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Report: The Nexus 6 has a 6 Inch Screen

Google’s Nexus Line has been hugely succesful , both in sales and also in its mission. It has successfully served as a Benchmark for other Android Products, and also has given users the purest and the best Android Experience at an unmatched Price.

While rumors are abound that Google will replace the Nexus Line with the Android Silver Line (High-end Smartphones running pure Stock Android, similar to Google Play Edition Devices), there are also rumors that Google is about to launch new Nexus Products, including the Nexus 6.

According to 9to5Google, the Nexus 6, staying true to its name, will have a 6 Inch (Precisely 5.92 Inches) Screen with QHD (2560×1440) Resolution (498 ppi).

It be manufactured by Motorola (Codename: Shamu), and will merely be a bigger Moto X, with even the locations of the power Button, Volume Buttons and Ports remaining the same.

Underneath will be a fast Snapdragon 805 Processor, along with 3GB of RAM, which is probably more than you will ever use. There will also be 32GB of Internal Storage.

The optics look pretty good on paper, with the Nexus 6 supposedly having a 13MP Camera with 4K Recording.

It is rumored to launch in November. One thing we would like to say, and that is: Don’t increase the size. The 4.7 Inch Screen on the was the perfect size, and Google increased it to 5 Inches on the Nexus 5, which was still manageable.  But 6 Inches is too big, and it would be awkward handling that big of a slab (And when it falls on your Face…sheesh)

What do you think of the rumored Nexus 6? Do you agree when we say that 6 Inches is too big? What’s the perfect Size, in your opinion?



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