Looks like we've got another Nexus 6 "leak" going on right now. It appears to be a mirror image of the press render we saw yesterday. Which many of us thought was fake because the power buttons weren't the same size and a few other things. But now we are actually seeing a device that looks like a big Moto X next to the LG G3. This is actually coming from the comments in Android Police's post from last night about the press render.
There's not much new here, except we actually see the device next to the LG G3. Otherwise it looks exactly like the Moto X, just a lot bigger. It looks like the power and volume buttons are in the same spot as they were on the render from last night. And the dimple is kinda there, but not really. We do have that camera with the flash ring (which I personally liked). The specs we heard last night was a 5.9-inch 2560x1440 resolution display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor, 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage (also there was word of a 64GB version). So it looks like Motorola and Google are really stepping up the specs on this one, if these specs are indeed true.
Now it's important to remember that this could very well be a fake. As companies do make prototypes all the time, especially when they are working on a new device. I know a lot of people are hoping for a larger Nexus, and a lot of others don't want one. But it's looking more and more like we're going to have a Nexus phablet (the 5.9-inch version here) and then a Nexus smartphone which would be around 5.2-inches. It would definitely be a first for both Motorola and Google. What do you guys think? Real deal? Let us know in the comments below.