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More information on Motorola’s secret “Shamu” phone has been leaked

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In the past, we have seen a smartphone that is known as the Nexus 6, as well as the Nexus X, or even carry the code name Shamu – it does not matter, since a rose by any other name would smell just as sweet, similar to this upcoming device from the folks over at Motorola. Word has it that this particular device is set to be revealed in due time, although there is no concrete date listed just yet. While no images of the alleged Motorola Shamu has been spotted, here we are with a mock up that offers a closer look at what the next-generation Nexus smartphone could very well look like.

Google’s upcoming “Nexus 6″ (some claim it will be called “Nexus X”) has long been rumored, and there have been many leaked specifications and details rolling out for quite some time now. But there hasn’t been much solid information about the device quite yet, leaving many who have passed on the iPhone 6 and OnePlus One hopelessly waiting to know if the wait will be worth it. For those of you who fall into this category, you’re in luck. We can now corroborate previous rumors that its screen size nudges it out of smartphone territory, and closer to the likes of the recent push for phablet devices. If any smartphone is really a phablet, this is it—shipping with a behemoth screen that’s a massive 5.92-inches diagonally, with the device’s body being just a bit larger than that. 9to5Google has also learned that, as for the overall appearance of the device, it’s basically going to be a scaled up 2nd generation Moto X with some minor tweaks to make the larger size easier to use.

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