Release Date of New Android OS and Nexus Prime Delayed
Oct 10, 2011
The Unpacked event was scheduled for CTIA expo and was supposed to shed light on the release date of the Nexus Prime and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS.
All the hype and rumors surrounding the release of the new Google Nexus Prime powered by the new Android OS Ice Cream Sandwich amounted to nothing and the predicted end of the world foretold ages ago. It was said that when a Google mobile phone couples with a Google Android operating system the doors of hell would open releasing the spirit of Baal the Devouer. That has also suffered a momentary setback and Armageddon was momentarily averted.
Google and Samsung decided to postpone the joint event for indefinite time. Read more on the event in our (Google Nexus Prime Release Date Shocks Competitors and Mobile Gamers) article.
It’s not clear why fans of mobile casinos will now have to wait a little longer to find out the release date of both the highly anticipated Nexus phone and the new Android OS. The rumored official statement from the two companies reads: “Samsung and Google decide to postpone the new product announcement at CTIA Fall. We agree that it is just not the right time to announce a new product. New date and venue will be shortly announced.”
At this point we can’t be sure if this statement is real or not, as there was no confirmation from either company’s representatives. Fans of Android casinos cross their fingers in hope that this all is one bad joke or someone’s attempt to receive more publicity.
Some sources suggest the release of the highly anticipated tools for mobile casino games is put off in connection with Steve Job’s death. This could be a possibility, however unlikely.
Other stipulations circle around the dissatisfaction with the hardware of Nexus Prime, which Samsung has built. We have already experienced this change of heart back when the iPad 2 got announced. Back then Samsung went on to rename the Galaxy Tab 10.1, which was released at MWC 2011, into Galaxy Tab 10.1v. Koreans later came up with a slimmer design and cheaper tablet, which is the Galaxy Tablet 10.1 we know now.
Stay tuned for our news, which we will publish once some official word on the matter surfaces.