Let me know when a mini (portable) version comes out. Not interested in hauling around a desktop computer thanks.
However much I hate the looks of this beast I have to admit hardware is very good. The thing I like about my nexus 5 is its compact for a 5 inch phone. Jumping to 6 inch is a big jump and not sure I'm ready for that. Hope moto have got the battery optimisation under control as all previous nexus phones have bad battery life. The stereo speakers and decent camera is a big plus though.
Nexus 5? Could your Nexus 5 beat or rival the Galaxy Note 3 in hardware sector? Clearly no but the Nexus 6 take to the Galaxy Note 4 in hardware sector and win the game by giving the latest android OS on the almost similar inch 5.9 vs 5.7 because the big screen phone sell millions even iPhone get it right and it works.
While you people are busy hating the Nexus 6, a lot of people get very excited about it.
They are so many positive features on the Nexus 6 that the Nexus 5 never has like.
1. First Nexus ever made Water resistant
2. Snapdragon 805
3. 3Gb Ram
4. Turbo charger gives up to 6 hours of power in 1 minutes this is crazy wow.
5. Qi wireless charging built-in
6. More sensors than the Nexus 5 (Accelerometer, Gyro, Magnetometer, Prox, Ambient Light Sensor, Haptics, Hall effect, Barometer)
7. Better camera :
13 MP IMX 214 Image Sensor
f / 2.0 aperture
Optical Image Stabilization
Ring flash with dual LEDs
4K UHD video capture
2160p (4K) UHD, 1080p HD and 720p HD video capture modes (30fps)
4X digital zoom HDR+
Panorama, PhotoSphere and Lens Blur​
Fulvian, 16 Oct 2014Wow even Huawei could squeeze 880mAh more juice into 6" phablet which is shorter, thinner... moreYou talking Huawei being cheap but you don't talk Note 4 being very expensive or iPhone being extremely expensive but still sell millions at launch. I will take the Nexus 6 instance of the Note 4 or iPhone 6 both are more expensive.
Specs are amazing but I really don't understand why did Motorola launch their nexus 6 versions with 6 inch AMOLED display if previous smartphone versions were 5 inch IPS display.
Radio frequencies match that of Singapore. Should have no problems using it here as long as one buys the GSM model.
Not with the specs; the specs are awesome..
But way too costly as compared to previous Nexus devices, way too heavy (Nexus 5 is all of 130g whereas this is 184g), and really a phablet was not at all required from Google...
It would have been better had they stuck with a 5/5.2 screen, and made the set less bulkier and less costly...
Really? I thought 5.2" display anyway I love it.
but price is 2 expensive. Google loosing nexus devices ...
Why is it so thick? These days, the new phones are 7-8mm NOT 10mm? Please explain why Moto can't make 'thin' phones. Without an SD card slot, this phone doesn't make it to the short list.
So it doesn't seem to incorporate features like Samsung's Note series does to take advantage of the large screen, but pure android L on this big thing might be too much loveliness to pass up.
Fulvian, 16 Oct 2014Wow even Huawei could squeeze 880mAh more juice into 6" phablet which is shorter, thinner... moreThe N6 has wireless charging so yeahhhhh
and the feel in hand will be great with the curve, its not just about thinness anymore it also about how it feels in hand