We’re getting near the time where we expect Google to announce the next Nexus device, which many believe will be the Nexus 6. For the most part, Google has been tight lipped on what we can expect from the new Nexus, but that hasn’t stopped various rumours from ‘verified’ sources from hitting the web. We’ve put together some thoughts on what we expect to see from the Nexus 6.
Nexus 6 specifications
If the trend continues, we expect to see LG manufacture the Nexus 6. They did a superb job at crafting the Nexus 5 and it would seem a bold move for Google to look elsewhere. If this turns out to be the case, then the chances are that the Nexus 6 will be closely based on the LG G3. This would mean 3GB of RAM and as its name suggest, a 6-inch display. Google has been famed for using the Nexus line to bring some great new concepts to Android, and this time around many believe we’ll see a fingerprint scanner now included. According to the Taiwan Daily Press, we could potentially see an octa-core processor included in the Nexus 6.
Nexus 6 release date
This one we’re fairly certain one. Keeping with tradition, Google will almost certainly release the Nexus 6 in late October/early November. Expect the Nexus 6 to go on-sale on the Google Play store the same day it’s announced.
Nexus 6 pricing
The Nexus 5 16GB launched for £299 on the Google Play store and we would be very surprised if Google didn’t follow the same suit with the Nexus 6.