Nexus X protective case spills Google secret

By Alan Ng - Oct 1, 2014

Apple has now released their new iPhone 6 onto the market and all eyes are on Google to see what they have to answer back. We know that a new Nexus phone is coming and now it looks like the rumored Nexus X has already been spotted hiding inside a protective case.

It’s not unusual for flagship phones to be hidden inside cases as manufacturers now often deploy this tactic to hide their true form ahead of a big reveal.

We have seen this with some Android and iPhones through the years, but the fact that Google is reportedly using the same tactic has prompted big excitement from fans, in thinking that a public reveal could be coming sooner rather than later.

One picture shown below courtesy of Android Police shows the entire front view of the device, which is also thought to be known as the Motorola Shamu. Nexus X specs so far allegedly include Android L operating system, a 5.9-inch display with 1440 x 2560 pixel resolution, a quad-core Snapdragon 805 processor and a 13 MP rear camera with Optical Image Stabilization.

It goes without saying that this could be a game changer for the Android community. We thought that the Samsung Note family was the trend setter with devices in the region of 5.5-inches, but just imagine Google bringing a 5.9-inch behemoth to the table.

Are you excited about the potential Nexus X which has been spotted inside a protective case? Give us your impressions on the device so far and whether you would want to buy one ahead of the iPhone 6 Plus.

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