Motorola's upcoming Nexus 6 is said to have a huge 5.92 inch screen, which is bigger than the Apple iPhone 6 Plus.
According to CNET, the next Nexus, which may be dubbed the Nexus X, will be equipped with a 5.92-inch display and the overall body will be slightly larger than that. The screen will also reportedly come with a Quad HD resolution of 2,560x 1,440 pixels and a density of 498 pixels per inch.
The current Nexus 5 sports a 4.95-inch full HD screen with a resolution of 1,920x1,080. The Nexus 6 will not only top its predecessor but be designed more like the second-generation Moto X with some minor changes to make its larger screen size simpler to use, report said.
The microphone, headphone jack, and SIM card slot will be in the same spots as on the Moto X, at least proportionally, since the Moto X has a smaller body. And just as on the Moto X, the new Nexus will use an aluminum bezel.
Codenamed Shamu, the Nexus 6/ Nexus X will be powered by a Snapdragon 805 processor and come with 3GB of RAM. The device will include 32GB of internal storage, but other capacities should be available. It will also adopt a 13-megapixel camera in the rear that will be capable of shooting 4K UHD video, 9to5Google said. The front camera will be of the 2-megapixel variety, the same as the one on the new Moto X, the report added.