Hope the news is false. Anything above 5" cant be considered a phone. Make nexus 5 like phone cheap and powerful and true vale for money.
Not the nexus 6 again
They should use the Snapdragon 820! 810 has a bad reputation.
Also use 4 GB RAM!
good news, its time for chinese phone.. huawei hmade good quality phone.
If the screen size is true then they've made a mistake IMO. Many were interested in the Nexus 6 but the screen size turned then away. Now I understand that competiting with the Note series is important but come on. IF they make the bezels small like Huawei did with their Mate 7 then okay, maybe this screen size will work.
Expected Kirin 950 or a new SD, why wont they just put the 810 to rest. The name has been tainted, even if it performs well now people will think twice.
Huawei is one of those manufacturer that is rising steadily, maybe slowly but steady. I think it would be wise for them to have marketing how to pronounce their brand. (LOL!) Because honestly all those people I met using Huawei doesnt even know how to pronounce the darn brand.
Plus they dont have to incluse the word "Huawei" on their phones. The Logo (red petal flower) is unique and mystical.
5,7 is a joke, like Nexus 6 was.
A lot of people need 4-4,5 inch phone. This will be a faulure.
I just want an updated Nexus 6 with a USB-C port.
Love the large screen phones. They're small enough to fit into the pants that straight men wear, and won't damage your eyesight by making you squint. The perfect all-in-one device.
AnonD-89124, 08 May 20155.7-inch is so big, I don't need more than 5.3-inch screen.no one care what you need
Stupid thing is that phone makers think that huge phones are a good strategy. Who told you so? Large percentage of customers will buy phones with display 4.9- 5.2 inch. For me I'll never buy a gigantic phone. The only reason I bought my nexus5 was the normal logic size.
Don't care about the specs. I only care about the price. I want a Nexus that isn't going to cost $650.
I'm not sure why these mobile companies are trying to launch a bigger phone day by day. Is that a new trick to boost android wear sales? I'm not sure how someone's gonna keep a 5.7 inch device in his pocket comfortably.