Google could introduce the new Nexus 6 in October, according to a new report. 9to5Google is reporting that the new handset will start selling in the last quarter of 2014.
The same report also suggested that U.S-based T-Mobile will be among the many mobile carriers to sell the forthcoming Android L-powered Nexus 6. Interestingly, the Nexus 6 is rumored to get Wi-Fi calling feature from T-Mobile, which seems to be a good idea.
The U.S Telco T-Mobile is already providing Wi-Fi calling service on a number of Android running phones, claims 9to5Google.
Until now, neither Google nor T-Mobile has properly spelled anything in respect to the Nexus 6. Thus it is advisable to take this rumor as a pinch of salt.
Google's Nexus 5, which went on sale in late last year, continues to the best handset in terms of horse power. Well now we're in 2014, so logically the successor to the Nexus 5 should be launched in days to come.
Some are reporting that Google might have killed off the Nexus range, in favor of its Android Silver program. For now nothing is official yet and the Nexus 6 could arrive sometime next month around Holidays.
Meanwhile, we've made a list of top 10 rumors you should know about Google's Nexus 6. Dive in!
According to PhoneArena, the forthcoming Nexus 6 will be simply known as ‘Nexus X', and the smartphone will have a model number XT1100. The report also stated that Nexus X will be the official marketing name.
Nexus X will be secretly unleashed during the Halloween season that begins during late October. Therefore, users should expect the device somewhere between October and November time frame.
Reportedly the Nexus 6 aka Shamu will feature a 5.2-inch QHD display having a resolution of 2560 x 1440-pixels.
Apparently the upcoming device is expected to flaunt a quad-core Snapdragon 805 processor, paired with 3GB of RAM and the Adreno 420 GPU.
Trusted sources close to Tech Times have revealed that Google neither choose LG nor Lenovo but instead zeroed in on HTC to produce the Nexus 6.
Nexus 6 is unlikely to arrive before Android L is ready for mass consumption.
Nexus 6 will reportedly pack a high-quality 13MP camera, and a 5MP front facing shooter
It is being reported that South Korea's LG might not manufacture the next-gen Nexus handset. The South Korean was the working force behind the last two phones under Nexus program.
Rumors have it that the upcoming Nexus 6 could be a revamped version of the latest generation Moto X.
The Moto S, which was previously said to be the Shamu, seems to be an independent version of the Nexus 6, and will reportedly pack a 5.9-inch FHD display.