Google just ninja-kicked us all in the face by revealing the Nexus 6.
One minute we're Nexus 6-less, and the next minute - bam - there it is, right there on Google's own site, alongside a new Nexus 9 tablet, and Nexus Player.
Right. Deep breaths, count to three. This is everything you need to know about the newest Android poster boy.
1. It's a giant Moto X
The Nexus 6 as stayed true to the rumours. Manufactured by Motorola, it's essentially a giant Moto X. It has the same rounded design, along with the same rear 'M' dimple, which sits above the nexus logo.
Why a giant Moto X we hear you cry? Well...
2. It's got a 6in, 2K screen
Will that alienate the majority of the Android faithful? We'll have to wait and see.
As for resolution, we're looking at a G3 and Note 4-matching 2560 x 1440, serving up highly respectable 493 ppi count.
Take that, Full HD.
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3. It's got a 13MP camera
Like the Moto X, the Nexus 6 has a 13MP camera, with the same sexy LED circle flash surrounding the lens. It's got optical image stabilisation too, matching the Note 4, G3 and iPhone 6 Plus.
That means that we should theoretically see low-light performance improve, as the lens can stay open for longer, guzzling more light without increasing blur.
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