October 29th is only just a few days away now which means swathes of Android fans (in the US) are going to get the opportunity to pre-order the latest and greatest smartphone from Google’s Nexus division, the Nexus 6. While it’s a pretty polarizing device thanks to its nigh-on 6-inch display, there still seems to be enough interest in the device that sees Google bring a premium Nexus smartphone to the market again after a brief hiatus with the budget Nexus 4 and Nexus 5. With the pre-order date so close, it’s no surprise to see the device make a visit at the FCC to get approved.
While the above image might look a bit unassuming, the dimensions that are cited in the image, 159.4mm x 83mm, are an exact match for the dimensions of the Nexus 6 as listed on the Google Play Store (159.26mm x 82.98mm to be precise).
In addition to this image, we get a table which lists a whole lot of technical mumbo jumbo, but also the radio bands the Nexus 6 will support, which according to this list includes bands to support all carriers including Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile and AT&T. With the Nexus 6 presumably passed the last formality before going on sale, all we really need is for October 29th to hurry up and get here.
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