So, by now you've heard of the Galaxy Nexus/Nexus Prime/Droid Prime/Samsung Prime... or whatever we're calling it these days. If you haven't, well... you should find a rock with internet access to live under. Details are few and far between, but thanks to the guys over at MyDroidWorld, we have a full listing of the installed system apps to gander at while we wait for something better to come along.
There are a few notable entries in the list, but we can talk about those after you look over it in its entirety:
Alright, let's do this in alphabetical order, shall we? Try to keep up.
First up is ChromeBookmarksSyncAdapter.apk. You can probably guess what that does, but if you need some help, here's a hint: it will probably sync your Chrome bookmarks with your ICS device. Sweet, no? One of the most requested features that we've heard on the browser front.
Keeping on the interesting list, we have FaceLock.apk. Not sure what it does, but it sounds violent. Or protective.
Finally, we have NFCGoogle. apk (in the N section for those following along at home), which will clearly deal with the NFC chip in the... I'm just going to call it the Prime. Deal with it.
It's definitely noteworthy that this list is completely void of bloatware, something sure to please the heart and soul of those of who aren't big fans of the added crap carriers like to force us to deal with. Good job, Google. Help us keep our devices clean!