AnonD-324916, 09 Nov 2014First of all, this phone come with a good battery of 3220mAh which is the same as the Galaxy N... moreI had reviewed some tests for upgraded phone using android 5, I noticed no change in battery use Google are saying that with no proof. Note 3 battery 3200mAH and can stand up to 75h while Note 4 battery 3220mAH and can stand up to 87h only. 30% saving means endurance to be up to 97.5h, Android 5.0 not as they are trying to show.
No radio, no card slot, so I won't buy!
I will get Lollipop on other devices very soon - plus other specs too.
Is there anyone feels that Android 5.0 is normal upgrade not as media show it? some tested devises which upgraded to android 5.0 doesn't show high performance or less battery use. Google only take about new ART material and UI
I like Nexus 6 but I feel android 5.0 will not be a new step after kitkat 4.4.4, for me upgrade any OS mean that performance, closing bugs, improving platform, increasing its abilities for communications and processing.
No expansion of memory and battery then no one buys(only cracky lagdroids buys. 650 dollars is not a small amount. Instead buy budget phone like Lumia 730 or 535 with 5 mp front cameras and 16 & 8 + 128 expandable memory.
AnonD-298939, 12 Nov 2014Project Volta needs to be taken with a teaspoon of salt as the true benefit will probably vary... moreThis phone is horrible!
Only 7:54h for web browsing.
No way, I better go for Huawei Ascend Mate 7.
AnonD-298939, 12 Nov 2014Project Volta needs to be taken with a teaspoon of salt as the true benefit will probably vary... moreNow that GSMArena has posted a Nexus 6 review you will also see that it's battery life is nothing amazing, either.
Anonymous, 11 Nov 2014Well there's something called power-bank that allows u to charge your phone anytime anywhereRemovable battery is more convenient than the power bank.
AnonD-72853, 11 Nov 2014Ever heard of Project Volta by Google? They significantly increased battery life in Android L.... moreProject Volta needs to be taken with a teaspoon of salt as the true benefit will probably vary from device to device.
The Nexus 9 running Android L out of the box has totally uninspiring battery life with both the iPad Mini 2 and Sony Z3 tablet offering better battery life and they even have smaller batteries than the Nexus 9, too (up to 10% smaller). Although I imagine/hoping its because of the Tegra processor.
AnonD-329778, 11 Nov 2014 Doesn't have removable battery. I keep a phone 2-3 years - which is longer than life span o... moreWell there's something called power-bank that allows u to charge your phone anytime anywhere
AnonD-258858, 09 Nov 20145.9" QHD screen, 3GB RAM,
then Why the hell only 3220mAh Battery, again like the nexus 5... moreEver heard of Project Volta by Google? They significantly increased battery life in Android L.
Doesn't have removable battery. I keep a phone 2-3 years - which is longer than life span of battery. Used for business and can't take chance of having dead battery a end of long day.
No removable memory. Not too big a deal but not a +.
No wifi calling feature on T-Mobile U.S. Use it for free calling back to U.S. when overseas.
Plus is that is has all the newest bands used in U.S.
Doesn't have bloatware.
Another plus is that if you have one - you can brag to the Apple fanatics that my Nexus costs MORE than your ifone. Money = power.
I wish that the Motorola Nexus 6 would come out with the fingerprint sensor (like of samsung or apple)
[deleted post]According to sources it will launch on the 18th of November in India
Tekki, 13 Sep 2014Please bro , im using iPhone 4 still in 2014 , as we know it has 3.5" LCD , it is almost ... moreFor your information I already have a 6.4" Sony Z Ultra, and that's still not big enough and I wear tight jeans, you need to get something done about your jeans they must be very tight to find 5.2" is too big. Maybe your hands are extremely small, I'm 5ft 2in and I find it very easy handling a 6.4" device, some of you ought to do something about your hands and your clothes.