A New Google Nexus 6 Concept For Our Viewing Pleasure

March 11, 2014 - Written By Orlando Lambert

Well, here we are again. Concept phone designs definitely have their way of getting the masses excited about possible phone redesigns and releases. Now, the time has come to take a good look at yet another new concept phone design that has just been released. Not too long ago, @Sirkdow (aka Fabrizio D’Onofrio), created a Nexus 6 concept design that many thought was possibly a little too thin. Well, Sirkdow went back to the drawing board and has now graced us with another design which may catch the fancy of many Nexus lovers out there.

There is definitely a lot to like about this new concept render as it is a little more thick than the last design Sirkdow created. However, the phone is still pretty thin at 5.5mm. The look seems to favor the typical LG style Nexus look, but with an impressive screen size. This design has specs that are reasonable and can very well likely end up in the future Nexus 6. The designer equipped this beautiful phone with a 5000 mAh battery, a 5 inch IPS LCD screen with 2k resolution, a 12 megapixel camera with optical stabilization that is capable of 4k video recording, and more. The designer states that the Nexus 6 would run a Snapdragon 801 or 805 CPU with a Adreno 340 GPU and have 3 gigabytes of RAM to run all of the apps you wish to download.

All things considered the design looks pretty impressive. The Creator makes a point of showing off the phone in white as well for those of you who are attracted to the lighter color of phone style. Sirkdow states that it took him “many hours of work” to create this render. After looking at the photos of the phone, I am glad that he took that needed time to make the tweaks to the design. So, take a look at the pictures of the Sirkdow designed Nexus 6. What do you think of the design? Do you like it? What would you change about it, if anything? Please leave your interesting comments in the section below or on our Facebook, Twitter, or Google Plus pages. Keep it locked to Android Headlines for more news and reviews.