Verizon's Google Nexus 6 tipped with a possible release date, it's not certain yet
Exactly a week ago we showed you what Verizon's version of the Nexus 6 will look like. Back then, the handset was expected to launch "soon", though this is a pretty extensive term.
Fortunately, today we learned that Big Red will release the Motorola-made beastly representative of the Nexus lineup on February 26. Price-wise, we suppose that it will cost you $249 with a two-year agreement.
Of course, this version of the phone will don a CDMA-LTE radio that is compatible with Verizon's standards. Apart from this and the rear Verizon logo (probably one at the front, but we are not entirely sure about that), the device is the same as the one that got unveiled in mid-October. No differences in the specs sheet are expected, too.
This means you'll get a Snapdragon 805 chipset, 3GB of RAM, a large 6" QHD display with a pretty-high pixel density, a 13MP rear snapper, and a 3,220mAh battery at the back.