It is Nexus season, and if it wasn’t evident by the amount of leaks and at least one or two detail confirmations that we’ve seen in the last couple of weeks about the upcoming new Nexus smartphone, perhaps these renders will do the trick to put it into perspective. Earlier on at the end of last week we saw a confirmation post about Motorola’s upcoming Nexus 6 device, which seems it will in fact be sporting a 5.9-inch QHD display, and coming with dual stereo speakers, as well as many attributes of this years recently launched Motorola Moto X. That’s because the phones is reportedly going to be just a bigger and slightly more powerful version of that device, with tweaks to make it more googley of course as well as account for the bigger screen. By that last part we mean that the buttons, the volume rocker and power button to be precise, will be placed further down on the sides so as to make them more reachable.
While we have already seen a couple mockups of the Moto Nexus 6, these two renders depict a somewhat cleaner look of what we can probably expect from the device when it launches, which we were able to acquire thanks to Droid Life. Since these are just renders of course, we have no way of knowing whether or not the device will actually be coming in Black and White color options. Those were the available color choices for the Nexus 5, Nexus 4, and Galaxy Nexus however so it’s at least reasonable to assume that this could be the case with the Motorola Nexus 6 too. The renders show off the devices in black and white from a rear view, and they actually look pretty decent.
As it’s already been stated that the Nexus 6 will look largely the same(pretty much identical)to the Moto X 2nd Gen., these renders are appropriately just larger versions of the Moto X with the word Nexus on the back, just like we saw on the Nexus 5, as well as having those lower placed buttons we talked about above, which are basically sitting directly in the middle of the sides. Keep in mind these are just made up renders, and really just serve a purpose to show us what we could be seeing when the phone hits the shelves. What are your thoughts? We know some of you aren’t fond of that larger display, but if you’re happy with the design of the new Moto X then you should most likely appreciate the Nexus 6 design as well.