Nexus 6 сoncept phone packs 5.7’’ screen

Google logoBefore the end of this year, Google and one of its hardware partners should make official a new handset in the popular series of Nexus smartphones, one that should be called Nexus 6, but a new concept device has arrived on the web with this name attached to it.

Make no mistake about it, this is not a leaked handset, and the actual Nexus 6 will more than likely be different from what can be seen in the images attached to this post, but the concept can still impress in terms of looks and hardware capabilities.

This Nexus 6 is the result of a designer’s imagination and features a large, 5.7-inch touchscreen display capable of delivering a full HD resolution.

Google Nexus 6

This would make it one of the largest smartphones out there, one of the main reasons for which we say that the actual Nexus 6 is highly unlikely to resemble this concept. Google has always released phones in the lineup with medium-size screens.

The rest of the phone's specifications, however, could actually make it inside the next Nexus device, starting with the 64-bit processor, which is complemented by 3GB of RAM.

On the back, the Nexus 6 concept device features a 12-megapixel camera, capable of recording videos at 4K resolution, a feature that has started to gain popularity among flagship smartphones lately.

The concept phone is also said to arrive in at least three flavors, with 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB of internal memory, respectively. The usual set of connectivity capabilities and sensors should also be present inside the device.

Source: Softpedia

Tags: Google, smartphones

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