Samsung unveils Galaxy Nexus
Hong Kong - Samsung and Google have unveiled their latest Galaxy Nexus smartphone, the first to run on Google's Android mobile operating system, Ice Cream Sandwich.
In a move to hopefully swing momentum back to the Android operating system, Google and Samsung previewed the new smartphone, the first to run on Android 4.0's so called "Ice Cream Sandwich" system.
The phone features an entire new look and feel with improved multi-tasking features, gadgets, and full web browsing experience.
The phone is designed to provide a 'pure Google' experience and incorporates several of Google's mobile services such as Android Market, Gmail, Google Maps, Movie Studio, YouTube and a redesigned Google+ app.
"Samsung and Google have closely collaborated to push the mobile experience forward," JK Shin, president and head of Samsung's Mobile Commutations business, said.
"We will continue to move forward with Android to provide the compelling consumer experience in the mobile world."
The smartphone will be available at the beginning of next month in US, Europe and Asia and gradually introduced to other global markets.
A spokesperson for Samsung Electronics said it is currently in the process of planning Hong Kong product launch and marketing strategy.
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