Motorola's upcoming Nexus device may have just just made an appearance at the FCC. The new Motorola smartphone has a 6-inch screen and the model number XT1254. The device operates on LTE Bands 2, 4, 5, and 17, and supports GSM and WCDMA at frequencies of 850MHz, 1700MHz, and 1900MHz, bands that are supported by AT&T and T-Mobile in the United States.
We don't know much about the upcoming Nexus smartphone. It's currently known either as the Nexus 6, Nexus X, or simply the code name Shamu. Supposed photos of the device show that it could sport a design similar to the recently-released Moto X, including an LED flash ring for the rear camera.
Are you interested in a 6-inch phone? Be sure to leave your thoughts in the comments, and don't forget to vote in our poll as well.
Review: The Apple Watch Series 6 puts all Android smartwatches to shame
With the Apple Watch Series 6, Apple is offering timely updates that make a great smartwatch even better. The gorgeous hardware is combined with the best wearable platform available today, and the health-focused features give the Apple Watch an added edge.
We have to get used to a future without free accessories
If not this year, then next year, And if not Samsung, then insert another brand because it's going to happen thanks to Apple's "innovation" of making less seem like more.
These small Android phones fit your hand and pocket perfectly
Not everyone wants to wield a giant smartphone. Here are our top picks for the best small phone you can buy.
Keep your Galaxy Note 20 Ultra shatter-free with these screen protectors
With the Note 20 Ultra, you're getting one of the best displays currently available on a smartphone. Want to make sure it stays that way? Get a screen protector!