display size isn't deal breaker. Price is. ~600 bucks is way too high. Before Nexus was "Best device for the price" and now is just like any other flagship phone: either Iphone or Galaxy Note 4/S5 etc. Why should I pick Nexus 6 over OnePlus One when is with 80% lower price and the same specifications?
klaus bohm, 16 Oct 2014... apparently, this is what simple minded iPhone users do not understand. No doubt the IOS i... more... with strict internet discipline, the Android system is by far the superior syztem
Everything is good or rather at best considering hardware and technology. The only bottleneck will the size. They have made it quite big, should have kept it under 5.5 inch. It's more of a phablet now.
Anyways, nice work done. Looking forward to its comparision with LG G3, OPPO Find 7 and Samsung Note series.
b00leanbl1ss, 16 Oct 2014Has Android L caught up to iOS fluidity and robustness? ... apparently, this is what simple minded iPhone users do not understand. No doubt the IOS is superfluity and stable, while there are hiccups in the Android system, especially since I need a good security set-up to counter web-threats
However, what the simple iPhone users do not get is the fact, they are subjected into a totalitarian regime. No security issues there, of course not
In the Android system U are free which crop U visit and the more crazy a site, the more U will get capped on -it's up to you-
Personally, although agree with strict internet discipline, in the Android system, this discipline remains my choice
nexus 5 $329 for the 16GB and $399 for the 64GB model?? does nexus 5 64gb exist?
Well Oppo Find 7 has a slightly slower CPU, smaller screen, and nearly the same sized battery, and the autonomy is nothing to write home about.
With higher specs, I would assume the power consumption would be higher as well.
Can't imagine this phone could get you through the day without some ultra power saving mode...
That said, maybe a little big but very nicely designed.
Project2501, 15 Oct 2014There is really no reason to buy this over the 2014 Moto X. Basically almost the same Specs (a... more Moto X Nexus 6
Chipset: Snapdragon 801 Snapdragon 805
CPU: 2.5GHz Krait 400 2.7GHz Krait 450
GPU: Adreno 330 Adreno 420
Screen: 1080p 424ppi 1440p 493ppi
RAM: 2GB 3GB
OS: Motorola KitKat Vanilla Android L
Battery: 2300 mAh 3200 mAh
The Nexus 6 is clearly the better device.
... another Android Super phone, the Nexus 6 -
at the Samsung Note 4 event last night, checked out the Note 4
-an absolute stunner of a phone with the most incredible display - like blue water in a Fiji lagoon - incredible and superfast and super utilitarian with an unbeatable elegance
The Note 4 divide is as large as the Milky Way unreachable for all
the dimension is just a little bit wider and bigger than a 5.5 - 5.7 inch phone and it looks real good
nexus 6 -6 inches - screen - really to surf the web -one needs larger sharper screens ..of course- many are put off by larger screens in larger handsets sizes .. well - bigger screenswith smaller bezels ?better .. debate shall continue ..
If not for the huge crushing behemoth enormousness, this would be the greatest Nexus device ever and the best design since the Nexus One.
Instead it's just a pointless oversized curiosity for a niche audience, in the already niche world of Nexus users.