Motorola Nexus 6 FCC Approved – Device Could Launch as Early as Tomorrow
Following some strong benchmark results leaked yesterday about the much-rumored Motorola Nexus 6, we are now looking at a 6-inches device from Motorola being approved from FCC. Going through the rumors around Motorola's policies, it is probable that the recently approved device sees a public launch as early as October 9th!
Nexus 6 launch post-FCC approval:
Motorola's Nexus 6 aka Nexus X codenamed Motorola Shamu is a 5.9-inch device with QHD display and high-end specs. It is the first phablet smartphone from Google and is causing much uproar among the tech world. What we are looking at now is that a new device has gone through FCC regulations from Motorola today, and it could very well be Nexus 6. This FCC file is a 6-inch Motorola device with model number XT1254. The device
supports LTE Bands 2, 4, 5, and 17, GSM, and WCDMA frequencies at 850 MHz, 1700 MHz, and 1900 MHz.
The new Motorola smartphone has a 6-inch screen and the model number XT1254. The device operates on LTE Bands 2, 4, 5, and 17, and supports GSM and WCDMA at frequencies of 850MHz, 1700MHz, and 1900MHz, bands that are supported by AT&T and T-Mobile in the United States. - Android Central.
The frequencies match up with AT&T and T-mobile, carriers usually responsible to carry unlocked devices like Nexus. It should be noted that another Nexus device from HTC, the HTC Nexus 9, has also gone through the FCC regulations. The 9-inch tablet is highly expected to see a release this month.
The rumored Nexus 6 is the first 5.9-inch device expected from Google. Motorola will be responsible to manufacture this quite popular a smartphone. The device 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.
If the reports of Motorola's latest policy of launching two days after FCC approval are to be believed, Motorola Nexus 6 launch could be happening as soon as tomorrow. This also means an early Android L treat too!
- Source: Android Central