Hey I want to know what happen to these companies when they didnt hav guts to match the demand supply ratio than why do they launch the products for example I need a nexus6 in india only flipkart is providing it in 32gb variant and white color all other option coming soon written from a long time r they think we r fool or what...and chinese companies policies is like that make the handsets on paper and dramatic publicity but not make the production large as no mi4 available in india no oneplus one and other flagship phone why thet tease their when dont want to suplly to india
people i just got a nexus 6...what are the initial steps to start the phone? like should i charge the phone to its full potential and the switch it on or something? please provide me with the steps...first flagship phone ever :)
I have both the Nexus 4 & 6...
I love both phones equally (even though they run the same software). I didnt feel the need to upgrade to the Nexus 5 from the 4 due to the camera. I love the Nexus 6...very nice phone. I've been a Android user since the G1 and this is by far the best Android devise ive owned.
No memory card and no radio support. I would love to get a Nexus device in the future which supports these features. Until then, nice handset. :)
NO DLNA OR SCREEN MIRRORING SUPPORT
no wonder why companies climb the stairs up fast then stumble faster , such nice phone like this one on no reason why or simply they forgot dlna feature which is now become a basic thing
guitarology, 09 Jan 2015simple- little by little all the phone are gravitating toward cloud storage. Much like Apple d... morenot if we stop this cloud bullshit.. we as consumers need to say no to mfg's when it comes to the cloud..
not sure about any one else but I like my privacy and in the cloud run by others there is no such thing as privacy.. Let's stop being sheep and tell mfg's what we really want, local storage with local control
I got my Nexus 6 a week back, while on call when I put the call on hold, I hear a humming sound continuously through the speakers is it a hardware problem?
HashW, 10 Jan 2015Nexus 6 is hands down one of the best gadgets around currently. Beautiful screen, great front ... moreDear, I got my No yesterday. Overall superb phone and performance. However it is not recognising the USB OTE. In the official website of Motorola, there is no mention of OTG. What is the truth ? Does it support or not ?
Nexus 6 is hands down one of the best gadgets around currently. Beautiful screen, great front facing speakers, capable camera and a battery which would last 24+ hrs with my usage and turbo charging is amazing for topping up the battery just in case if i have to get out late night. Those who bitch about no SD slot, please get yourselves familiar with USB OTG sticks that plugs right into the micro usb port of the N6. Also, let me remind you all those new Nexus users that, Nexus devices from the beginning has been for the developers and tech savvy who would have no issue getting their hands dirty with custom roms, and custom kernels and messing up with the firmware and not for the faint hearted. So if you have difficulties using a Nexus, sell it and buy a Samsung or better yet iPhone bcz iPhone is pretty much fool proof. iPhone is THE smartphone for people who are not that smart!
This is my first high end phone and before buying, it was a tough competition between Nexus 6 and Note 4 but for me Nexus 6 is a winner. I am amazed with performance, picture clarity and battery life. Note 4 is also giving the same but its user interface is lagging behind as you find same in its entry level and premium smartphone. Core andrioid is another advantage, so no built-in bulky apps.
Three cheers for Nexus 6 :)
Anonymous, 09 Jan 2015Though i love nexus i too don't want to have it because there is no card slot. I wonder why Go... moresimple- little by little all the phone are gravitating toward cloud storage. Much like Apple does with iCloud. For an iPhone to have an SD slot is nothing but a pipe dream within another pipe dream. At least some Google phones like some Samsungs, some HTC's still have this feature. Pretty soon it'll all be cloud based.
Hope this helps