From what we know of the upcoming Google Nexus 6, should that indeed be its name, it will include a large, 2K display, run on the all-new Android L, and instead of LG, will this time be manufactured by Motorola. Given that the Google subsidiary has taken the manufacturing reigns, it should come as no surprise that the leaks of the Nexus 6 have revealed a number of Motorola-inspired design quirks, and in a new set of renders, we get clear look of the overall aesthetic.
Google's Nexus 6, or "Nexus X" as it's rumored to be called, will likely roll out later on this month alongside the greatly-revamped Android L, and after numerous leaks of the device in typically grainy photos, we have a clear shot of the handset being used out in public.
Google's Nexus line of smartphones and tablets have long since offered consumers a completely unadulterated Android experience, as well as decent hardware, at a price considerably lower than competitors. After last year's Nexus 5, which was manufactured by LG, Google's very own Motorola has been tasked with the role of building its successor, which is expected to arrive at some point in the coming weeks. Now, we have a couple of leaked snaps that apparently allow use a sneak preview of what's in store, and below, you can check it out.
If you're in the market for a new smartphone, but took the opportunity to pass on Apple's recently released iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus in the hope that rumors pertaining to the Google Nexus 6 might be true, then you could be in luck.
Every year, Google comes through a new Nexus smartphone, and although LG is ordinarily tasked with building side of things, it's reckoned that Motorola will be at the helm for this year's edition. Given that we had the Nexus 4, then the current flagship Nexus 5, it was naturally presumed that the Big G would take the wraps off the Nexus 6 later on this year, but as per a new report, it may well be given the 'Nexus X' moniker.
Quite a few months ago, we learned Google could be plotting to release a bunch of Nexus branded devices this fall (as many as five), and the way rumors and speculation have been flying around with regards to a number of would-be Nexus OEMs, that forecast is looking more and more on the money. Sony is the latest company to join the rumor mill, and its supposed "Nexus X" device has now allegedly been spotted in the wild.