You know, back when Google acquired Motorola, we all thought that Google will use the company to make its own phone, but no. We still end up with a separate Motorola phone, Moto X-which to be fair is very near stock- and the Google Nexus 5 made by the South Korean manufacturer LG. Well, ironically, when Motorola is near to be separated from the Google, speculation and rumors about a Nexus from Motorola rises up once again, and this time, it looks to be quite reliable.
The story comes out of the Android Police that Motorola is working on a 5.9-inch device that features a fingerprint sensor (hm???) for Google, which presumably is the Nexus, and of devices bears the codename Shamu. Now, just so you know, all of the past Nexus devices all have aquatic animals for code name, so this is a little bit odd, but it does not make the rumors not true. If Motorola is actually working on such a device for Google, the two companies will supposedly try to make the product be available in November on U.S major carriers. This makes a lot sense since October and November have been the time frame for Nexus devices in the past few years.
How do you feel about a possible phablet Motorola Nexus device?
Source: Android Police