Top Phones of 2011
Top Phones of 2011 Reuters

Days before Samsung's Nexus Prime is expected to be launched, everybody is talking Apple. Not only about the highly anticipated iPhone 4S, but about the company's visionary, Steve Jobs, who died on Wednesday leaving behind a legacy of products that have revolutionized the face of technology.

Nexus Prime has not been forgotten, however. Its rumor mill continues to turn with full momentum, as consumers wait for the unveiling of this year's second most anticipated phone: The Samsung Galaxy Nexus dubbed: Nexus Prime.

The latest report comes from BGR who say they have confirmed that the Samsung Galaxy Nexus will be a pure Google Experience device without any third party UI or modifications. The phone is also expected to be a Verizon Wireless exclusive in the U.S.

Here are the features expected to be unveiled by Samsung and Google next Tuesday:

Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich: to feature easier multitasking, new menu interface and a Google-blue theme.

Design: 9mm thin

Size: 4.65-inch 1280 x 720-pixel Super AMOLED HD with curved glass

Function: TI OMAP 4460 dual-core Cortex A9 processor clocked at 1.2GHz. 1GB of RAM

Memory: 32GB of built-in storage

Photos: 5-megapixel camera on the back, 1.3-megapixel in the front

Videos: 1080p HD video capture support

Band: LTE/HSPA depending on carrier

Internet: Wi-Fi a/b/g/n

Battery:1,750 mAh battery

Photos were leaked by Samsung hours before Apple's Let's Talk iPhone event on Tuesday revealing the phones high revolution screen, but not much else.

Meanwhile, Apple revealed its iPhone 4S, and although consumers were disappointed not to glimpse a version of the iPhone 5, many were still impressed by the new features:

Here are the top ten perks from Tuesday's Let's Talk iPhone Event:

The A5 Chip: The new iPhone may have the same retina screen but the interior has had an entire revamp with the latest A5 chip making its way into the phone.

It's Fast: With a Dual-core CPU the new iPhone is 2x as fast at CPU tasks and up to 7x faster than the previous iPhone, which is a great perk for games. Data can also be downloaded twice as fast as before. Theoretical max performance used to be 5.8 up and 7.2 down - now doubles to almost 14.4Mbps down.

Second Wireless System: The new iPhone can now intelligently switch between two antennas between send and receive to produce even higher calling quality. This has never been done in a phone before.

Brand New Camera: As predicted the iPhone 4S comes with an 8 megapixel sensor that gets 73% more light than the iPhone 4 sensor, and is 1/3rd faster. A high-end IR filter has also been fitted for greater accuracy and uniformity.

New Lens: The brand new camera lens has five elements and goes down to a wide f2.4 aperture

Apple designed ISP: The ISP enables face detection in photos and lets in a lot more light while shooting.

HD Video: The new iPhone 4S camera comes with stunning HD video with 1080p real-time video image stabilization.

Intelligent Assistant: With the new iPhone you can actually talk to your device through an integrated intelligent assistant who gets things done just by asking. Eg. What is the weather like? Where is this restaurant? Your device gives you all the answers you are looking for. Compose and dictate email right to your device. Set timers. Look up contacts, create notes, and search the Web.

More Languages: The intelligent assistant will have built-in with support for English, French, and German. More languages will be added over time.

It's out: iPhone 4S will be available in Black and white, 16GB for $199, 32GB for $299, and 64GB for $399. 64GB is the first time in an iPhone.

Pre-orders on the October 7th, and then launching on the 14th.