The latest Nexus 6 was one of the most awaited android phones of the year 2014. It is also known as the “Motorola X running Stock Android”. Some of the plus and minus points will be thrown light at. Read on to find out about them.
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Size of Motorola Nexus 6
The size is exceptionally bigger than the previous releases of Motorola Nexus series, similar to iPhone 6 plus and Galaxy Note 4. However, iPhone 6 plus has a slim type while Nexus is a lot more plump.
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The tactile power and the volume buttons are the same as the previous Moto X. The buttons are located lower on the side of the phone which is pretty impressive to use and press by holding in one hand when the size is exceptionally large to use single-handedly.
Water Resistant Hardware
The hardware is almost similar to that of previous Motorola Nexus 5, but with a couple of minor changes, such as “nexus” being engraved on the back, Exceptionally huge body and water resistant body.
The whole build of the phone is rigid and strong like Lenovo Zuk Z1. The metal band goes all the way around the phone that looks very stylish. The side corners are curvy which feels great in hands, having no sharp edges dragging things in from the side corner is a very cool thing to do when the display is active.
However, the back doesn’t look as elegant as the front because it’s rounded and spinning when touched by hands.
With dual front facing stereo speakers, Nexus 6 gives the clear directional sound when videos, games or music is being played. The sound is not sort of a boom but very clear at the top volume notches.
The phone supports Nano-SIM.
The 5.96 inches, quad-HD, AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors display is meritoriously good at 493pi. The screen is protected with Corning Gorilla Glass 3 technology, the display is bright, sharp and highly saturated with extremely good viewing angles. The colors are noticeably good to eyes when the screen brightness is at the highest notch that adds to the overall quality of the android.
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The operating system in the Nexus 6 is Android OS, v5.0 (Lollipop), which is upgradable to v5.1 (Lollipop). The phone has countless new things. The more you discover the more you find new features. The fast user-friendly phone can take you to any settings you want to go to in just a couple of taps with the design language kept universal by Google. However, if we look at the overall performance, it’s fine when compared to other android phones.
With the extra Large size comes the extra-long battery life. With android v5.0, Li-Po 3220 mAh battery, mostly the android phone are not expected to last longer, but it is not the case of Nexus 6. The standby battery life of the handset is up to 330 hours and 24 hours talk-time. Which is its best department. The phone comes with the Motorola Turbo- charger which is the higher version of the regular charger.
The Nexus serious really didn’t have an A-plus camera, but the photos and videos of Nexus 6 are way better than just acceptable. It comes with 13 MP sensor, 4128 x 3096 pixels, a ring diffuser around and a flash. There is also room for optimal image stabilization with a very fast speed and instant shutter. Focusing of an image requires some elbow-grease sometimes, but the overall result comes out to be good most of the times.
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This may not be the best Quad-HD phone, but getting into the software, android v5.0 Nexus 6 works way better than just pretty fine because it comes at a lower price, just $49 at the start. So, it definitely is the right choice for stock android lovers!