5.9″ Motorola Shamu Compared with iPhone 6, Galaxy S5, Nexus 5, and Other Devices
Google's upcoming phablet smartphone from Motorola is a huge, 5.9-inch Quad HD display smartphone. Known popularly as Motorola Shamu and rumored to be officially called Nexus 6, this device is getting a lot of attraction thanks to its high-end specs and the credit that it takes for being one of the few to debut Android L. In the latest, Motorola Nexus 6 render is compared against varied devices including iPhone 6, Nexus 5, Galaxy S5, and more. While we have already shared with you some leaked real life images and a designed render of the device, comparison with other devices will certainly help you see exactly how big is the next Nexus phone going to be.
Motorola Nexus 6 render compared:
Sporting a massive 5.9-inch Quad HD 1440 x 2560 display panel, Nexus 6 is bigger than most of the current high-end smartphones are offering. Exceeding the phablet limit of 5.5-inches or 5.7-inches, Google is going forward with even a bigger size. While it is yet to be seen how this device will be taken by consumers considering its large, it is at least gaining a lot of momentum as we are nearing towards the launch time.
The upcoming Nexus is expected to launch later this month. Another launch of a rumored 9-inch tablet from HTC powered by a Nvidia Tegra K1 processor is also under the wraps. Reportedly, both these devices will carry the flag of debuting Android L which will then be followed by public release. Samsung is already working to give the OS its own TouchWiz feel which it will seed out sometime in November to both its current flagships.
Motorola Shamu is powered by industry standard Snapdragon 805 processor, a 13-megapixel primary shooter with Optical Image Stabilization module, and a bigger 3,200 mAh battery. If these are the specs that make you look forward to this device, here are the Nexus 6 renders compared against a variety of devices. Remember, this Nexus 6 render is exactly the one we shared with you yesterday, however, it is now used in a video for better comparison.
- Source: 9to5Google