There are not many details that we know about Google’s Nexus 6’s release date, but instead of tormenting your mind with this, you’d better turn your attention to Motorola’s Moto X Pure Edition, because reports say that the device is what a “stock Android is supposed to be”.
According to a report from TheVerge, it is speculated that the device will be released somewhere this month (September 2014). However, there is no confirmation from Motorola, but they gave some hints that made a lot of people believe that they are planning to release the Moto X Pure Edition this month.
As for the Nexus 6, it is not yet known when Google will plan to release it, but it will be most likely after the Moto X Pure Edition. Motorola’s new device will be a success and will fill the empty space left by Nexus 6. Last year, Motorola came with a great model, which was very close to a stock Android, and had some Motorola features that users really enjoyed.
As for the 2014 build, the “Pure” inside the name means almost an Android clone. The Pure Edition name is most likely about the brand-free packaging for the new Moto X. With other words, there will no unnecessary features from retailers or mobile networks and we believe that this will make a lot of people buy the upcoming Moto X Pure Edition. Back in 2013, when the first Moto X was released, it was considered a mid-range device, even if its great performance was noticed by the other companies and consumers.
In a report from 9to5Google, there are rumors saying that Wi-Fi calling will come on both Moto X Pure Edition and Nexus 6, but that will happen somewhere in 2015, thanks to AT&T. Until then, only the iPhone 6 users can enjoy this feature.
The Moto X Pure Edition will be priced for 99 dollars with a two-year contract through AT&T, or 499 dollars without a contract. Moto X Pure Edition can be pre-ordered starting from tomorrow, 16 September, 2014.
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