A new Nexus phone is coming out soon. We've seen rumors, reports, mockups, and everything else flying around about the upcoming 5.9-inch device from Motorola. We've mostly spared you the excruciating play-by-play (someone made one out of wood!), but for the first time in a long time, there's a real news tidbit to report—there are pictures.
Android Police scored the above two pictures of someone using the upcoming Nexus device during their commute. The Motorola Nexus—codenamed "Shamu"—was expected to look a lot like the 2014 Moto X, just bigger. That appears to be the case based on the pictures above. And we know it's not just a Moto X, because the power and volume buttons are in a different spot. The 2014 Moto X has them toward the top of the device, and these are more toward the center.
For more evidence, the device is running a version of Android L that we haven't seen before. The navigation buttons are similar to the buttons on the preview build, but they're smaller. The status bar icons are also no longer segmented. For instance, the cell signal is normally a series of bars, but here it's just a triangle. Additionally, there's a heart icon on the left of the status bar, but the jury is still out on whether that's Google Fit in action or just some third-party app.