Among the latest round of rumors about the upcoming Nexus, the availability ones seem to be getting quite the momentum of late. One of them claims that Google has scored a deal with Verizon and the largest carrier will be offering the Nexus 6 in its fall/winter device portfolio. This might be the first Nexus smartphone Verizon adopts since 2011's Samsung Galaxy Nexus CDMA. The rumor mill, however, mum's the word on the possible release date, pricing is also a mystery at this point.
Most of the alleged specs of the device are already known (i.e. a Quad HD 5.9-inch display, a quad-core Snapdragon 805, 13MP rear camera/2.1MP front-facing shooter), and frankly said, these are rather beastly specs, which will be rivaling the creme de la creme of the smartphone world. Provided that they turn out to be the real deal, that is.
Provided that Big Red scores the Nexus 6 in its portfolio, will you consider getting one? Share your thoughts below!
Nexus 6 with Android L allegedly caught in the wild
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