Just fake, Logo at the up of the phone are hide.
It's the "Motorola" Logo and the "AT&T" Logo.
ratGT, 02 Oct 2014They BETTER release a smaller version of it, because just a single Nexus 6 on 5.92" will ... more5" is the sweet spot?!?
I have heard that for 3.5", 4", 4.3", 4.7" and soon 5.2"
I'm fine with 5.7", of course if you use it just for phone calls, whatsapp and some silly game you better stick with smaller phones.
5" is not confortable with work and web browsing.
ratGT, 02 Oct 2014They BETTER release a smaller version of it, because just a single Nexus 6 on 5.92" will ... moreThe only thing that makes any sense is that Google may have a new version of the current nexus 5 (2014 edition or sth) with updated internals to match the current devices aswell.
We need to realize, Yes; Phone screens are getting bigger however the phone’s relative dimensions are still compact... As matter of fact, they are becoming thinner and lighter, which is more important, for mobility ...Remember only few years ago 4.2 inch was consider way too big now the same people are saying 5.2 is sweet spot.…...The reign of the phablet is inevitable.
They BETTER release a smaller version of it, because just a single Nexus 6 on 5.92" will push right away 2/3 of its potential buyers. 5" or 5.2" is the sweet spot, everything else will push away the non-phablet crowd.
I'd make a safe bet that two versions of the phone will come out, a 5.2" version and a beastly 5.92". I'm looking to get the larger version.
I wager it's display won't be more than 5.6 inches when announced.
BTW, what's that mate black circle spot on the top left?
anyone noticed that there is some sort of "big" camera or sensor on the top right of the screen, beside the earpiece? what could this be?
AnonD-305503, 02 Oct 2014So lets Get this out of the way now. 64-Bit Processors At this Point in time are COMPLETELY US... more64 bit chip useless on PC?Try maxed out Crysis 3 on FHD or QHD display with V-sync on.motion blur high.system and grahpic on very high.maxed anti-aliasing and see how much FPS u got.60FPS?.the answer is NO
I have no problem believing that the next nexus would be a 5, 9" phone but in the second pic is really strange. The phone seems to be in a bulky case on the hands of a woman and she manages to hold it pretty easy.. Maybe we get different size devices.....
Why everyone is saying it can't be 5.9"?
It is huge (for me) on this picture.
And this will be a major disadvantage for a Nexus device.
Only if, Google plans an Apple-like move and comes out with a 5.9" and a 5" device, that would be cool
So lets Get this out of the way now. 64-Bit Processors At this Point in time are COMPLETELY USELESS. there isnt a single app than can use the 64-Bit Process of this Chip. there will be no phone within the next 6 months that will have more than 4GB RAM so again 64-Bit is useless. this is going to go the exact same way as when 64-Bit Came to computers, the chips come out and then 1-2 Years later things will finally be able to take advantage of it.
AnonD-77810, 01 Oct 2014Green Status Bar.Now That Looks Interesting Status bar isn't green it's just washed out black - nice to see the cheapness is there lol. Google are idiots for making it that big. So no new nexus phone - just a massive moto monster with dodgy speakers. I wonder if Google have figured out how to make the notification light work properly in this model?