Could the Nexus 6 be the last Nexus handset from Google before they introduce their Android Silver program? Or could Google introduce Android Silver and skip the Nexus 6 entirely? While that remains to be seen, we have heard rumors about a Nexus 6 which is allegedly based on the upcoming LG G3.
Not only will it share some features like the rumored fingerprint scanner, but it could also share some design aspects as well. In the meantime a concept rendering of the Nexus 6 has surfaced which gives us an idea of what we might be able to expect, or at least a wishlist of features and designs we would love to see in the next-gen Nexus handset.
As you can see in the rendering above, the Nexus 6 will be larger than the Nexus 5 which sports a 5-inch display. The Nexus 6 concept proposes a 5.7-inch Super LCD4 display with a Full HD display. The concept also suggests that the Nexus 6 will pack a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 64-bit chipset with 3GB of RAM, and even a 64GB storage option as well, which would be a nice jump from 16/32GB options.
There is even mention of BoomSound speakers which seems to borrow from HTC’s own features on the HTC One and the HTC One M8, so safe to say we doubt that will be happening. As far as cameras are concerned, the Nexus 6 concept will feature a 12MP camera that is capable of capturing 4K video, meaning that storage will be quickly consumed so a 64GB model makes sense.
We should note that this is only a concept rendering and that the specs are more of a wishlist rather than actual specs. The final product will naturally be different in terms of design and hardware, but for now what do you guys think?