LG Nexus 6 vision of design and specs
There has been a lot of conjecture lately about whether Google will continue the Nexus brand in the future, but yesterday a Nexus 6 smartphone for later in the year appeared to be confirmed by Google’s Sundar Pichai. It could also be made by LG again, and a Nexus 6 by LG has been imagined with specs in this concept vision for the phone.
There’s no reason why LG wouldn’t make the next Nexus phone, given the popularity of the LG-made Nexus 5, and sometimes it can be interesting to take a look at concept ideas of devices to tease us with what could be offered. The source of this latest Nexus 6 concept that we are showing you today has also come up with what are felt to be conceivable specs for the device.
The LG Nexus 6 render shown here would be equipped with a next-generation Snapdragon processor, 5.2-inch IPS display with resolution of 2560 x 1440 and 550 ppi, 3GB of RAM and a 13-megapixel or greater rear camera with optical image stabilization and 4K video capture. Further specs include a 3000 mAh battery and it would be running the Android 5.0 operating system.
Design-wise you’re looking at a handset of between 7 and 8mm thick made from aluminum with polycarbonate filing. The appearance shows straight sides with rounded upper and bottom edges, pretty much like the lines of the Nexus 5. Of course the Nexus 6 is a long way off yet so anything speculated here is mere guesswork so far.
You might want to look at a couple of previous concept Nexus 6 phones that we’ve shared here and here. It would be good to hear your thoughts on this latest Nexus 6 design. Would you like to see a design like this for the real deal, and do you think the specs are realistic or not?