Nexus 6 also known as Nexus X is making lots of buzz and rumors all around the tech and gadget world and I am very concerned about it, since I am a nexus user and I just love Google products. The Nexus 6 will have a 5.9-inch QHD display screen and will be modelled on the Motorola Moto X. It is also said that the Nexus 6 phone will be manufactured by the Motorola Company.
There were many rumored specs and rumored hardware photos when the Nexus 6 become the hot topic in the tech world. But the Android Police have made lots of thing confirmed such as the Nexus 6 will be coming with 5.9 inch screen, 3200 mAh Battery , Dual front faceing speakers, front facing camera of 2 MP and the Nexus 6 will be surely coming with stable Android L / Android 5.0 version.
It is also confirm that the Nexus 6 will be compatible with Motorola\’s turbo charger for super-fast charging. For reference, Motorola currently claims that 15 minutes on the charger will give the new Moto X \”8 hours\” of usage. This is be the most important factor to grab the buyers towards it.
The Nexus 6 will be having a 13 MP rear-camera with optical image stabilization which is similar to the Moto X smartphone. The good news is that, on paper, the battery and screen are far better than what is found on the 2nd generation Moto X and it is considered another plus point for Nexus 6.
We can see a bunch of new stuff just on the home screen. Revamped icons for the dialer, Play Store, Gmail, and Play apps all generally match what we\’ve seen before, while there are new tweaked icons for Maps and Google, and a new folder on the home screen specifically for Drive\’s suite of editing apps.
The final word is that the Nexus 6 will be unveiled in mid-October, potentially to coincide with the release of Android L,the new Android version, and based on what we\’ve noticed so far is that the hopes are not much high as it is similar to Moto X in many aspects. But we will wait till the launch of the Nexus 6 and the Android L
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