AT&T has made LTE unavailable for Nexus 5 users in the Philadelphia area and we now can only use 3G...will Nexus 6 users be able to use LTE here? Find this out before getting in bed with any carrier; make sure all the features of your new phone will be usable.
That $649 price tag is lower than what the Note4 will be going for which will be $699 for the unlocked version. If you get the locked down version it will be a bit less I would guess maybe $399.
prices too high i dont think nexus will b able to capture the mkt as with a difference of hardly 100$ u get 6 plus
Omg from $330 to $649 almost double the price of nexus 5....thought of buying it but now I will continue with my old nexus 5
I was waiting for it, but at that price, I'll take the gnote 4 :)
I was looking to get a note 4 but I think I may get this instead. I think it's beautiful
ME, 15 Oct 2014Nice but too big and expensive. will stick to my first choice,Z3 compact.The Sony Z3 compact is a great deal.
NEXUS 6 sucks for 650$ I was hoping for something more like 400$ but for 650 its no worth it imo
Have a 5, I want a better camera at this price and large form factor going to look elsewhere before I update next time.
ME, 15 Oct 2014Nice but too big and expensive.
will stick to my first choice,Z3 compact.I really don't know where phones are going as there seems to be a blurring of phones and tablets
The Note 4 is 5.7" and the Nexus 6 is 5.96"
When Samsung launched it Galaxy Tab it was 7" which the Nexus is just an inch shorter
Only Sony have addressed the issue so far, as flagship phones get bigger the mini versions specs are dormant, camera stuck @ 8Mp
5" is my optimal display size, except for Sony mini is the new mid range
Lucky I didn't purchase Note 4 yet, will definitely give this phone a look.
It doesn't really matter who sells it.
There's always going to be a market for high end devices. It's just sad to see the Nexus line head upmarket. There are a lot of people for whom the $650 will be out of their price range. Unfortunate.