Oct 01 AT 10:51 AM Alex Wagner 2 Comments

Motorola Nexus 6 reportedly spied being used in public


Still hungry for more Motorola Nexus 6 news, despite all of the leaks that we’ve gotten recently? If so, I’ve got good news for you, friend.

The folks at Android Police have shared a photo that claims to show a Motorola Nexus 6 in the wild. Much of the device itself is hidden by a thick snap-on case, but there are some details that we can still make out. Those include the lock and volume buttons that are centered on the side of the phone, front-facing speakers and some refreshed Android L status bar icons, all of which we’ve heard about in previous leaks.

From what we can tell in this photo, the Nexus 6 does look quite a bit like a larger version of Motorola’s new Moto X. Some folks have been concerned that the Nexus 6’s purported 5.9-inch display might make the phone too big, but the handset in this leaked photo doesn’t look unwieldy. Of course, it’s tough to gauge exactly how large the Nexus 6 is without another device in the photo to compare it to, but that’s what we’ve got to go on for now.

So what do you all make of the Nexus 6 in this photo? Has it changed your opinion on Google and Motorola’s upcoming Nexus smartphone?

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