Tcool, 20 Oct 2014uLOL!
Huawei Honor 6 has JDI 5.0 inch FHD Incell screen, pixel density of up to 445 PPI, ho... moresorry for that 294 ppi review i misunderstood there.
No doubt its a good phone but still somewhere interface matters a lot and LTE connectivity is not yet going to work in India properly and the time it will be working properly every 2nd phone will be LTE supporting LTE and buying a technology that is not even going to help much is not a very good idea. Instead of that an intelligent customer must look for something more practical. Moto x has most advanced voice commands. Now i must say its not a feature that we use every now and then but there are 3-4 commands which really make this feature a very good deal. Setting the alarm without even touching with absolute accuracy is one of them as the phone is constantly listening to you 24 by 7. So its the innovation and definitely a feature that is not there in even i phone 6. and about design its obvious that we all have curved palms so moto x is actually very very nice to hold as if it is designed for humans. i personally think if you are getting almost all the nice and practical features with latest OS and no lags at all then its obviously a good deal.
Dark Shadow 23, 19 Oct 2014Now thats funny. Bro technical knowledge is something that makes it easier to differentiate ph... moreuLOL!
Huawei Honor 6 has JDI 5.0 inch FHD Incell screen, pixel density of up to 445 PPI, how dare you compare it with Moto G. 294ppi?
Are you dreaming?
Honor 6 is 7.5mm thin with a massive battery of 3100mAh.
Honor 6 is future proof with LTE-A CAT6 300mbps DL.
It has 13MP Sony fourth generation BSI stack type camera at the back equipped with dual LED flash and 5MP front camera.
3GB RAM, 16GB ROM supporting microSD up to 64 GB Android 4.4.2 upgradable.
Are you really technically knowledgeable or just discriminating phones made in China?
Tcool, 19 Oct 2014If you are talking of smaller screen, then Huawei Honor 6 is better than your Moto X!Yeah sure, a Chinese interface without any surety of android updates, No gorilla glass, cheap mali GPU which is used in companies like lava, karbonn, micromax. If you are looking that way then xiomi mi3 will be a better option for you because there is not much of difference except for RAM but at least you get a gorilla glass and proper branded processor and GPU which performs well in all benchmark tests. And do compare the benchmarks of moto x with any of these devices then you'll get to know what is fluidity of performance. Check for speed tests of all these devices, perhaps you'll get to know what is bloatware and what is stock version of android.
It is way too large. I had a hope that it will be smaller, but now I will not buy it. I wish to see a refresh of nexus 5 with better camera and bigger battery.
Its a very good phone.awsumee design. M waitng fr it to cm as soon as possible
Anything is nonsense above 5.0". Hope there's a mini version there in the pipelines or else.
CasperEgy, 19 Oct 2014This phone is good for people who likes big screen and Phablet functions, but it missing Pen a... morewhy would you want FM radio? They come cheap anyway, it isn't a big feature anymore, and listening to FM is awful, the amount of advertisements on it; too annoying. And I stopped using my stylus (S-Pen to be exact) after a few months. It's just more time consuming, it's like a toy.
Anonymous, 19 Oct 2014Now that Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 has been released. I won't be surprised if they are going to laun... moreThere is no 1, 2 , 3 Nexus devices. Nexus 5 is still a great device, that is why they aren't releasing a new 5" device. They entered the phablet market with the Nexus 6 (which is still 159 mm tall, which isn't that huge), and a 4:3 tablet release hints a design shift.
What I think is they'll alternate devices every year, from 5" phones to 6" phablets. One each second year.
And they have chosen a middle ground between seven and ten (tablets), I don't know what route they will take here, but I suspect they are going to stick with a single tablet for now.
This Nexus 6 is the best Nexus ever release for this reasons
1. The Android L is bringing the most important features in the android OS experience. For me:
- the OS improved the battery live up to 90 minutes from the previous android 4.4.4 on the same phone.
- The reset factory is protected which make stolen phone useless.
2. The size 5.9 is the most wanted prouved by the popularity of the Galaxy Note series, the iPhone 6+ and iPhone 6 with improved size preorders have topped 20 million units from October 10 to October 13.
