Anonymous, 09 Oct 2014This in not a nexus phone. Sorry chapsWhat makes you say that?
Anonymous, 09 Oct 20143gb ram and 29% avilable! oh thats really great -notYeah, hopefully that percentage will be lower. You do know how memory works, right? Less available memory is better (more cached applications).
So even with a much higher pixel density it still out performs the I-Phones in multi thread performance. Sorry Apple !
Boolean Corporation, 09 Oct 2014you are right! my hope is up again.3gb ram and 29% avilable! oh thats really great -not
If you look at the actual screenshot it says pixel per inch is 560. With QHd display this would make the display 5 inches
HammerHead, 09 Oct 2014Yup same here dont care who makes it or how big it is..Nexus devices/development community are... moreSaid something I wanted to hear for a long time my friend. BTW, I'm not much of a person qualified in hardware but what's the deal with the 23 Gb internal memory
Guys didn't you see sth wired or at least persuade me internal memory is 23 GB? Even if it was 32GB it should have been 27 gigs
people think. If Lg G3 has got 534 ppi on a 5.5 inch screen (1440 x 2560 pixels) and this has got 560 dpi(ppi) (1440x2392) which means the screen must be smaller than 5.5 inches :)
I hope I'm not wrong :)
Abdul86, 09 Oct 2014what??? out of 3GB only 873mb ram available?If you launch many non optimised for 64 bit OS APPS in an Android phone, yes, you may consume larger portion of RAM (still nearly 30% left over) for sure. In a true multi threaded environment you have to keep the apps in memory unlike iOS which destroys and only keeps the screen image in memory.
IF this is true, google and motorola will lose alot of costumers, as this 5,9 inch display is too damn big. Just really tall people can handle a screen that big. If this is true, then i have lost my hope for a normal sized, amazing spec with amazing batter smartphone.. So sad... Hope google is just joking around
Anonymous, 09 Oct 2014http://www.gsmarena.com/alleged_motorola_nexus_6_appears_in_a_live_photo_next_to_the_lg_g3-new... moreI retract the "we've not seen it yet" comment, then. ANyway, looks like an overinflated X to me, which isn't too bad imho, size aside.