This phone has a built in battery.. Now a days again the companies are providing the option of removable battries. The only fear I am feeling.. what to do when battery is swiped away completely. ???
After dropping my Nexus 6 in a 4 inch stream of rapidly flowing water and spending 10+ seconds fishing it out, it is still working like a charm many weeks later. Aside from the rounded back, the frame and reliability of this phone feels great. Thank you Motorola and Google for making this happen, and thank you to the manufacturers for such a reliable device.
LizH, 28 Feb 2016Big beautiful phone! Metal construction is sturdy, masculine, very handsome. Curved back is ... moreThis phone's biggest flaw is the sub-par audio chip for headphone usage, but I really like the phone still. Surprisingly good battery life (SOT max. 6 hours personally).
Big beautiful phone! Metal construction is sturdy, masculine, very handsome. Curved back is comfortable to hold. For a one year old phone it is easily equal to the new 6p. It lacks fingerprint, but has wireless charging. Front speakers, updated to Marshmallow out of the box. Fast and smooth processing and "ok Google" works (I was tired of fighting with S-voice). It took me a bit to realize Google photo replaces a gallery app.
Flagship quality phone, and now sold at a bargain price.
As of now AT&T isn't supporting HD voice on non AT&T phones, it doesn't really matter as quality is good and you could always surf and talk on AT&T.
Guddu, 25 Feb 2016Umm....i runs on android 5.0 ryt?? Can we upgrade it to v 6.0??My Nexus 6 was automatically upgraded to Marshmallow in January 2016, two months after purchase.
deadpool, 27 Feb 2016If you don't have any problem with big screen then do go for nexus 6 coz its performance is be... moreAnd don't forget that nexus does not support otg... You gave to download separate app for this purpose (which is paid not available for free)
lao kimhong, 13 Feb 2016I want to buy a new phone , between the droid turbo and the nexus 6 , which one is better ?? ... moreIf you don't have any problem with big screen then do go for nexus 6 coz its performance is better than droid except for the part that nexus' front camera is highly disappointing if you use front camera more often.... Moreover Battery backup of droid is better than nexus.... But if you really want performance and want to use your phone for a longer run then do go for nexus..
Vince Sr, 26 Feb 2016Upgrades are automatic. Mine is now Ver 6.0.1How did you update it ?? Plug in computer or on mobile phone ??
Guddu, 25 Feb 2016Umm....i runs on android 5.0 ryt?? Can we upgrade it to v 6.0??Upgrades are automatic. Mine is now Ver 6.0.1
Guddu, 25 Feb 2016Umm....i runs on android 5.0 ryt?? Can we upgrade it to v 6.0??sure u can update to Android 6
Noigel, 24 Feb 2016Love the large screen, feel very sturdy and run android 6.01 very smoothly.Umm....i runs on android 5.0 ryt?? Can we upgrade it to v 6.0??
I had only Verizon XT912, it was nice to use, runs well but not smoothly upfront. So now i'm walking towards X Style. It is very exciting to see...
I love large screen.
Love the large screen, feel very sturdy and run android 6.01 very smoothly.
I've just ordered it (Midnight blue 32GB version).
I'm very excited to see it .
Anonymous, 19 Feb 2016I have been an apple person. How is this phone compare to the Nexus 6? Well to me the big difference between iOS and Android is that iOS in most apps have no back button whereas, with Android and most of it's apps, if you make a change and want to go back you can very easily. I was so fed up with iOS that it prompted me to get rid of it for the new Huawei Mate 8 which runs a lot faster than the Apple phone. You have more user control over Android apps than with iOS apps. I also do not like to use iTunes because it always messes up my music folders whereas Android does not move or manipulate your music files.
I have been an apple person. How is this phone compare to the Nexus 6?