The Nexus 6 – Google’s new flagship phone for Android that was built by Motorola – has finally made an appearance at the FCC, pointing to shipping dates most likely just around the corner. The appearance seems right on time for the year’s biggest gadget sale rush at the end of October, and the device should most likely be available for consumers to purchase pretty soon.
The Nexus 6 – known before its recent launch among tech blogs all over the world as “Shamu” or “Free Willy” – is a pretty big deal for the Android ecosystem, as it will be launching with a virtually new version of the operating system. Android 5.0 Lollipop will soon be coming out and the Nexus 6 will be the poster child for the spanking new OS.
The FCC documents confirm that the Nexus 6 will be usable on at least ten LTE bands, including the ones used by most major mobile carriers in the US. There is also confirmation of another variant of the Nexus 6, which is probably the international version of the phone.
If you’re the type who wants to dig into FCC documents, then hit the source link below. For most of us, we will be content knowing that the Nexus 6 will be launching soon.