Tuesday , August 22 2017

The storm continues with Nexus 6P press renders showing white, black, aluminum and gold options

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As is the way with leaks when it rains it pours, and we are having one hell of a Nexus storm. Following on from a deluge of leaks yesterday Android Police have obtained a press render showing the whole Nexus 6P colour range. Choose from white, black, aluminum and gold options, it is unclear at the moment if the whole colour range will be available in every market, so if you’ve got your heart set on one of the less traditional colours don’t hold your breath just yet.

Nexus 6P family press render

It’s unclear if Google will actually have anything new to announce come next week with the Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P and the rumoured Chromecast successors all having broken cover in a fairly big way. Either way Chris will be covering the event live from San Fransisco, so check in to see how it all plays out.

Which of the rumoured new Google devices are you most interested in? Let us know in the comments.

 
Source: Android Police.

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4 Comments on "The storm continues with Nexus 6P press renders showing white, black, aluminum and gold options"

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Arnold
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Strand
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Strand

The black one looks a little less offensive, just because the black bar gels better.

Andrew
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Andrew

Hope we get that white model available in Australia. Looks pretty slick.

silverman66
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silverman66

Did they have to use the same colours as Apple do for their phones? I like droids because they’re different from iPhone. Now people will just say oh, is that the new iPhone? Just like they ask me if my Moto360 is the apple watch. -_-

Regardless, they do actually look good. Would have been nice to see a metallic green, blue or red or something.

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