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October 1, 2014

Supposed Nexus 6 caught on camera, just a few things to see really

by John_A

We must be nearing the official launch announcement of the new Nexus 6. It always seems that “leaks” start to pick up more and more the closer we get to a device launch. The Nexus 6 has been suspected for a mid-October release, or at least announcement. We have heard rumored specs, reportedly confirmed specs, seen renders and now we have what appears to be a full-fledged Nexus 6 in use versus the image we saw earlier last week of the rear.

Nexus 6 image

I know, there isn’t a heck of a lot to see. What you can see though does confirm a few a things from the leak the other day though. For instance you can make out the signal strength in the notification at the top and see that it appears to be solid vs the usual individual bars. You can also make out the dual speaker grills on the top and the bottom. On the bottom of the screen you can also see the Android L navigation buttons, well, one button, as the rest are hidden by the holders hand. That lays credence to the buttons being more spaced out. Along with those you can see the volume rocker and power button sitting more towards the center of the device, they appear to be metallic too.

It doesn’t look as huge as some might be thinking it will be. Some of the devices size, in this image, is due to the case that it resides in. Who ever is holding the device doesn’t seem to be having any issues holding it with one hand pretty easily.

It certainly looks like the it could be the Nexus 6 to me, or at least, it looks like the renders and other information that has made its rounds.

Source: Android Police

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