Google Nexus 6 likely to be Unveiled in November

first_imgGoogle Nexus 6 is expected to be launched in late 2014 according to Google Inc’s official announcement. This time the probability is that Motorola is working on Nexus 6, since LG and HTC are not in the league anymore.  If speculations are to be believed the new device bearing Nexus brand name might resemble Moto X.  Reportedly, Motorola is working on a 5.2 inch device which will either be titled as Nexus 6 or Nexux X, which is likely to be unveiled in United States in the month of November. The leaked report, suggests that the phone is being tested for various errors or glitches before it is finally launched.A few other reports suggest that the device is likely to be titled as Nexus X instead of Nexus 6.The alleged 5.2 inch (1440X2560 pixels) Nexus X is expected to sport a 13 MP camera. The gadget will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 CPU with quad-core Krait 405 processor clocked at 2.65 GHz. The entire configuration will be backed with coupled with 3GB RAM. The upcoming Nexus device has been listed in AnTuTu, that comprehensively test all aspects of a device, including UX, GPU, RAM, CPU, Input and Output individually, so the expectations are much higher. Other than this the device has 32 GB internal storage, 2 MP front camera, and sensors including Barometer and Nearfield communication (NFC). All these features will run on, yet to be announced, Android L platform.Arguably Android L will make its debut in the market along with ‘Nexus X’.The new Android L Update brings Enhanced notifications, advanced camera capabilities, 64-bit support and advanced gaming support for heavy games and many other features. advertisementNexus series has been especially designed for developers as it gives you the developer access to the software which permits you to modify an apps runtime engine from Java to ART, install custom ROMs and get early permit to the new builds of Android much before most of the releases.last_img

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