It seems that Google has enjoyed working with LG in producing its Nexus handsets. LG has been the company behind the last two Nexus phones we’ve seen and enjoyed, and now reports say that they’re once again partnering up with Google for the Nexus 6. Excited? So are we.
It is undeniable that the Google Nexus 5 captured the attention of many people with its balance of design, performance, and affordable price. If we’re going farther back in time, the Google Nexus 4 also performed very well and was reported to break the records in terms of sales and price to performance ratio. Point is, Google and LG have a good chemistry going on and it should be a good move for both parties to team up once again and continue their streak with the Nexus 6.
At this point no specs has been made official, but the Nexus 6 would allegedly be a ‘lightweight’ version of the upcoming LG G3. As rumors go the G3 would be carrying an octa-core Odin processor under a 5.5-inch QHD display, at least 3GB of RAM, and a 16MP shooter. Now as to what aspect of the Nexus 6 would get that ‘lightweight’ fix, is still a mystery.
So when is it coming out? According to the source, a Google executive mentioned the next-gen Nexus should be released in the second half of the year — which is just about the right timing since this year’s Google I/O event will be held in late June.
So far, everything is still unofficial. Just consider them a bit of a tease for you Nexus fans out there.