I think Nexus line of handsets have always been about Pure Android experience & good ergonomics. Specifically highlighting, any thing above 5.2 or Max 5.5 size is not very comfortable.In short Nexus should remain a Mobile & not become a phablet.Please!
Shamu is big , cant believe that it would be the Nexus 6. Mayby Nexus 6 plus or something similar, but the size is more than an smartphone....
And "only" 3200mAh battery surely theres room for biger one, i mean look at G3 and it allmost has the same in side of it
This can't be the Nexus 6. The Nexus line of smartphones is intended for developers who want the latest Android version in a phones as cheap as possible. In no wway Google and Motorola can fit those specs in a phones with a price tag of even under 500 dollars.
ABSOLUTELY CORRECT, This is Moto X 2014 and all the leaked photos are exactly the same as that. And The one that has about phone stuff on it is probably a rooted and flashed version with PA and L Theme.
??, 27 Sep 201464bit is COMPLETELY immaterial on phones. What matters is that the OS fully supports the new ... moreuhh yeah and your point is? Immaterial or not is a matter of time, effort and dev resources and my prev post was just to arrive to a possible explanation on how/why shamu won't be 64 bit right now.
thecalmcritic, 26 Sep 2014After Android One's debut, one thing should be crystal clear to all of us here; aarch64 Androi... more64bit is COMPLETELY immaterial on phones. What matters is that the OS fully supports the new ARMv8 ISA (which also supports 64bit), as it's hugely more powerful and efficient than ARMv7.
PhoneNerd, 27 Sep 2014You wish. :)That is because this is not the new nexus device. It is just a new version of the Moto X.
Junk, 26 Sep 2014You must have a big pocket. This phone is way too big.You wish. :)
Anonymous, 27 Sep 2014looks kinda fake, no flash impossible.It does have a flash its ring flash just check out moto x u will come to know
The Moto X 2014 is a ugly looking phone, especially the LEDs around the camera - spoils the classy look.
I just pray the Nexus X doesn't look like that.
I hope that it has the four microphone noise cancellation found in the 2nd Gen. Moto X.
That aside, I'm glad to see that almost every single person in the comments objects to the size and finds it to be way too big.
I understand that there are a lot of people who like phablets. And I think that's fine.
But it's really a problem when all of the current flaghip phones are phablets or nearly phablets. Wanting a reasonably sized (5" or less) phone should not mean one has to scarifice on performance. And yet consistently the "smaller" 5 inch phones have worse cameras, less memory, older slower procesors.
I was surprised that even Apple put the best specs only in the iPhone 6 Plus. Only Samsung seems to do this right, where the current Galaxy flaghip and the Note are always both given the best latest hardware.
The obvious solution is to offer two sizes, but keep the specs the same.