Yesterday we learned that Google may indeed be looking to Motorola to produce a giant 6-inch smartphone.
The Nexus 6 would essentially look like a stretched out version of the recent Moto X 2 (2014), with a 5.92-inch QHD 2560 x 1440 display.
Of course, the first phone of note to feature a QHD display was the LG G3 earlier in the year, so it's perhaps fitting that the first unofficial picture of the Nexus 6 places it alongside LG's pixel-dense flagship.
The LG G3 is no small device, thanks to its 5.5-inch display, but as you can see from the picture published on a Droid-life comment section, it's made to look positively dainty alongside what appears to be the Nexus 6.
We also get a good look at that Moto X 2-like design. Sure enough, the distinctive bulging and dropping top edge is in places, as is the neat camera lens-surrounding flash array and 'M' recess.
Of course, there's a chance that this isn't the Nexus 6 at all, but rather a prototype for a stand-alone Motorola phablet. But it certainly seems to match yesterday's artist's impression and the leaked specs that accompanied it.
Those specs also mentioned a Snapdragon 805 CPU, 3GB of RAM, a 3,200mAh battery, and a 13-megapixel camera.
With Google expected to announce its Android and Nexus plans in October, we shouldn't have too long to wait to confirm or deny these latest reports.
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