Nexus 6 – Next generation of Smartphone’s

Price, Release Date, Specs and images.

nexus_6-578-80The new Nexus 6 will be launched this summer, and he comes with a curved screen LCD 5.2 inches (like the LG G Flex) with Corning Gorilla Glass protection.

Other specifications, include the new series processor manufactured by Qualcomm would run at a speed of 3 GHz clock, with 3GB of RAM (the standard of high-end 2014 ) and three variants of main storage memory : 32, 64 and 128 GB. As for the new Nexus 6 operating system, clearly coming from Google, with a new version of Android, the 4.5 (which could be called Lollipop ).

The rear camera of the new Nexus 6 will reach 13 MP, while the front would stay in at 5 MP.


The price for the basic version of 32GB of storage, with estimates ranging from 400-500 USD, a figure significantly higher than the current list price of Nexus 5, but according to the “alleged “ specifications such we can come to understand the ”price increase “ .

nexus6-2Many believe that the new device is likely to be waterproof, and will have a 3200 + mAh battery and will be able to give Google access to content such as movies, videos, games TV’s users.

As all users of smart phones should know, every time a company launches a new terminal, the new model is preceded by months of rumors and leaks more or less contrasted. Bearing in mind that Google often presents the new version of its Nexus Smartphone’s during the second half of the year, we are more than reasonable time to start talking about the sixth terminal of Google, which would be the Nexus 6.

So far, the only information that was given by good Smartphone related to the Mountain View is that the manufacturer of the terminal would be Lenovo. The news these days is starting to talk about the Nexus 6 will have a eight-core processor with 64-bit. We are talking about a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810, a chipset that is not officially known.

What manufacturer is to blame for the new gem of Google Nexus 6? Lenovo, Motorola or LG: In this regard these three giants of the sector are being considered. We will have to wait until June to see how this ends.