I'm pretty sure this is just a generic phone, if it were the "Android Silver" it would most certainly have front camera, or a speaker grill or, any visible sensors on the top front or the bottom....
No doubt! from the design it is clear that this could be Google Nexus or android silver.
The shape of the device looks much like an HTC One but without the front logo.
Obviously the last reason you guys mentioned here, they aren't idiots to simply publish a photo like so clear like that of an upcoming flagship.
I might be a fake one because there is neither WiFi nor Data Connection shows on status bar although that person is browsing internet.
If at the phone was meant for illustrative purpose, they would have displayed the nexus 5 , which is owned by google itself.. this looks more of a teaser... lets hope for that, whatever the case may be, the phone depicted in the pic looks great, especially with the thin bezels, and since the next phone is to be manufactured by lg, which started the thin bezels, this might be the next upcoming google owned smartphone...
Where are all the nay sayers screaming about bezels? I wouldn't call those minimal bezels, nevertheless, I am never bothered by bezels so long they are proportional to the size of the phone and have a purpose! Just being ironic as I doubt this is the Nexus 6...... Must be a slow day for news!
I dont even think it is a phone. It may just be a dummy case with the Google Now screenshot pasted on it
Are you serious? All mobile sites are constantly searching for leaks and new phones. New almost IDENTICAL phones. This is a generic one. Just a touchscreen phone. You've to wait to see the Android Silver one
It doesn't have a ear speaker or any other sensor on it's front face.
Those slim screen bezels scream LG, I think this is the first Android Silver device.
It's just a generic image. The bezels are way off, they aren't symmetrical and they don't look to be parallel to the screen. Not to mention the lack of sensors and the copy/paste look of the "screen" of the device
Could the next name of OS be Lasagna? Though it does not belong to the dessert category, it still starts with L