One of the most expected smartphones of 2014, Nexus 6, seems to be keeping the front page. If the latest leaks were claiming that the upcoming stock Android device will basically be a bigger version of the all new Moto X, now it’s almost a certainty that it will indeed feature a massive display and it should make it to the market soon.
Android Police recently published a set of pictures showing the front of the Nexus 6 for the first time and also confirming the fact that it will run Android L, as AOSP build, to be more specific, with an unknown baseband version.
Also, the kernel version is another important aspect. The one featured in the leaked picture is built directly by Google, confirming the fact that this is indeed a Nexus device.
Like mentioned above, the display seems very likely to measure 5.9 inches and feature on-screen navigation buttons. There are also rumors about the Nexus 6 featuring front-facing speakers, as it can be seen in the image on the right. Still, this could also be just a prototype, so this information should be taken with a grain of salt, until anything official comes up.
The Motorola-made Nexus 6 is expected to be powered by a quad-core Snapdragon 805 CPU, clocked at 2.6 GHz and 3 GB of RAM, while the internal storage will count 32 GB. A 13 MP rear camera, alongside a 2 MP front snapper and a 3200 mAh battery complete the specs list, making this smartphone one of the most powerful on the market.