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October 06, 2014

Google Nexus 6 Rendering Shows Off Huge Phone

Despite reports of the iPhone 6 Plus bending if kept in people’s pockets, the American public in the midst of a real romance with the Phablet. Google seems to understand this, given the recent specs released for the Google Nexus 6. With a video release, comparing the phone to other large handsets, it appears the Nexus 6 might be able to claim the title of biggest phone on the market when it releases.

Canoopsy has created a rendering of the Nexus 6 based on leaked specifications and then compared the size of that rendering with phones like the Galaxy Note 3. As you know, the Galaxy Note 3 has long been setting the bar for what it means to have a very large handset. It appears the Nexus 6 will raise that bar just a tad. The iPhone 6 Plus is rather large as well and it appears Apple’s new handset will rival the size of the Nexus 6, but Google’s new creation still appears to be the biggest of the flagship phones.

Once you stop comparing the Nexus 6 render to the other big phones on the market, it becomes truly clear just how big this handset is. The Nexus 6 dwarfs other larger phones, such as the Blackberry Passport. Among the specs that have been leaked for the Nexus 6 includes a screen that has a 5.9-inch QHD display with a resolution of 2,560x1440 pixels. The processor is said to be a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 and the phone reportedly has 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage.

While there isn’t yet an official unveiling or release date for the flagship phone, industry analysts believe it will likely be revealed next month alongside the HTC Nexus 9 tablet. It would make sense to show off the newest phablet alongside the most recent Android tablet. Google is rumored to also be getting ready to show off the Android L at the same event in November.




Edited by Maurice Nagle


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