Sep 28, 2015 06:00 AM EDT

Nexus 6P LEAK: Specs, Dimensions, Release Date & More Of Android 6-Running Google Smartphone Revealed

Ahead of the Google Nexus 6P unveiling, slides featuring specs and features of the Huawei-made phablet have been leaked, just like what happened to Microsoft’s new Lumia trio — 950, 950 XL and 550 — over the weekend.

According to The Verge, slides of the Nexus 6P have leaked online prior to the official introduction of the smartphone to the public this Tuesday in San Francisco, and so far, the leaked details have piqued the interest of many, knowing that the larger Google smartphone — Google's Nexus 5X being the smaller one — will have very remarkable specs and features.

The photos of the slides were leaked via Imgur; click here to view them.

Based on the leaked slides, Google's Nexus 6P is going to sport a 5.7-inch 2560 x 1440 WQHD display, making it slightly smaller than last year's iteration.

The handset, which flaunts a premium unibody, is going to be powered by a Snapdragon 810 version 2.1 processor. according to Android Police.

Out of the box, it will run on Android 6 Marshmallow. And, consumers should delight over the fact that the Nexus 6P's battery is a 3,450mAh one, which is significantly larger than that of the iPhone 6S Plus, which only has 2,750mAh battery, and that of the Galaxy Note5, which is a 3,000mAh unit.

The phablet also promises quality sound since it has dual front-facing speakers. And just like its other rivals, the Google Nexus 6P has a USB Type-C port for charging and data transfers.

Meanwhile, GSMArena has learned that the Nexus 6P will sport a 12.3-megapixel rear-facing shooter and an 8-megapixel front-facing camera for selfies.

Finally, for the dimensions of the upcoming device, the 6P measures 159.4 x 77.8 x 7.3 mm. The width is reportedly based off the smartphone's body without the inclusion of the hump the back camera adds to the device.

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