Fresh details of the long rumoured Google “Nexus 6” a.k.a the “Nexus X” by Motorola (codename: “Shamu”) have just been leaked by 9to5Google, revealing that the device will sport a massive 5.92-inch diagonal display, while the phablet’s body will be just a bit larger than that. Also, the overall appearance of the device will be more like a “scaled up 2nd generation Moto X with some minor tweaks” to make the larger size easier to use.
Based on specifications leaked previously, Google’s forthcoming “Shamu” phablet is believed to feature a 1440p display, a 2.6GHz quad-core Snapdragon 805 processor, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage, a 12-megapixel rear-facing camera, a 2-megapixel front-facing shooter and 64-bit ‘Android L’. However, none of these leaks have yet been proved legit.
“The device we’ve learned about is actually going to pack a 5.92-inch screen, as mentioned above, with QHD resolution of 2560 x 1440. This dense screen according to our calculations comes out to be 498 PPI—a fairly impressive number for any smartphone. As such, it’s going to have a battery that is equally impressive, packing 3,200 mAh to power all of those pixels.
As for the camera, it’s actually going to be a 13 MP shooter on the back, and as previously rumored, we can corroborate that it should have the ability to shoot 4K UHD video at launch. As for the front shooter, the device is going to have a 2 MP camera that is identical to the one on the 2nd generation Moto X”.
The alleged device is slated for release in November, with an official announcement expected next month.