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Look! It’s a Nexus 6 render from EvLeaks; also, it could cost just $49.99 on AT&T

That Motorola and Google have made a huge phablet named the Nexus 6 is no big news at the moment, with the only question remaining is when they will unveil the handset. However, the now-retired notorious leakster Evan ‘EvLeaks’ Blass has let out a render that’s amping up the anticipation furthermore.

This one’s a Photoshopped version for sure, but it seems to be based on the official model of the Nexus 6 as it matches all the design details that have been revealed in the past. Prime among them is the fact that the phone’s design has been borrowed from the new Moto X by Motorola, so there’s no surprise that you’re seeing the front-facing speaker grills and a metal frame.

We can say that it’s for the first time that we’re seeing that particular wallpaper on a Google phone, but all those icons on the homescreen have been spotted prior to this. Rumor has it that the Nexus 6 is about to be unveiled later today, along with the Nexus 9 tablet from HTC. Let us now see if that’s true.

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Meanwhile, the Motorola Nexus 6 has been spotted lurking around on the AT&T website (via GSM Arena) which is quite an anomaly since the carrier doesn’t sell Nexus phones directly. Anyway, it has been accompanied by a render of the LG Vista and bears an unbelievable on-contract price of $49.99. But the fact that the listing is at least named the Nexus 6 gives us proof that the device is destined for AT&T.

Here’s a good look at the leaked specs of the Nexus 6:

– Display: 5.92-inch, 1440 x 2560 pixels
– OS: Android L Version
– Processor: Quad core Snapdragon 805
– Memory: 3GB RAM
– Camera: 13MP rear, 2MP front
– Battery: 3200mAh

Nexus 6 Listing

If Google is indeed planning to unveil the Nexus 6 and the Nexus 9 later today, it’s just a few hours of waiting that you’ll have to do now. In the meantime, enjoy this short Android L teaser that Google has just released.

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