Back in January, Motorola's former CEO, Dennis Woodside, confirmed that Motorola and Google originally planned to equip last year's Google Nexus 6 with a fingerprint reader. If you've been wondering how a fingerprint-sensing Nexus 6 would have looked like, a new leak from China might help.
As the former Motorola CEO previously announced, the Nexus 6 was originally planned to integrate a fingerprint reader on the back of the handset. More to the point, the sensor was supposed to be located within the large circular dimple on the back, where Motorola's logo is placed on the commercial version of the handset.
Allegedly, Motorola and Google decided to launch the Nexus 6 without a fingerprint reader due to the fact that the best fingerprint sensor supplier was bought by Apple. Here are a few photos depicting how a Nexus 6 with a fingerprint sensor would have looked like: