Google Nexus 6 : Specifications Leaked !!
There is a lot of hype surrounding the latest phone being developed by Motorola which is aptly named – Motorola Shamu. And why would it not be, after all this particular handset is pegged to be the upcoming Google Nexus 6. Any product being launched by Google is keenly awaited by consumers and industry watchers worldwide. It helps if the product is the successor to the highly successful Nexus 5. If the recent leaks from GFXBench database are to be believed, then this latest offering by Google is bound to become one of the most potent flagship smart-phones when it finally gets revealed.
Motorola Shamu (Google Nexus 6) is named after a killer whale which featured in many shows of the SeaWorld. It is slated for a Late 2014 release. Google tends to nickname their products after sea creatures e.g. the Nexus 5 was codenamed. It was also earlier speculated that the smartphone which is being touted as the greatest of this time will have a 5.9 inch display and finger print scanner.
But according to the reports from the GFXBench, the Motorola Shamu will have a 5.2 inch QHD Display with a resolution of 2392×1440 pixels rather than the bulkier 5.9 incher. Other specifications include a Quad Core – 2.6497 Mhz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, a 3GB RAM as well as 24GB of internal storage memory.
The handset would sport a Snapdragon 805 processor most probably coupled with an Adreno 420 GPU. The Motorola Shamu or the Google Nexus 6 will also boast of a 13MP primary camera with 4K UHD video recording ability and a 2MP front camera for efficient video-calling and selfie-clicking. It goes without saying that the Shamu will take centre stage with the official launch of Android L in smart-phones
The leaked specifications are breathtaking indeed. We earnestly hope that the Motorola Shamu gets translated into Google Nexus 6. It was expected to be announced alongside a HTC developed Nexus 8 tablet. If the aforementioned specs are true than this phone is worthy to be the new poster boy of Google as well Android L which will be hard to beat by any of its competitors.
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