Samsung Nexus Prime screenshots and concepts

The Ice Cream Sandwich handset makes a sneak appearance

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Just as soon as the iPhone 4S excitement starts to die down, along comes some more mobile news to keep you interested. Google's first Android Ice Cream Sandwich handset, the Samsung Nexus Prime has started appearing on the web

The Samsung Nexus Prime (Aka Google Nexus Prime) has been making appearances all over the web, from screengrabs to artists impressions to a leak which claims to show the first official image of the handset rumoured to be making its entrance early tomorrow morning.

What is known for sure though is that the Nexus Prime will contain Androids latest and greatest operating system, Ice Cream Sandwich. Check out the images above to see a taster of what is believed to be the next step for Android on smartphones.

With an official teaser as the only accredited image it's important to point out that everything is still very much up in the air, but considering how scarily accurate concept ideas can be it's definitely worth taking into account the images which have been cropping up.

Samsung Nexus Prime: Leaked brochure

Of notable interest is an image which Engadget found, believed to show a brochure containing an image of the Nexus Prime, but called the Galaxy Nexus. There's no official word from Samsung on this so it looks like we'll have to wait until later to find out just how accurate these images were.

Samsung is holding its Samsung Mobile Unpacked event on Tuesday, where it's expected to announce the Nexus Prime. We'll bring you all the news direct from there as it breaks.

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Via GSMArena, Slashgear GeekyGadgets, Engadget