1st ever Nexus 6 Video comparison with Galaxy Note 4, iPhone 6, Galaxy S5 and others.

Google Nexus 6  Size Comparison   To Other Smartphones  Mockup    YouTube

Google’s very own Nexus 6 or Nexus X is on the verge of announcement which is most probably be revealed in mid October 2014. But we have all types of leaked images and reports of the Nexus 6 all over the web already. The phone will be huge as confirmed reports have shown that this Moto made device will have a 5.92 inch display with e Quad HD, 1440 x 2560 pixels display and 500 ppi density.Under the hood the future Nexus phone will have a 64-bit Quad Core Snapdragon 805 processor supported with 3 GB of RAM and Adreno 420 (SM-N910S) GPU for faster graphics performance. To run all these power hungry chips and display the device will have a 3,200 mAh battery, which was found in the Nexus 7 tablet a year ago.

But the best thing that we got here is the leaked video of the Nexus 6 rendered running Android L and being compared with other flagship devices currently available in the market. The list includes the Samsung Flagship devices the Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy S5, LG’s most renowned flagship device LG G3.

This video also shows the Nexus 6 size comparison with Apple’s recent flagship devices the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus. Beside this the Blackberry’s latest Pasport can also be seen in this video which looks like more wider then the upcoming Nexus 6 device.  The video size comparison shows that the future Nexus 6 beside having a huge 5.92 inch display, is still quite compact and looks better then most recently announced phablets.

Google Nexus 6  Size Comparison   To Other Smartphones

Although we can’t be so sure whether the rendered Image is indeed Nexus 6 or not. But One of the major edge of this video is it gives Google fans an idea of how Nexus 6 will look against the other flagship devices in terms of display.

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