yep is not a nexus / too big and spec. will generate enormous cost in my opinion. I will wait for check it but I&I don't want put it into my pocket. Peace
Again, AMAZING phone from Google with great specs. A little bit on the large size at 5.95 inches. The only other downside I see is the absence of the Micro SD slot. I understand why they do it, but they really expand their market if they added it.
now I prefer iPhone 6 because this phone doesn't support TD-LTE 2300 and 2600 but the i phone 6 support those frequencies.
Fulvian, 16 Oct 2014I meant to say 3 hours more screen on time.OK, maybe they made it to last 3 days, but I don't trust that company. Not only battery life is important. Durability is very important. How does that phone work after more than one year? How about the updates? How about speed?
Mobilemaster, 16 Oct 2014A Chinese smart phone with a 4000 mAh for example will have a similar battery life which a Sam... moreI used to have Note 3, and now Mate 7. Mate 7 lasts at least 3 hours more than my Note 3 with similar usage habit. Don't comment on something you've never used.
It is not worth to pay $649, Till now i had good feedback, I was using Nexus 4 it heats up heavily,
I don't want to buy this phone.
There are many other phones which costs less than $400 with same specification(Ex: One plus one, MI4, etc., )
Considering the price i will go for iPhone 6 rather going to Nexus 6
Tcool, 16 Oct 2014LOL! Huawei Ascend Mate 7 has 4100mAh battery but only 7.9mm thin with 5MP front camera. The... moreA Chinese smart phone with a 4000 mAh for example will have a similar battery life which a Samsung have with 3200 mAh I think. I don't trust any Chinese smart phone maker. Maybe Lenovo is a serious company.
behzad, 16 Oct 2014This is the best smart phoneLOL!
Huawei Ascend Mate 7 has 4100mAh battery but only 7.9mm thin with 5MP front camera.
The Huawei Ascend Mate 7 will flush this unit down the sink!
Is it confirmed that it has slimport support?
Then it is a go and I can use it for presentations via slimport-HDMI adapter. This you can't do on the Moto X 2014-edition. MHL is a no go because the need for external Power.
Can someone tell me the expected price of the phone (preferably in Europe, in case they differ from market to market)?
Also can some explain how long will the battery last if the phone is in constant use (ie if I charge the battery and then use it non-stop, how long will it take before it dies)?
Also any thoughts on the fact that the battery is non-removable and that the phone is built by Motorola, they do have a certain reputation (they aren't what they used to be, at least that's my opinion, no offence meant to any fan of Motorola)?
I think phones are now getting so advanced that it's really difficult to build something different.
I'm sure the Nexus 6 is a very nice device and competes well with other Big Phones/Phablets but there's nothing to make it stand out here.
I bought a Nexus 5 a year ago and got it because it was as good as anything on the market at the time but far cheaper (half the price of an iPhone 5/Note 3 etc).
The Nexus 6 is priced close to competitors and I just can't see it selling that well - hope I'm wrong but I think it's just going to be another Phablet amongst a sea of similar devices. Price it at $500 or less and it will fly off the shelves.