This phone has by far given me the best android experience.. Just like the Nexus 5 the Nexus 6 allows you to install ROMs of almost all types. It allows you to go to Googles website in case you bootloop your phone and tells you how step by step to repair it. Everything I have tried on this phone, using rootkits to root and flash TWRP to the phone work flawlessly. Getting into bootloader and going to recovery (TWRP) works flawlessly. Using root to save battery by making the resolution smaller works great(1080p). I have no issues with this phone other than if you don't root the phone or install a custom ROM your experience WILL (and I meant to put those caps) not be as good as mine. If you don't know what I am talking about check out this ROM named Dirty Unicorns and look for the code name "Shamu." Code name Shamu is the code name for the Nexus 6. Also another fact about why I am not leaving this phone(Yet). Once Xposed is supported for android nougat 7.0 and above then I will switch to another phone but it is not.. So to me right now a phone with 6.0.1 and below are superior to android 7.0. Do the research on Xposed as well, because you will want too. Also check out the apps that require root named Lspeed, Terminal Emulator, Kernel Adiutor, and especially like I mentioned Xposed.
great mobile ever i saw..really great performance ..i have no words to say i have used all type of cellphones but this is gorgious
great device in 2017 sold it to get lg g4 now getting one back g4 battery sucks big time more color in my socks than lg display lol
The series of phones I went through started with an iPhone 4 to the note 2, note 3, then a nexus 6. Unfortunately the reason I gave up on my nexus 6 is because I wanted iPhone again due to having an iPad, iMac,'and MacBook Pro. But the nexus 6 has the best version of android with the most beautiful body visually and physically. I mean you just want to touch it all the time. Motorola did a fantastic job on assembling the phone as far as ergonomics go. It's too bad they don't still make a phone like this and this big because I'd buy in a heartbeat even with my iPhone 7 plus.
krassi, 11 Apr 2017probably not,There is no iris scanner on nexus 6It uses facial recognition not an iris scanner. I can confirm that the nexus 6 does indeed have this feature as I'm using it currently with mine.
Today in 2017 this is an amazing phone nice 2k amoled display.. great battery life and sound. Would recommend 100% in 2017
Previous G4 owner got this instead. G4 battery is crap
How is your post Nougat experience with this beast? Battery life has improved as in could you just give the stats about in SOT and overall usability till it gives all out. I'm not much of a gamer hence would like to get an idea about the overall battery performance. I do mostly browsing, YouTube, connected to 4G LTE round the clock. Let me know. Thanks in advance.
I don't know whats better for second hand nexus 6 or iphone 6 plus please tel us your opinion thank youuuu.
how to start screen mirroring in moto nexus 6 without chromecast on samsung smart tv
krassi, 11 Apr 2017probably not,There is no iris scanner on nexus 6Settings >security >screen locks >pattern >
There is an option for face scanning
AnonD-377723, 02 Apr 2017Is anyone using iris scanner on Nexus 6? probably not,There is no iris scanner on nexus 6
Can anybody tell me what SAR value has the european version XT1100 of Nexus 6? Thanks!
Still stuck on android nougat 7.0 and no updates for 7.1 either, only get security updates at april 1st 2017 .. i hope new updates release soon as possible, thx google
Does we gonna get volte support for Jio bands for nexus 6 in coming update.... If not this phone will become shit. Where Jio supports 3 5 40 bands. Where Nexus support for 3 5 41. Will this problem can be resolve through update.
Well hope google updates there 2 year old launcher app. I updated to a similar but different launcher and the lag is gone
nexus 6 will not get any update now.. nougat is the final update...