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Yet another alleged image of Shamu, this time shows off ‘about phone’ page

A second image of Shamu has now hit the web, and while this image isn't very clear compared to the last, it does show us the 'about phone' page.
Andrew GrushSeptember 26, 2014496 shares
 

Is this the rumored Motorola Shamu?

A new image of what is allegedly the Motorola Shamu has now hit the net. The device is seen side-by-side the LG G3.
Andrew GrushSeptember 25, 20142394 shares
 

Report: 5.9-inch Motorola Shamu to feature Snapdragon 805, 3200 mAh battery

New report confirms some of the specifications rumored for the Motorola Shamu and fills out new details about its appearance and features.
Bogdan PetrovanSeptember 25, 20141112 shares
 

Will the next Nexus devices be affordable, or is Google going upscale again?

Will the upcoming Nexus devices be value-packed, affordable devices like their predecessors? Or is Google going to get back to higher pricing? Either way, what will these new devices ...
Bogdan PetrovanAugust 8, 2014414 shares
 

The Information: Motorola Nexus phablet is happening, Android Silver’s future uncertain

If the Information is to be believed, the Motorola Nexus 6 (aka Shamu) is in fact in the works, with Google hoping to utilize Touchless Control and Active Display technology in the device.
Andrew GrushJuly 29, 2014607 shares
 

Report: Nexus 6 may be Shamu, a 5.9-inch device built by Motorola

We are learning a rumor that Motorola may be building the next Nexus phone, known now as a 5.9-inch device named Shamu. This means the Nexus 6 could truly be a 6-inch device after all.
Jonathan FeistJuly 27, 20142014 shares
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