On that occasion, the code name was Motorola Shamu, and how could it be otherwise, the result that AnTuTu throws in the test that we are going to show you appears again that codename, although this time with Google as the protagonist. Although this terminal has not opted for a Snapdragon 801 with Adreno 330 GPU, Motorola and Google have decided to integrate an even more interesting Qualcomm chipset: Snapdragon 805 with a Quad-core Krait 450 processor clocked at 2.65GHZ, Adreno 420 GPU and 3GB RAM.
These are certainly pretty impressive features, and coming from AnTuTu they are most likely reliable and pretty much late. In addition to this hardware, the Nexus 6 would have a 5.2-inch screen with QHD resolution (2,560 x 1,440 pixels), which would give us approximately a density of pixels per inch of 564, an incredible number on a par with large devices and terminals like the LG G3.
On the other hand, rear camera would integrate a 13 megapixel sensor, while the lead would stay at only 2.1 megapixels, enough to take the famous selfies. Lastly, Shamu would be adorned with Android L, that is, with the latest version of the operating system, which would guarantee us a much more powerful operation than we are used to with the current generation.
The truth is that we are hopeful that Google will soon pronounce on this Nexus 6, as well as some presentation event to refresh the more than popular but “old” Nexus 5.
Via GSM Arena