Samsung Nexus Prime shows up on Radioshack’s Cellebrite system

Cellebrite is a system used by phone carriers and other retailers such as Best Buy and Radioshack. Its function is to transfer mobile users’phone data such as phonebooks, pictures, videos, ringtones and more to another device. Radioshack’s Cellebrite system has just joined Best Buy’s and is now displaying the Nexus Prime aka SCH-i515. At this point, we’re not sure if this phone will keep its name or will be renamed to Galaxy Prime. Either way, we’re sure that we’ll hear something in the next 48 hours at the Samsung/Google event.

via Phandroid

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