Hotriderx, 15 Oct 2014It is snapdragon 801 on nexus 5. The 810 SoC will be available only in early 2015snap800 !
AnonD-171857, 12 Oct 2014Nexus 6 is da bomb!!! Can't believe it. 3200 mAh battery. More than Z ultra and S5!!!!!!! The ... moreQHD Screen: Knock, Knock Battery
Battery: what u want?
QHD Screen: what else? i want to eat u :P
Battery: ehm, i have no choice ye?
QHD Screen: ye :D :D
AnonD-318457, 12 Oct 2014This phone not worth the upgrade from my nexus 5, my next phone is the one using snapdragon 810It is snapdragon 801 on nexus 5. The 810 SoC will be available only in early 2015
user, 10 Oct 2014it's time to replace my ZU!! looks forwardNexus 6 is da bomb!!! Can't believe it. 3200 mAh battery. More than Z ultra and S5!!!!!!! The Smaller the screen the more battery life. I think It's gonna have a 5 inch version also. Like Galaxy Nexus(Nexus 3) was 4.65 inches and Nexus 4 was 4.7 and Nexus 5 was 4.95 and this could be like 5.0 inches!!!
Somebody, 10 Oct 2014In all liklihood, there will be TWO nexus phones this year, to match the fruit company's offer... moreI really do hope so. I HEART Nexus. I've always had nexus phones and I love 'em. I love my Gnex still.
This phone not worth the upgrade from my nexus 5, my next phone is the one using snapdragon 810
dpi is dots per inch - it is used in DTP - with printing materials.
For screens there is only ppi - pixel per inch
https://www.sven.de/dpi/ use this site people, it will give that the screen size will be approximately 5.2".
Ppi is pixel per inch Dpi is density per inch......ppi deals with screen size and resolution.....dpi is just resolution.....e.g qHDphones will always be 560Dpi , and 5inch FHD phones will always be 441 ppi....ppi for nexus shamu is 496 because it is qHd and 5.9inch
well pixel per inch(inch) is different from density per inch(dpi) so d ppi is 496 and dpi for qhd.resolution is 560....its 560 for all qHD phones....okay?
Somebody, 10 Oct 2014"Why does the specs sheet list pixel density at 560 when the articles states 496? Confuse... moreNo, 560 is the value set on the system to scale the UI. It's not the true PPI.
Is it that hard to understand??
bedspringlex, 10 Oct 2014Why does the specs sheet list pixel density at 560 when the articles states 496? Confused."Why does the specs sheet list pixel density at 560 when the articles states 496? Confused."
496 was calculated in REVERSE from an assumed physical size of 5.9 inches.
560 is the actual value resported by the phone, which FORWARD calculates to 5.2 inches.
AnonD-173580, 10 Oct 2014DPI and PPI are not the same. On the Nexus 5, ppi is 445. Stock dpi is 480, although some ed... moredpi and ppi *are* the same thing.
Which does not mean that the values are *set correctly*.
AnonD-171857, 10 Oct 2014Could have a point I mean I would love a six inch phone but everyone else says it's a big mist... moreIn all liklihood, there will be TWO nexus phones this year, to match the fruit company's offering. One around 5", the other around 6". These two devices could have identical specs, except obviously, for the pixel density (screen size).
If this is the case, then I hope that means that google has introduced a way to dynamically pick the proper screen density setting (maybe a table lookup for some hardware flag?), which would allow the two units to share a common system image.
Anonymous, 10 Oct 2014Actually it is around 5.24. The resolution does not include the on screen buttons. So the full... moreBoth values are correct.
5.2 *total* screen, 4.95 *usable* once you take away the menu bar.
AnonD-79788, 10 Oct 2014I guess you don't know anything about how Android (and other linux-based OS's work). What is y... moreActually, the application backgrounding process that you describe is NOT multitasking. What Android does, is when you switch away from an "activity", it quite literally runs a process to cause it to STOP while it is not in use.
Multitasking means that the different applications *continue* to run while you are focused on other applications.
Android *does* multitask, but by way of background services. The application chooser allows you to change which activities are active and which are dormant, but is quite opposite to multitasking.
matx, 10 Oct 2014why no 64 bit cpu?? why google why ?Why would you want a battery hungry rushed-to-market 64 bit chip that doesn't actually offer any befit over a refined 32 bit chip? On a tablet, it might make a tiny bit of sense for media *production*, but you won't be using a phone for serious media production, so 64bit won't help.