… everything else is coming with 8, and the rest of the specs line up with everything else out… why would they drop a 5 on there now? 

  • Lawrence of Arabia

    Hope to see this guy with AWS band and unlocked at least… just like NS.

  • J. Williams

    Wow those are killer specs!

  • J. Williams

    Wow those are killer specs!

  • pos

    nah, i’ll wait for banana split!

    • Scoob

      Good one kkkkkkk

  • PISSOFF!!

    still the same goddam camera WHY CANT IT BE 8MP!!!

    • Irun4fun7209

      It is not just the mp that counts….

      • http://www.facebook.com/titadab05 Ali Othman

        Unless you’re a spec nerd.

        To any non-photographer, the difference between 8 & 5 isn’t noticable in most instances.  When you get it to poster size, yes, you’ll see less pixelation.  To post directly to Facebook or look at on a 4.7″ screen……literally none.

        The lens is a MUCH larger indicator of picture quality.

      • http://www.facebook.com/titadab05 Ali Othman

        Unless you’re a spec nerd.

        To any non-photographer, the difference between 8 & 5 isn’t noticable in most instances.  When you get it to poster size, yes, you’ll see less pixelation.  To post directly to Facebook or look at on a 4.7″ screen……literally none.

        The lens is a MUCH larger indicator of picture quality.

  • http://twitter.com/IDisposable Marc Brooks

    Battery life, 12 seconds :)

  • http://twitter.com/IDisposable Marc Brooks

    Battery life, 12 seconds :)

  • n900mixalot

    I’d sign a contract for one but haven’t the Nexus phones that were available on T-Mobile been bring-your-own; i.e., no subsidy?

    Ah wait, when the Nexus One first came out they (T-Mobile) were the only carrier to subsidize it. Now I guess it’s … goooood luuuuuuck!!!

  • Anonymous

    there’s some more info leaking about the Verizon affiliation.  Looks like Verizon is striking a lot of exclusive deals.

  • Kevinmarchibald

    The performance in the leaked hands-on video on Engadget looks okay, though no web browsing or flash resizing was shown. I’m a bit worried about lag since this device supposedly uses the same TI 4460 as the RAZR, which has a Quadrant benchmark of 2667, below that of the Amaze 4G. But maybe Samsung optimized the TI firmware for the Nexus, including GPU-based UI acceleration and NEON instructions.

  • Yumadth0

    article should be titled ‘Need a reason to leave Tmobile.”

    • Anonymous

      Why when we will get this? lol its hard to believe the thought that the main android carrier from the get go and the main nexus brand holder wouldn’t get a nexus lol i mean seriously

      • Guest

        Maybe they’re saying why make a phone for a carrier that’s already dead. I’m sure a lot of companies and analyst see T-Mobile as DOA.

      • Guest

        Maybe they’re saying why make a phone for a carrier that’s already dead. I’m sure a lot of companies and analyst see T-Mobile as DOA.

  • Yumadth0

    article should be titled ‘Need a reason to leave Tmobile.”

  • Anonymous

    I like every spec except for the processor why TI? Samsung is soooooo much better overall 

  • Anonymous

    Why can’t t-mobile get their hands on a exynos device??

  • Guest

    I hope that T-Mobile gets this but for some reason I’m not optimistic. 

  • newcam

    iphone is better

  • Eirich1c

    When will all you Droid-heads figure out that the specs don’t matter a lick when the OS developers clutter it with $h!t? iPhone 4S looks like a clunker on paper, but runs circles around these hunks of trash.

  • Eirich1c

    When will all you Droid-heads figure out that the specs don’t matter a lick when the OS developers clutter it with $h!t? iPhone 4S looks like a clunker on paper, but runs circles around these hunks of trash.

  • Anonymous

    Galaxy S2 has faster processor speed and higher camera resolution – and I am sure will be getting Ice cream in a future update. Dont see the big deal about this phone to be honest…

  • Anonymous

    Galaxy S2 has faster processor speed and higher camera resolution – and I am sure will be getting Ice cream in a future update. Dont see the big deal about this phone to be honest…