As we draw closer to the rumoured October 15 launch of the new Nexus smartphone, the first official-looking press render of the phone has appeared online. Shared by now-retired @evleaks, the render reveals a phone, which seems to be an enlarged version of the Moto X (2nd Gen) smartphone but with some subtle design tweaks.
It seems Google and Motorola have decided to ditch the metal frame (present in Moto X (2014)) and use a normal plastic frame in Nexus 6, but we can’t be certain until the official launch. No other new details are available at this point but we already know a lot about the phone like 5.9-inch Quad-HD display, Snapdragon 805 quad-core processor, 3GB of RAM, Android L and 13MP rear camera with OIS. The Nexus 6 will also reportedly come with 2MP front shooter and 3200 mAH battery.
In related news, a number of alleged Android promos have been leaked, one of which even shows something like Nexus 6 in use. The promo videos also carry a new slogan for Android – Be together. Not the same, which highlights the diversity and choice present in the Android ecosystem. It is likely that these promos will be officially released after the Android L and new Nexus devices launch.
Videos via Droid Life