Motorola Nexus 6 (Shamu) Spotted Running Android L – First Public Images!

Rafia Shaikh
Posted Oct 2, 2014
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We have read a lot about the upcoming 5.9-inch Nexus phablet from Motorola. However, we haven’t seen the rumored device much. There was an alleged image showing the back of the device followed by some pretty good renders of Motorola Nexus 6, previously known as Motorola Shamu. Today we are looking at the first couple of images of an actual Motorola Nexus 6 device running Android L.

– Motorola Nexus 6 Name (No More Shamu) and Specs Confirmed

Motorola Nexus 6 real-life images:

These images show the device being used by a person while commuting. Shamu is apparently wearing a snap-on cover for protection and looks quite big! The two Nexus 6 images show both the sides of the upcoming phablet. While we would have loved the device without the protective cover, it still gives us a fair bit of idea. These images have been sent to Android Police by an anonymous tipster making the credibility a little shady. However, we will not disregard these images in any way as the images seems pretty legit and they at least claim to show the first of this much talked-about Motorola device.
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The rumored Nexus X is the first 5.9-inch device expected from Google. Motorola will be responsible to manufacture this quite popular a smartphone. The device has so far been known as Google Nexus X, Motorola Shamu, Moto X, Nexus 6, and more. The Nexus 6 will be a 5.9-inch QHD display phablet powered by a Snapdragon 805 processor. Primary shooter is rumored to be 13-megapixel with Optical Image Stabilization and the device will have quite a large 3,200 mAh battery.

Motorola Nexus X is highly anticipated to be launched later this month. With the first real life snaps of Motorola Nexus spotted, it is quite likely that the rumored device is ready for a public release.

– 5.9-inch Motorola Nexus 6 “Shamu” Gets Snapdragon 805, 3200 mAh Battery, and 12MP Shooter

– Source: Android Police

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