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The Nexus line of phones are usually some of the most highly anticipated phones of the year. It hasn’t been too long since the last iteration of the Nexus line of phones, the Nexus 5, was released and speculation is already rife about the next iteration of the Nexus family.

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The upcoming Nexus 6 is likely to be built by South Korean giant LG / © AndroidPIT

Well if a report coming out of Germany is to be believed then it seems as if LG will again be making Google’s flagship phone and it seems as if it is going to be based on the upcoming LG G3, which is said to be coming out sometime in the middle of this year.

This is set to be the third consecutive Nexus device built by LG after Samsung built the Galaxy Nexus in 2011. Details on the upcoming phone are still forthcoming though. Google’s Sundar Pichai seemed to indicate during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona that the Nexus phone will not hit stores until the second half of the year. It will most likely come along around Q3 of 2014.

Are you excited about the upcoming Nexus 6? What specs would you like to see Google’s flagship phone come out with this time. Please leave us a comment below and we will get back to you


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  • I wonder if this will be the 1st Phablet Nexus (on par with say Samsung Galaxy Mega), which is where I am seeing the "No Contract" Market heading towards (5inch - 6inch screen, a processor which allows multi-tasking, 10 mega pixel camera, etc) ,,,

  • Since I'm no longer a Verizon customer I'm kind of excited. I am amazed how much faster AT&T is in my market. Verizon will keep shooting themselves in the foot and not allow the Nexus.

    • Kenley Mar 12, 2014 Link to comment

      I'm surprised how much faster T-Mobile is than everyone else. In all seriousness though, I'm sure it wasn't Verizon who decided not to support the N5... The device was built incompatible with their cell frequency with the exception of a rarely available band. Google simply doesn't like what Verizon does and honestly I never understood why people stick with them.