Samsung has announced LTE variants of its Galaxy S II and Galaxy Tab devices, and appears to have accidentally confirmed it is working on the next Google Nexus smartphone.
The vendor said its Galaxy S II LTE will include a faster 1.5GHz dual-core processor, a 4.5” Super AMOLED Plus display, and an 8MP camera.
Its debut LTE tablet, the Galaxy Tab 8.9 LTE, will as the name suggests have an 8.9” screen. Availability and pricing has not been announced.
Separately, a cease and desist letter sent by Samsung's legal team seems to have confirmed rumors that Samsung is working on the next in the Nexus line of Google-branded Android smartphones.
The letter, published on Geek.com, warns against disclosing details of a device known as the Nexus Prime.
The name of the recipient has been blacked out, but the letter claims the person is in possession of firmware for the Nexus Prime.
The apparent gaffe came one day after Samsung was revealed to have seemingly let slip word it was working on a trio devices, including a smartphone likely to use its Bada OS and a tablet named the Galaxy Tab 7.7. The third device is called the Galaxy Note.