Moto Nexus 6 Mockup Looks Very Convincing; More Leaked Specs Too

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  1. dgstorm

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    Our friends at AndroidPolice created a mockup image of what their intel indicates the Motorola Nexus 6 will look like. On top of that, they claim to have new intel which confirms the Nexus 6 name and shares even more details of the device.

    As we can see in the pic, the phone is basically an enlarged version of the Moto X, and even includes front-facing speakers. Additionally, the edge of the phone will have the same aluminum frame as the Moto X. The specs shared in this report are a bit different than some we have seen before. Here's a breakdown of these most recent leaked specs:
    • 5.9-inch Display QHD display with 496ppi
    • 13MP shooter with OIS with the new dual-flash ring configuration
    • 2MP front camera
    • 3200+ mAh battery
    • Compatible with Motorola's turbo charger for super-fast charging
    • Android 5.0 L (of course)
    We can't corroborate this image or these specs, but it all seems solid based upon the reports we have seen so far. Let us now if you think 5.9-inches is too big or not.
     
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    Too big.
     
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    I don't think I'll be able to resist!
     
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    Why so large????
     
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    With no SD Card slot, I'd need at least 64Gb built-in to consider it. Otherwise, the specs looks fantastic and I love the size.