The Android Twitter account posted an image to brag about how awesome Google Now is, but there's something odd about the phone in the image. It's not a Nexus 5, not even one of the Moto phones, and it lacks any branding.
Since this is the Internet, speculation instantly started flying around that this is the Nexus 6 or the Moto X+1. The Motorola Moto X+1 recently leaked via a 1080p screenshot, but as Motorola is departing Google for Lenovo, cross promotion from the search giant is less likely.
This could also be Android Silver – the replacement of the Nexus line, the first device of which will be manufactured by LG. If you'll recall, LG made the last two Nexus phones so it's a good pick.
#Android makes even the most difficult grocery store choices simple. #OKGooglepic.twitter.com/Ucu5alBtQE
— Android (@Android) June 5, 2014
The final (and very likely) option is that this is an image of a generic "phone" as the tweet wants to promote Google's search prowess, available on any smartphone.