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The Nexus 6 might be one of eight hot new phones Motorola launches this fall

August 21st, 2014 at 9:30 AM
Nexus 6 Rumors: Specs

After reporting that the Motorola Shamu – also known as the Nexus 6 in most rumors – might actually be called the Moto S a few days ago, TKTechNews is back with a different Motorola leak and this one says that the Lenovo-owned company is preparing an arsenal of new Android devices, including the Motorola Shamu Nexus 6.

FROM EARLIER: Motorola’s new mystery phone might not be the Nexus 6… it might be something even better

According to its sources, Motorola will launch up to eight devices by Christmas, including a Droid, Droid Maxx, Droid Turbo, Moto S, new Moto G, Moto X+1 and Moto X Play. Interestingly, one of the Droids is apparently tied to a Star Wars promotion.

The Moto S, which was previously said to be the Shamu, appears to be an independent version of the Nexus 6, and will reportedly pack a 5.9-inch display. A smaller version of it may ship with a 5.2-inch – the Moto X Play.

Verizon might be getting the “lion share” of these devices, although there’s also a possibility the Droids will hit other carriers, such as AT&T, under a different brand.

Motorola has yet to confirm any of these handsets, although the company may unveil some of them at its upcoming media event – likely the carrier-branded models, as a Nexus 6 is unlikely to arrive before Android L is ready for mass consumption.

TKTechNews has also provided a picture of a purported Nexus 6 handset, which displays specs for the handset, including a 2K display of unknown size, Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 CPU, 13-megapixel camera and AOSP version of Android L. The device is clearly branded as a Google handset, assuming the image (available below) is accurate.

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