The price of the Nexus 6/Moto S “Shamu” could have been leaked.
Tech tipster TK Tech News released an image showing the model number and shipment cost of the Moto S.
The device bears the number XT 1112, with the XT prefix as in most Motorola devices, and the shipment of “Shamu Phones (PROTOTYPE)” cost 69,965 Indian Rupees, which is about $1,156 USD.
Of course, the shipment manifest refers to the Nexus 6 in plural, so one phone is unlikely to cost $1,156 USD.
TK Tech News first broke the news that the Moto S, which he suspects is the Nexus 6 “Shamu,” will be carried by Verizon in the United States.
The Moto S has a 5.9-inch, 2K display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 with an Adreno 420 GPU, and has a 13 mega-pixel rear camera and a 2.1 mega-pixel front camera.
It won’t come with a fingerprint scanner as per most high end smartphones these days.
TK Tech also suspects that the phone could be the first Android Silver device.
Recently, TK Tech noted that there will be two versions of the Moto S, a smaller 5.2-inch screen device called the “X Play or moto x play,” and a 5.9-inch model called the Moto S, according to a “reliable source.”
The Nexus 6/Moto S could be slated for a November 2014 launch alongside Google’s upcoming mobile OS, the Android L.