With the latest images and specification details of Huawei Nexus 6 leaked, we might be looking at a very impressive handset in the near future. From what we have gathered so far, the upcoming Nexus 6 will be running a Snapdragon 810 instead of Huawei’s own developed chipset. Since Snapdragon 810 does have an overheating attribute, majority of consumers will not be too thrilled to hear that the successor of the Nexus smartphone lineup will be sporting a chipset that exceeds its temperature levels.
However, it is possible that the Cortex-A57 cores are clocked down in order to keep thermals in check. Moving on, according to the images leaked courtesy of My Drivers, Huawei Nexus 6 is going to feature a Type-C USB port. While this will provide high data transfer rates when content is being transferred from one machine to the other, users will not be able to take advantage of Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 2.0 function.
This is due to the Type-C USB port being incompatible with Quick Charge 2.0, although we have reason to believe that the Nexus 6 will have its own fast charging feature. Additionally, the smartphone will also have 3GB of RAM that is expected to be mass produced by Micron. Micron is the second largest memory producer in the world, trailing behind Samsung. The upcoming handset is also going to feature 64GB of internal storage, but we have yet to see a leak on whether or not the device will sport a microSD card.
No Nexus device has been incorporated with an expandable storage slot as yet, but with Huawei and Google’s new partnership, things may be taking a turn in a completely new direction; one that will provide users with much more options. These are all the details that we have for you at this current point. Huawei Nexus 6 is most likely going to be released during the fourth quarter of 2015, and we are hoping that it does not disappoint us.