As time passes by the rumors of the 6′ Inch Nexus 6 by Motorola are getting stronger, with the image of the device from the Rear angle and the leaked about page from earlier there is something new to add today, the front of the device code-named “Shamu” a.k.a Motorola Nexus 6. The folks over at AndroidPolice seem to have acquired an image of the Nexus 6 in real life, where a person holds it in his hand, giving us a slight idea of the 6 Inches Screen Size to be almost the real thing. While many of the Nexus fans won’t prefer a device as large as 6 Inches the Quad HD Resolution (496 ppi) might make it dense enough in terms of PPI.
The only visible parts of the device are the volume and power buttons through the case surrounding the entire device, they look pretty similar to Motorola’s Moto X 2014 (in large size). The rear panel leak from past weeks have already given us all an idea of what the “Shamu” could turn out to be but as far as confirmation go we can only be so sure at the moment. The spec-sheet of the Nexus 6 is however something to cherish with a 2.7Ghz Quad-Core Snapdragon 805 SoC powering it, along with this 3 Gigs of Ram and 32/64 Gigs of storage, we are certain that a MicroSD expansion slot won’t make it this time either. The camera sensor is expected to be a 13MP unit (same as Moto X 2014), while the Selfie Front unit will have to do with just 2MP (no Fancy 5MP Front Flash Camera yet). To power all those beefy specswe told you about battery capacity goes up to a 3200 mAh unit, which will be a very good move considering the Google Nexus 5 is criticized enough for it’s short battery life.