almost 6" screen.. WTF. This pushing inches competition got to stop.. People want to carry the thing in their pockets..
Let me know when a mini (portable) version comes out. Not interested in hauling around a desktop computer thanks.
marianshamshir, 16 Oct 2014No.NO.NO
I dont love it. its bad its not phone .big size not goodJust tell me does the iPhone 6 plus too big and so expensive? But news says the iPhone 6 and 6 plus sold more than 21 millions already as big as they are.
What about the Galaxy Note 4 is it big? In fact the Nexus 6 cost less than the GNote 4.
Or maybe all of them are expensive and too big.
Big disapontment.I have both the nexus 4 and 5 but I think I will pass on this one.
This for sure is going to be performance beast but a weight of 184gms might be too heavy ... like carrying a brick in with antennas :)
Nice to see AMOLED tech,hope it will draw less power like Note4 & Android L magic will bring great battery endurance.
If yes, then it's time to update to Nexus6 from XOLO Q3000.
Mobilemaster, 16 Oct 2014OK, maybe they made it to last 3 days, but I don't trust that company. Not only battery life i... moreMaster, you need to be careful with the Chinese phone and some Asia country phone maker. I have a Prestigio phone it is good believe me. Even if they are not totally like Samsung, HTC, Motorola or Sony but they deliver good services that all I can say.
China rule the sells of Laptop in the world in 2013 and can even do it in 2014.
Just Google why Samsung was wondering about Google sold the Motorola to Lenovo.
I dont love it. its bad its not phone .big size not good
It is quite expensive for Nexus, i don't know why Google has decided to change its pricing strategy. Also it is too big and heavy.
I totaly agree with @jo44. I've used Galaxy Nexus in the past. Later on i moved to Nexus 4 (which i still have, i passed the N5 cause i didnt consider it much of an upgrade). But i've waited for the announce of the N6 for so long and that is official... i'm really dissapointed. This is too big. Everythin above 5" (5.2, if the bezels are think like G3) is too big. I'm not a phablet fan. I hoped for, lets say "updated" N5. This is too big, and i think most of the Nexus users wont be happy with this size. Bad job from Google this time. At least they could've done like Aple did. Release 2 versions of the phone. I agree some people are happy about this 6" display, but im pretty sure even more people (like myself) would be very dissapointed. For me the idea of Nexus was totally different, not this shiny "modern" and waaay too expensive brick. I just hope there will be Lolipop for N4, otherwise i'll have to switch on N5.
I think Moto X (2 Gen) is there for those who are looking for 5 inch mobile. This is 6 inch Mobile and has come out very well IMO. I wish I can order but I have already placed an order for another device. I can wait for one year to see Nexus 6+ version!
most of the guys are looking for a smaller stock android device and guys I think this is the device - "droid turbo" have a look. This device is also made by moto has a smaller screen so better to hold with even better specs and obviously stock android experience like that of moto x and nexus.
too big unfourtunately has the best chips set of this year, shoud I wait to the next year to buy a new SP?
price is to high for the device with no customer support, moto x is cheaper and better... in phablet wars for now 5.5" oneplus is better and twice as cheaper, also huawei mate7 is a great 6" phablet (500$), samsung note4 is also an option for the same price as nexus6...
ps. but if you want to spend 650-700$ you better go and get iphone 6/6+, if not try oneplus one for 300-350$, but nexus is not an option in this world anymore(((
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is slightly better hardware compare to Motorola Nexus 6 but Motorola Nexus 6 only has an advantage of latest Android OS updates first...
Google should have released a reasonably sized phone together with this huge phablet. Google customers wanted an updated, improved and consolidated Nexus 5, with decent battery and camera at only a slightly higher price point perhaps. Not a huge, expensive (almost 90% more expensive) phablet only. Google not listening to their customers and fan base.
Disappointed Google fan here.