Google Nexus 6 Tipped To Feature 5.5 Inch Display

By Anuj

There is a lot of speculation going on about the upcoming Google Nexus 6. Despite rumors that LG won't produce the Nexus 6 device, a new rumor suggests the alleged device might get launched sometime in October or November time frame.

Among many rumors churned out by the rumor mill, there are plenty of leaks regarding the phone's look and build. But today, according to a report from Ausdroid, Nexus 6 indeed exists and could appear in either October or November of 2014.

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Google Nexus 6 Tipped To Feature 5.5 Inch Display


Furthermore, the site claims the Google Nexus 6 will sport a large 5.5-inch display, just like the LG G3. The report, however, didn't shed light on the resolution of the display.. Also, it is unknown whether the device will be based on the G3 or will it be coming from some new vendor.

Not long ago, LG global communications director Ken Hong confirmed that the company doesn't have a Nexus device in the pipeline.

Earlier in the year during MWC 2014, Google's Sundar Pichai confirmed that the Nexus 6 will be released later this year. Notably, LG had denied its involvement in producing the next-gen Google device before the arrival of the Nexus 5, but later the company wasted no time in accepting credits when the phone went on to become a blockbuster.

Will the Google Nexus 6 feature QHD screen similar to that of LG G3? Only time will tell

Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!

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