It looks like it’s just too hard to not leak things for Evan Blass, the guy behind @evleaks who supposedly retired from the leaking game a couple of months ago. It wasn’t too long ago that we gave you an exclusive look at the Nexus 6, but now the story of Nexus 6 leaks has basically come to a close with the leak of what appears to be Google’s own stock imagery of the device.

In the image, you can see what appears to be a larger version of the Moto X, with some sleek blue-tinted bezels and, of course, Android L. The device is expected to come at some point before the end of the month according to the latest reports. As we reported previously, the device has a 5.92-inch screen, QHD resolution of 2560 x 1440 of 498 PPI, a 3,200 mAh battery, a 13 MP camera on the back, and a 2 MP front camera.

Who’s ready to get their hands on this behemoth?

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