Google's Nexus 6 has created quite a buzz drawing out more predictions and speculations as Google remains tight-lipped about the device and other upcoming products. Whereas there have been reports suggesting that Google have killed Nexus 6 line in place of the Nexus 8, new information suggests the line is not entirely dead. Google may be planning on picking up the Nexus 6 pieces in preparation for its Android Silver smartphone line.
Android's official twitter handle posted a photo of a mysterious handset. The promotional tweet displays an unknown device showing a grocery shopping list. The handset appears to have the usual features of the Nexus line including a thin bezel. Some analysts think that it may not entirely be the Nexus line but an Android Silver smartphone intended to replace the Nexus program.
Regardless of the handset's line, the image does show a new feature allowing Chrome to look for recipes and letting users incorporate that to a checklist. According to Droid Life, the feature allows people via the More tab under the search result options.
While there have been reports about the Nexus 6 line being killed, German developers Florian Kiersch and Carsten Knobloch saw the Nexus 6 device listed under the Chromium Review Code. According to Know Your Mobile, while it is true that Google will be killing the Nexus line, it might be gearing up for one more iteration. Despite the details scarce from the listing, it does prove the unit exists.
Last May, @evleaks already hinted about Google's Android Silver plans. According to the tipster's tweet, Google will be saying farewell to the Nexus 6. Google has yet to make an official announcement about whether Nexus 6 is coming or another Silver Android smartphone is in the works.
Reported specs of the Nexus 6 include quad-core MT6732 64-bit chip clocked at 1.5GHz or an octa-core MT6752 SoC clocked at 2.0GHz. It also appears that LG will not be in line for the production of the device if Google decides to push through with it. According to LG's Communications Director (via draadbreuk.nl): "I know at least not yet. Normally, we were informed."
"Hat can mean two things. Either I got ignored, or we simply won't be making [the Nexus 6]."