Google Nexus 6 will be launched in this coming summer

Mar 25, 2014
The release of the Google Nexus 6 could happen in July and the base for the handset could be the LG G3, which is rolling out on 18 June or 19 June.

The LG Hero is a device that has the code-name for now as being LG B2. A source said that the device is scheduled to come in early June.
LG wanted to release the handset earlier so that it can compete with the Samsung Galaxy S5 and the Apple iPhone 6. The Samsung Galaxy S5 is making its way out on 11 April.
However what is most exciting about the LG device is the thought of a twin handset coming out with the same name of the Nexus 6.
Google will take to the stage at the Developers Conference; which takes place on 24 June. This is when they are expected to launch their new products and services.
It is also thought that Android 4.5 could hog the limelight as the handset should be the first to show off the new look and capabilities. The choice of many people could be Nexus 6 and if it takes form as expected, the handset could go live through the Google Play Store in the weeks after the Introduction.
The scenario points to availability for the Nexus 5 successor to come out in July.
Based on recent leaks, the Nexus 6 will be based on the LG G3 and it should be a beast of a device that will come with many features.
It should be a sturdy handset as it will have a tough casing material and the 5.5 inch display will be protected by Gorilla Glass. The display is said to have a display of 2k resolution, which will offer 2560 x 1440 ppi.
The handset will also be water and dust proof with protection from IP67 certification.
The power behind the handset will be the quad core Qualcomm processing chip and this may be the Snapdragon 805 or the 810 with both having 64 bit mobile computing. The CPU would work with the Adreno graphic engine alongside 4GB of RAM.
One of the biggest pluses of the handset will be the price tag, which could be between $350 and $400.