Stop hating on the greatest smartphone ( to date ) of all time. nexus 6
Jo4444, 24 Oct 2014I wouldn't call this a phone. This is a small tablet, which can also take and receive calls. W... moreHere's what I think Moto did, they made a phablet monster device for the one's who don't mind the size and the Moto X second gen was left for the ones who are whining over the 6-inch clear big bright crisp form factor.
Okay, so you can't afford to buy this one but that's no excuse for such hatred. Looking at the specifications of this device, I would say that it is worth every penny. I'm looking forward to getting one myself.
I believe this device will rock as the phone isn't yet in the market but people are fighting, hating without knowing every details about the phone.
Let not forget that we need the review of the Nexus 6 but the winning part is that this phone comes with Lollipop and will always be the first to get one too as Nexus series
Enzyme, 24 Oct 2014This is a phablet what did you expect? Wait for the Nexus 5 2015 edition. (That is what I thin... moreYou hit my heart with a kiss. Some couldn't wait, they'd want a 2014 Nexus 5 now. For whatever reasons, I could only respect. But I could wait long enough for a Nexus 5 (2015) 'cause 2015 is just around the corner, a few months away people. Peace out!
Anonymous, 25 Oct 2014Already have the phone, it's really awesome. But I hope not too many people buys this phone. I... moreCould you please share your thoughts about display,camera quality especially low light,battery life and so on?
Anonymous, 25 Oct 2014Constant globe/world travellers do have a use for multiple SIMs. I'll be surprised if Motorola... moreCorrect!
All Android flagship phones have dual SIM counterpart except this.
It is not only useful in travelling, also for data SIM card use which cannot do call functionality, the other slot will hold the calling SIM card.
I was hoping lg will manufacture nexus 6 but seriously this is ugly nexus phone ever
Sad thing is people are lazy and someway stupid to make the phone without sd card....everybody now keeping in their phone lot of photos, movies, etc. Don't tell me about cloud, for me, is not the reason to upload my staff on cloud and redownload to see it...
J., 25 Oct 2014Ain't we feeling sorry for ourselves. No dual sim! Who needs such???? NOBODY!Constant globe/world travellers do have a use for multiple SIMs. I'll be surprised if Motorola releases a dual-SIM variant for Nexus 6 later on as previous Nexuses return no history in dual-SIM model production. If they do, then Motorola will be the first to release a dual-SIM Nexus model
Droid Survivor, 25 Oct 2014That ring flash does some good job in low light and the camera manage to beat the Galaxy Note ... moreAs Moto X2 and Nexus 6 shares the same ring flash design. I'll cite my comment from Moto X2: 'As for the ring flash, in most of the recent TV series and reality TV shows I watch, I notice pro cameras camermen use have lights/flashes (not sure if LED type) around their lenses or macros. Sometimes their lenses are rectangular/squared-shaped, other times they are circular/ring-shaped. But I mostly see them use the flash around rectangular lenses more than circular lenses. During behind the scenes in TV series and when cameramen accidentally show fellow cameramen shooting in reality shows.' I especially see them use such flash design during the night when they chase their reality show stars at places they eat (restaurants) or in places they relax (spas). While I am not certain how ring- or square-flash proves to be effective but if even some of the modern/recent media, filmmakers and journalists employs such lighting with their professional-grade cameras, it must be something in effectiveness. Maybe the ring flash do help contribute when capturing photos in low-light conditions
stabattack, 25 Oct 2014my bad, they have that ring flash..That ring flash does some good job in low light and the camera manage to beat the Galaxy Note 4 in low light according The Verge quick look and that is available on YouTube.