The tech giant Google has added another device to its lineage of the flagship device Nexus. Motorola has been fortunate enough to be the creator of the all new Nexus 6. A powerful flagship smartphone, with trendsetting specifications and glorious looks is out in the run to demolish the rivals. Check out the full Google Nexus 6 review below.
Hardware Configuration and Memory
Google NEXUS 6 is a 4G LTE enabled device powered by an Snapdragon 805, 2.7 GHz Krait 450 processor and has 3 GB RAM. This makes the device swift and a quick performer. Speaking of graphics acceleration, a dedicated Adreno 420 GPU takes it to a new high. A great display output, with an efficient visibility in the daylight makes it a tough rival. NEXUS 6 is available with 16 GB and 64 GB internal storage variants.
A non-removable 3220 mAh Li-Po battery powers up the set, which could be a little bit on the pro side for the long run. This should be good enough for 330 hours of charged up company in standby mode. As Motorola claims, the device is ready to serve 24 Hours of 3G talktime in a single charge.
Camera and Display
Moving on to the camera, a 13-megapixel primary camera, with touch focus and face detection make it the best in class camera. Excellent imagery seems no real task with the NEXUS 6. In a selfie inspired environment, a 2-megapixel front-facing camera is an effective lens for video calling and selfies.
A 6 inch AMOLED display with multipoint capacitive touchscreen is a great feature of NEXUS 6. The display has a resolution of 2560×1440 pixels and provides a great visibility in all kinds of ambient light. Corning Gorilla Glass 3 guards the display against screen damages and scratches.
Software and Other Features
The NEXUS 6 is juiced up with the latest Android platform, Lollipop v5.0. This is nonetheless one of the greatest specifications of the device. The device is also Wifi enabled along with Bluetooth v4.1, GLONAS and A-GPS. Accelerometer and proximity sensors add up to the main board configuration.
- 4K display, the only device with this feature
- Panorama and HDR modes in camera
- Latest Android Lollipop v5.0
- Water resistant
Here is a NEXUS 6 benchmark.
At its price of around 44000, NEXUS 6 is a plus five against its rivals for smartphone enthusiasts. No disturbing flaws about the device, and shear excellence define the package. Worth a shot phone by Google. Totally amazing firsthand experience with the magic phone.
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