stu, 23 Sep 2014YOU SAID IT BROTHER!! don't forget to precise that each processors should be the 64 bit versio... moreAndroid 4.5 L is probably Lollipop because of Android's tradition using sweets as their product code name.
Waiting for the nexus 6. android L is the newer version probably Lollypop
AnonD-311798, 24 Sep 2014Can you really tell by using a phone if the processor is 32-bit or 64-bit (or 128-bit or 12-bi... moreGaming performance, All over speed of the device is amped up due to the processor being able to handle more bits of information at any given time.
To loose 15 pounds I suggest a gym for that.
Golf, maybe your golf game on your phone will be smoother, I wouldn't rely on technology to alone improve a real life skill.
If you're not looking into the hardware of a phone to improve game performance or high demand applications then you should get a generic device.
Can you really tell by using a phone if the processor is 32-bit or 64-bit (or 128-bit or 12-bit or...)? Please let me know how. Are the voice calls better ("bittier"), do selfies look like I am 5 (OK, 15 ;-) pounds lighter, will it improve my golf game?
Anonymous, 23 Sep 2014I promise I will buy this nexus 6 if they make micro SD card slot for this phone!!I'll buy it they make it w nanosim
OnarkLog, 22 Sep 2014$25000????? Its gonna be $499!You do realize that people have different money values, ya? Seriously.
Won't be buying it if it doesn't have a removeable battery. The nexus 5 has such low battery capacity that I have to keep it on the charger throughout the day, the biggest turn off!
stu, 22 Sep 2014So this phone will be showing off android L, which has been designed to support 64 bit process... moreThe 805 is 64 bit. It's the first snapdragon that is. They do have more processors that are 64 bit.
Anonymous, 09 Sep 2014New Nexus 6 need contained this specs: 1.Display.- 5.2 inches QHD - LTPS + OLED 2.Memory.-... moreYOU SAID IT BROTHER!! don't forget to precise that each processors should be the 64 bit versions, to truly give us a future proof phone which will show the full potential of my future new OS, Android L (lemon meringue or lion or whatever... BUT 64 BIT!!!)
I promise I will buy this nexus 6 if they make micro SD card slot for this phone!!
Tekki, 13 Sep 2014Please bro , im using iPhone 4 still in 2014 , as we know it has 3.5" LCD , it is almost ... moreSo this phone will be showing off android L, which has been designed to support 64 bit processors right.?? If that is the case, why is the likely to be used processor on this device a snapdragon 805? Isn't this a 32 bit processor?? I won't let go of my g2 just to get a tiny Lil bump in the processing power... I really hope they do put a 64 bit soc in there...
Alex Dobie off Android Central podcast seem to let slip saying Google have to work hard with the next Nexus as its due in next month..Whether thats true or not it is in timeframe for next Nexus.
Are they holding off for 810 chip as Nexus always have latest tech? is the Snapdragon 810 chip ready yet anyone know?
AnonD-310886, 22 Sep 2014I dont think nexus devices ever had SDcard supportThe first Nexus the HTC NEXUS ONE had sd card support but since then it got rid of sd card support..
Android wants everything on one disk but they could use micro-se support for media only.They want all the apps to be a whole not swapped to memory card and some of the app on phone memory and other bits on sd card.
The way to solve that is put decent storage in Nexus devices to begin with..64gig cards are cheap now so no excuse but what about twin ads cards in the device no-ones done that,,,for example put two 128 gig cards onboard giving 256 gig storage..
Don't get like apple does charging extra 100 quid to double storage greedy gits.