Hold on to your seats, Fandroids. The rumored Nexus 6 has finally surfaced!
Codenamed “Shamu” after the famous SeaWorld orca, the Nexus 6 (also called “Nexus X”) is currenly being developed by Google in conjunction with Motorola, and if a leaked image posted on Android Authority is to be believed, it’s pretty huge.
More of a phablet than a phone, the handset will look very much like the Moto X, with a larger, QHD display (498 PPI) measuring 5.92 inches. It’s said to have a Snapdragon 805 CPU with 3GB RAM and 32GB internal storage, and is to be supported by a generous 3200mAH battery. According to The Inquirer, it will be the first device to run on the much talked about Android L, which if true, will definitely push the game to a whole new level.
9to5google.com reports that the device is scheduled to be announced on October and released in November, so stay tuned for succeeding updates!