Google Nexus 6 (aka Shamu) By Motorola Gets Benchmarked, Indicating A 1080p Display And Snapdragon 801 SoC

The news that we heard today is about a possible collaboration between Google and the Motorola – now Lenovo-owned company for the making of Nexus 6 smartphone.

google_nexus_6_rearNow that Motorola’s much-anticipated ‘Shamu‘ handset also suggested to be the next Nexus smartphone, and reportedly been spotted in benchmark listings, along with some flagship devices comparison.

Thanks to GFXBenchmark’s database that it has today gifts by spilling the beans on a imminent Nexus 6 device, made by Motorola. Codenamed “Shamu”, references already points in the Google code, thouygh, the internal tilting is in line with search giant’s approach to naming its Nexus line of handsets and tablets.

Shamu is the word of a water creature, which is actually a now-infamous killer whale show that was the star of the San Diego World, tipped in that direction, too. A Dutch publication has published the alleged GFXBenmarked test results of the yet-to-be-announced Motorola Shamu, aka Google Nexus 6.

The purported ‘Shamu’ aka Nexus 6 benchmark results show an impressive 714 frames per second score in the onscreen , which are close to the OnePlus One. Other flagsip devices following the the alleged Moto Shamu include the Galaxy S5, HTC One (M8), Sony Xperia Z2 and LG G3.

Unfortunately, the Motorola’s next-Nexus smartphone ‘Shamu’ bench mark listing does not reveal much about the innards of the handset, but the device’s scores are in line with what the Snapdragon 801 chipset family manages to churn out, when used with a 1080p screen setup. Suspected not to feature a Quad-HD panel.

motorola-shamu-benchmark-comparisonEarlier leaks have indicated that the next Nexus handset built by Motrola will sport a 5.9-inch display and come with fingerprint sensor. Released in November and head to major mobile carriers in the US along with other regions.

Although, Google has already revealed plans for launching Nexus 5’s successor, and as per Sundar Pichai, would arrive sometime in the second half of 2014.

(Source: GFXBench via TechTastic)