By Anton D. Nagy | October 19, 2011 5:04 AM
With the occasion of the Google Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich launch event Samsung has unveiled the third Google-phone (second made by the company), the Galaxy Nexus.
The variant Samsung and Google showed off was the HSPA+ one but make sure an LTE version is also on its way. According to Samsung, the LTE-enabled Galaxy Nexus will be a “little” thicker than the Google-phone we’ve all seen a couple of hours ago. There are no details regarding how thick it will be (nor millimeter talk) but the increase in dimension could very well be due to the LTE-hardware or a larger battery. Samsung didn’t comment on either of the aforementioned but due to the power required by LTE there should be a larger battery included.