New Nexus 6 leak shows just how massive Google's 'Shamu' may be
Now that's a phablet (credit: Android Police)

The rumored Google Nexus 6 has been the subject of plenty of leaks so far, but none have shown it as clearly as this one.

These photos allegedly show a commuter using a Nexus 6 in-hand, proving just how big the phone might turn out to be.

The Nexus 6 has been rumored at 5.9-inches previously, and the phone shown in these photos, which were sent to Android Police, seems to match up with that.

Besides that, there are several other noticeable details that help lend weight to the legitimacy of the images.

I spy

Note that the right-mounted power and volume buttons are situated halfway down the phone's side, and the headphone jack is in the middle of its bottom.

The rumored front-facing speakers are also visible here, and the navigation buttons match up with recent shots of Android L.

Nexus 6
The headphone jack is in the middle (credit: Android Police)

The Nexus 6 first leaked with the code name "Shamu," and it looks like the phablet might live up to that.

Other than its massive size, the Nexus 6 is also said be sporting a resolution of 2560 x 1440, a Snapdragon 805 chip, 3GB of RAM, 13- and 2-megapixel cameras, 32GB of storage and a 3200mAh battery.

In other words, this thing could really be a beast.

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