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GSMArena just obtained the first live photo of the Samsung Nexus Prime.
According to GSMArena, the image confirms two important aspects of the Nexus Prime. First, the device has a Super AMOLED display of HD resolution - 720p on a 4.6-inch screen.
Second, the Nexus Prime does not seem to have any hardware keys, which is to be expected of Android Ice Cream Sandwich as the new OS is based on the tablet-centric Honeycomb platform that does not rely on hardware buttons for navigation the user interface.
If the image turns out to be real, the Samsung Nexus Prime will pose a grave threat to Apple's new iPhone (or iPhones).
The toe measurement is the difference in the distance between the front of the tires and the back of the tires. It is measured in fractions of an inch in the US and is usually set close to zero which means that the wheels are parallel with each other. Toe-in means that the fronts of the tires are closer to each other than the rears. Toe-out is just the opposite. An incorrect toe-in will cause rapid tire wear to both tires equally. This type of tire wear is called a saw-tooth as shown in this illustration.
If the sharp edges of the tread sections are pointing to the center of the car, then there is too much toe-in. If they are pointed to the outside of the car then there is too much toe-out. Toe is always adjustable on the front wheels and on some cars, is also adjustable for the rear wheels.
In its most basic form, a wheel alignment consists of adjusting the angles of the wheels so that they are perpendicular to the ground and parallel to each other. The purpose of these adjustments is maximum tire life and a vehicle that
tracks straight and true when driving along a straight and level road.
Wheel alignment is very important to ensuring your tires do not wear prematurely. A proper alignment also means less wear and tear on steering/suspension components. When a vehicles alignment is out of manufacturer recommended specification, it can cause the vehicle to drift/float or pull in different directions. This can pro
ve to be unsafe for you and the vehicle. Improper wheel alignment creates excessive friction on the road surface leading to uneven tire wear and unnecessary stress on steering/suspension components. This excessive drag will also reduce fuel economy.