3. Moto Nexus 6 is the first Nexus waterproof.
4. Moto Nexus 6 have the highest from all previous Nexus battery juice 3200mAh.
5. The Moto Turbo charge in 15 minutes of charge, you can use the phone for 6hours.
6. This Nexus got the most sensors than any previous Nexus.
7. The Nexus 6 is the first sport the same CPU than the most powerful phone in the market. The Nexus 6 have the Snapdragons 805 while the Moto X 2014 and Galaxy S5 have the Snapdragon 801 while makes the Nexus 6 as powerful as the Galaxy Note 4 and the upcoming Droid Turbo. And that goes for the highest Ram 3GB. Only the first HTC Nexus not to confuse with G one was on specs as strong as the Sony Ericson X10 , Galaxy S1, Droid or Milestone from Motorola.
8. Can add up to 32Gb through OTA USB flash memory.
This makes the Moto Nexus 6 the most important Nexus released ever and still cost less than the popular iPhone 6+ and one of the popular android phone to be the Galaxy Note 4 with all big size.
So, why people keep on complaining? You don't want it do not buy it but this phone will be the most sold Nexus even in the Nexus sell history I can promise you that.﻿
Nexus have internal memory 32Gb and 64Gb but you can add a 32Gb or more by using the ADATA 32GB USB OTG Flash Drive and get external memory.
Tcool, 19 Oct 2014If you are talking of smaller screen, then Huawei Honor 6 is better than your Moto X!Now thats funny. Bro technical knowledge is something that makes it easier to differentiate phones. Huawei honor is not even comparable with moto g. 294 ppi with out stock version of android and no gaurantee of android updates. What feature of huawei made you think like that.?
Tcool, 19 Oct 2014What? Am I going to buy a phone to hold it for the rest of my life? And maybe you are a bl... moreBro blind fans may talk rubbish but i look behind logic and practicality. S5 has loads of features that normal user never uses like remote control for tv, s voice, etc. These features obviously consume RAM making the phone go slow. Compare s5 with nexus 5, moto x or even moto g bcoz all of these handsets are using stock version of android so definitely they will be blazing fast in daily usage as compared to s5 which is loaded with bloatware. Dont take my words, just compare.
Well this babe is on the huk ... i can see this in my pocket this month end!!!
Droid Terminator, 16 Oct 2014Just tell me does the iPhone 6 plus too big and so expensive? But news says the iPhone 6 and ... moreExactly,you're right !
It's extraordinaryly why while a lot people rushing to grab the $850-32gb-5"7 Samsung Note 4 and the $850-32gb-5"5 Iphone 6+ some guys stil closing their eyes and ears from the 5"96-32gb Nexus 6's stereo front speakers,nice design and highest-end specs at $649 only ($699 for 64gb).
If you,phablet haters,go for the 5"2 new Moto X at $499 or the upgraded 64gb-4"95 Nexus 5 at $399.These Android smartphone,ofcourse,not for Iphone's fanboys.
IseeDEADbodies, 16 Oct 2014I totaly agree with @jo44. I've used Galaxy Nexus in the past. Later on i moved to Nexus 4 (wh... moreWhile You have got Nexus 4,I have six of them for my family and later on I have Nexus 5,Moto G,Moto X,Moto G2...for my self.I think the people know how to consider and estimate anything they want .As for me,The Nexus line is pure Android,cheaper than any competitors on market at the time and Motorola is a company with global class.
I'm really so happy to have a smartphone (or pablet or named to anything) from Google (Nexus) made by Motorola ! But be back down by Nexus 6's surprisingly price of $649.However, a 5"2 new Moto X is my better choice than a upgraded $399-64gb-4"95 Nexus 5.
every thing is amazing but its have some disadvantage or weakness
no memory slot.
ear phone sound not pretty much good & design
not a boom sound which gives a amazing sound experience
In a hypothetical event that Nexus 6 is a shrunk version of this, say 5.2-5.5" 6-8mm slim with its length and width reduced accordingly, but still incorporates the same design of the phone, will this phone still be likeable (in the whole design alone and not in features or performance)?
Now that Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 has been released. I won't be surprised if they are going to launch a Nexus 8 tablet next 'cause I think, judging by the pattern of their move, they're aiming to complete the line count from 1 to 10. Just my speculation. If they do, the Nexus family will be whole and complete :-)