The rumored Nexus X will run Android L and feature a QHD display

I think many of us were so wrapped up in the reinvigoration of the Droid name with the Droid Turbo that we didn’t leave room for the possibility that there would be something even bigger coming down the line.  9to5Google is reporting that Motorola has something in the pipeline that is even bigger than the new Moto X or the upcoming Droid Turbo; its codename — Shamu — tells us that this thing will be massive.
According to 9to5Google, the device will actually be called the Nexus X and will feature a massive 5.92” QHD display (which translates to a 498 ppi). Other “confirmed” specs included a quad-core Snapdragon 805 processor with 3GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage, 3200 mAh battery, a 13MP rear shooter, and a 2MP front-facing camera. Given that this will be a Nexus device, it will ship with Android L.

 Moto X (2014)
9to5Google says that the device will look very similar to the Motorola X, but will have its volume buttons moved further down the side of the body to make them easier to access with your fingers. All other buttons and ports will be in their usual locations, and the device will carry on with an aluminum frame.
There is also talk that the there could be a 5.2” version of the device (also with a QHD display) for those that prefer a little less junk in the trunk.

Source: 9to5Google

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