The tech rumor mill, which never sleeps and is ever hungry for new fodder, has cranked up with a new target in its sights --
While rumors of form factor, screen size and hardware specs begin to float to the surface, one overarching question has the tech world's attention -- namely, who will build the device.
It won't be Motorola, the conventional wisdom goes, because
But wait a minute: While Motorola was busy creating its own phones, the Moto X and Moto G,
So why not a
And most betting -- or at least most rumors -- have tagged the Nexus 6, whenever it arrives, as another LG effort.
That rumors have been strengthened by LG's announcement of its next smartphone that will carry its own name, the LG G Pro 2, which could easily morph into the Nexus 6.
That was the case with the LG G2, which with a few differences was more or less a twin of the Nexus 5, something noted by many tech watchers when both showed up on the market.
If the G Pro 2 is in fact LG's trial run at a Nexus 6, the
A fingerprint security sensor, currently all the rage, could also show up.
Still, LG is not a shoo-in as the anointed Nexus 6 maker. If
Three manufacturers have built Nexus phones for
Until rumors solidify into silicon, it's anybody's bet.
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