Prash, 23 Oct 2014Guys is anyone from Singapore? Any idea when this phone would be released by mobile network pr... moreIt would be wonderful if Singtel would release it with contract. But unfortunately none of the previous Nexus phones were available from Singapore providers. There's always a first time! I'd buy it!
devouring , 24 Oct 2014nice but the one plus one is better i dont think so
I wouldn't call this a phone. This is a small tablet, which can also take and receive calls. Was expecting a updated Nexus 5 with decent battery. Didn't happen switched to other manufacturer. Google chose to ignore clients that wanted a portable phone.
expectations are little bit higher according to motorola's budget in nexus 6
devouring , 24 Oct 2014nice but the one plus one is better No it's not
Look at those big bezels.
No dual SIM, most of rival Android flagship phones have dual SIM counterpart.
but what does that mean? does it mean i can take a shower with it like i can with my s5? no i dont think so... and the usb contact have nothing to cover like s5 has or sony phones so i wouldnt go near any water with this phone..
AnonD-323257, 23 Oct 2014Overall this is a great phone. The only thing missing from the Nexus 6 is an IP58 certificate.Nexus 6 comes with splash resistant coating just like moto x they do not need ip certified
This are some features that can make the Nexus 6 very interesting :
show missed notifications, such as alerts, missed calls, unread messages and emails, etc. It is a neat way to remain updated with you notifications without turning on the phone every time and have battery jus too.
double tap the display to wake, once the phone locked down you just tap the screen to wake up the phone, instead of using the physical power button.
While this features are interesting it can be possible that Motorola include the Activate voice feature that can allow the phone to do a task by said something to the phone while the phone locked. Let see what next.
It would be nice to have a dual sim card version. For people like me who travel between China and Hong Kong on a regular basis and have two sim cards, one for China and one for HK, a dual sim card phone will make it possible that I only carry one phone and no need to sync data between two phones.
AnonD-323305, 24 Oct 2014I was very disappointed, the device was very large and heavy. I expected something more compac... moreThis is a phablet what did you expect? Wait for the Nexus 5 2015 edition. (That is what I think Google will do).
Anonymous, 24 Oct 2014After Google sold Motorola,,, will never Buy one of there products again! Guess yGoogle has still control over the patent technology of Motorola. Google is not exactly adept in manufacturing, that is why Google let Lenovo handle it. Lenovo has acquired the manufacturing and production of the Moto phones.
Expect the phones to be better in quality, and still have the software integrity of Google. This is actually better, as Google will now focus on software optimization while Lenovo handles the production and manufacturing using the Motorola name.
After Google sold Motorola,,, will never Buy one of there products again! Guess y
AnonD-72853, 23 Oct 2014+10 I don't get it why people nowadays need 2 SIMs...It's a bare minimum requirement in third world countries where people have to struggle to get network coverage, certain network operators ave better coverage which is an issue most of the time plus having a SIM card from operators which people you know use, make it cheaper to make phone calls.
I was very disappointed, the device was very large and heavy. I expected something more compact. I will probably continue with my Nexus 5 next year.