Nexus 6 Design is Shown With Hexa-Core Processor and Android 4.5 Lollypop
Google has just unveiled the Nexus 5 only weeks ago and some people already get excited with the Nexus 6. While the Nexus 5 looks like a decent alternative to the Apple iPhone 5S, the Nexus 6 will take the competition to a new height.
A new concept of the phone emerged recently and it is constructed from the aluminum unibody case. It may comes with 5-inch 1080p LCD 3 display and Qualcomm Snapdragon 1000 hexa-core (6-core) processor. If these components don’t sound far fetched enough, the Nexus 6 will be equipped with a massive amount of 6 GB of RAM.
That’s twice the amount of system memory offered by the Galaxy Note 3. The smartphone market is set to see new 64-bit processors, which have the ability to address higher than 4GB of RAM. However, it remains to be seen whether users really need that much of resources even for most complex tasks.
We have heard rumors that Android will eventually merge Chrome OS, but the Nexus 6 concept runs the Lollipop (Android 4.5). The ChromeOS is Google’s web-centric operating system with support for HTML 5 apps and some experts have started to argue that it makes sense if Google focuses only on one operating system.