With each passing day, it feels like we get to know the Nexus 6 a little better. Codenamed the Motorola Shamu, Google‘s rumoured next smartphone device is set to shake things up in the Nexus category by shipping a 5.9-inch monster of a phablet sometime in mid-October, which has so far gotten varied reactions. Regardless, the fact that the device is likely going to resemble its spiritual brother in the Moto X 2014 means that it is a very familiar device and means Nexus 6 renders that have been springing up, like the one above, are looking really quite accurate. These renders are courtesy of Sir Dave Kover who’s added the Nexus inscription on the back of the device that we have all been waiting to see.
While it’s not certain that the device will end up looking exactly like these renders, it’s a pretty good bet that overall the device will look like this – I’m a fan of the white myself. Behind that Quad HD, 5.9-inch display is a Snapdragon 805, 3GB RAM and a 13MP OIS camera, which all sounds very snazzy, but has us questioning whether the Nexus 6 is going to be as cheap as we’ve come to expect from a Nexus device. All conjecture of course, and we’ll be patiently waiting to find out some solid details whenever Google decides to divulge them
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