For the hard core tech geeks out there, TI’s processors rarely disappoint. It seems almost certain now that the first Ice Cream Sandwich phone (Nexus Prime?) will be using a TI OMAP 4 processor. How do we know? First, that picture at the top of the article was not some photo shop job our tech people did, but something that Motorola published themselves. To top it off, the community was able to predict an Nvidia processor for the first Honeycomb tablets based on what is posted on the Android Open Source Project site. Taking a look at the kernel github, there are a lot of posts by Google (duh),TI, Imagination Technologies, and Broadcom. Similar to how we used this to point at the Tegra 2 chip, this points strongly to the TI OMAP 4 (the best guess we have is the 4460 series). I’ve already said I’m holding out for the Nexus Prime, the fact that it’ll be running the most recent OMAP4 processor all but assures that notion for me. How about you guys? Who’s holding out buying other phones for Google’s next pure Android experience?