google_motorola_nexus_6back_camera_official.jpgMotorola Making Nexus 6-Like Phone

Motorola is secretly engaged on a new phablet software which is similar to the Nexus 6, in step with insider sources.

The alleged Motorola Droid phablet will use the identical bodily structure as of thegoogle Nexus 6 (review photos) made through Motorola, stated Droid boards citing Motorola insider sources. It additional cited that the software will game greater specifications and “can be the first 6-inch Droid phablet to hit Verizon.”

Though it’s purported to sport the identical 5.9-inch Quad-HD (1440×2560 pixels) show because the Nexus 6, it’s said to ship with the subsequent-era 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor; 4GB of RAM; and an immense 4000mah battery.

The document notes, the tipster urged that the instrument might launch someday in the midst of 2015, and there is a probability that it could prove being a non-Nexus branded Motorola various slightly than a Droid smartphone.

While it looks as if a bit of bit of untamed hypothesis to us, it reasonably coincides withmotorola’s leaked smartphone roadmap for 2014 which in August had indicated the corporate is engaged on 8 new gadgets.

Motorola Making Nexus 6-Like Phone With Snapdragon 810, 4GB of RAM: Report

The leaked roadmap had mentioned several Motorola units, out of which many have come to existence, but one device in particular appears to be the one Droid forums is regarding – the Moto S without Nexus branding.

The document citing insider sources had claimed that if the Moto X successor with a 5.2-inch display does no longer function neatly on the subject of gross sales, then Motorola may scrap the alleged Moto S with a 5.9-inch show and can as an alternative launch a 5.2-inch Moto X Play as Moto S.

This did not make feel back then, and now both, as a result of if Moto X (Gen 2) with 5.2-inch display is not working for the corporate, it’s extra seemingly that Moto X Play might get scrapped for the big screen Motorola Moto S. Significantly, the Nexus 6 unit reviewed by NDTV featured a Moto S decal on prime.