I am a die hard fan of yours. Its a request to you please sell your phones offline also and increase your service centres and I am sure you will be no.1 brand.
Looks like Nexus 6 also will not support LTE in India,as Airtel is operating 2300Mhz band.i expected this time 2300Mhz band in Nexus6
h3dshot, 04 Dec 2014Quite easy to get when you work at a mobile storePerhaps but afraid I've just cancelled my order places 18/11 with carphone for the 64gb cloudy white version as they now say they are not expecting it until 30/12/2014! We are all not fortunate enough to work in a phone shop and given the shambles Google and Motorola have made of this launch, I think I'll save myself the hassle and get something else for the holidays and Xmas from a more professional entity. Welcome the cheaper and more established LG G3!
h3dshot, 04 Dec 2014Quite easy to get when you work at a mobile storethe nexus 6 is tooo much cost
and nexus 9 is not that much cost
Droid Annihilator, 03 Dec 2014You'll get used to the large size fairly quickly, don't worry... :)I will second that but afraid no one seems to be able to get hold of the phone much less get used to it!
Let's begin the Nexus hunt....! What a shambles!!
Romeo, 01 Dec 2014The specs are amazing but its too large!!You'll get used to the large size fairly quickly, don't worry... :)
Love the specs for the phone. I just wish it had UDB 3.0 and a MicroSD slot.
Romeo, 01 Dec 2014The specs are amazing but its too large!!It is relatively small for its screen size which is nearly 6 inches.The main flaw of all of the latest motorola phones esp this nexus 6 is that the battery back up for continuous web browsing is only about 8 hours even with massive batteries. Many phones are available now which gives continuous web browsing of 13 hours.
Romeo, 01 Dec 2014The specs are amazing but its too large!!Its about the same hight as the iphone 6 plus
maher shtat, 01 Dec 2014phone with no radio , no IR , non replaceable battery , and no sd card slot... what is this mo... moreRadio can be found on the Sprint version only, as on other new Samsung flagships
If Google take much longer to get this out in serious quantities, it will be outdated before even getting to market. The Snapdragon 805 will be supplanted by the 810 and 4 GB of RAM will replace 3 GB as standard in high end devices. At that point given the price of the it Google will have a tough time selling it at all. It will be no longer be perceived as "bleeding edge" but will carry pretty much the same price tag. Who is going to pay over the odds for what will be, by then, an outdated device? If this fiasco goes in to next year, which actually seems quite likely, I can this becoming a reality.
Anonymous, 26 Nov 2014and nexus 5 is no radio...what the problem?Radio,,,,,,,,, seriously Dude,,,;
phone with no radio , no IR , non replaceable battery , and no sd card slot... what is this motorola
how can we call such thing a flag ship phone??