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The pixel-rich, 6" Quad HD display is perfect for getting work done, playing games, and watching movies with stunning clarity.
Dual front-facing speakers provide immersive stereo sound to give you the best audio for movies and games.
The Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 805 quad-core 2.7GHz processor provides lightning fast multi-tasking and the Adreno 420 GPU gives you brilliant graphics.
An f2.0 lens and 13 megapixel camera with optical image stabilization capture great photos in daylight and low light. Using advanced computational photography technology and HDR+, the pre-installed Google Camera does the heavy lifting so you can effortlessly take great photos.
Get up to 6 hours of use from only 15 minutes of charging.* With a large 3220 mAh battery, you get over 24 hours of use from a full charge.
With the Google Nexus 6, you'll be the first to get the latest Android updates. It means, you'll have Lollipop, the newest and sweetest version of Android from Google, so you can enjoy the latest features and enhancements. Now you can easily switch between editing documents, browsing the web, watching movies and listening to music. Furthermore, Google Play is your one-stop-shop for digital entertainment with more than 1 million apps and games. Moreover, all your favorite Google Apps work together across all your devices-desktop and mobile. Gmail, Chrome, Google Calendar and Google Keep are seamlessly integrated. Enjoy all the goodness of Android the way it was meant to be enjoyed with the all new Google Nexus 6.
|Platform||Android OS, v5.0 (Lollipop)|
|Dual Camera||Yes (2 MP Front Facing Camera)|
|Wi-Fi||Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, Wi-Fi Direct, DLNA, Wi-Fi hotspot|
|Screen Size||5.96 inches|
|GPS||Yes, with A-GPS, GLONASS|
|Camera Pixel||13 MP, 4128 x 3096 pixels, autofocus, optical image stabilization|
|Camera Flash||Yes, dual-LED (ring) flash|
|Processor Type||2.7 GHz Quad Core Krait 450 Snapdragon 805|
|Color Display||Yes, 16M|
|Resolution||1440 x 2560 pixels (493 ppi)|
|Bluetooth||v4.1, A2DP, LE|
|Video Recorder||[email protected], optical stabilization|
|Internal Memory||32 GB|
|USB||microUSB v2.0 (SlimPort), USB Host|
|Talk Time||Up to 24 hours (Non-removable Li-Po 3220 mAh battery)|
|Standby Time||Up to 330 hours|
|Dimension||159.3 x 83 x 10.1 mm|
Posted by Mustafa A. Khawaja on 13th Feb 2015
Planning on buying a nexus device had been on my wishlist for quite some time. Coming from a Note 2 and a fair share of rooting and modding experience, the Nexus 6 was a no brainer for me when released in November.
Prudence over buying anything especially a phone; i'd seen and read as many reviews as possible prior to purchase. Hence, i had a comprehensive picture of the experience i was spending my money on, yet some things are best judged when you go all in!
First things first, sliding out the box cover and seeing that monstrous dark screen sitting there facing you is a sight to behold; the dual speakers adding a definite panache.
As i mentioned earlier, upgrading from a Note 2, i felt right at home handling the Nexus 6. Adding what i assume are "big hands", one handed use isn't as jarring as the internet would have one assume. Worth mentioning, despite the 5.96" display the overall engineering balances it quite remarkably. In retrospect, i'm an all-out phablet guy and get confused on how to manipulate an iphone, (the actual one), at first touch; perhaps its more palm-grip muscle memory than anything else.
The Nexus 6 itself is an amazing feat of engineering. The curved back is a boon for phablets. One handed scrolling through social media at night doesn't leave the pinky finger straining or the phone going ninja-mode and attacking my face! The grip is great, or at least better than what i'm used to.
I want to mention the screen briefly: the Note 2 had a great screen. I could visually tell Samsung improved on the PPI with the S4 which came after and again with the Note 3, (owned within the family), but never considered improved PPI within the FHD spectrum a reason to upgrade. Adding to that the current mainstay opinion that 2K displays aren't necessary, let me say, you have got to see this display! Forget the "you can't see the pixels when your nose touches the screen, yellows when seen from at a 2 degree horizontal" debate; leave that to the nitpickers. What you need to know is that its just visually stunning. Stellar screen by all accounts!
Beyond that, by and large it is a great phone. Dual speakers, phablet battery capacity, vanilla android - lollipop is a delight, although the lock screen is a mind bend. Haha.
Last of all, honorable mention, HomeShopping are doing a great job. If you're on the edge about the Nexus 6, or any product for that matter - you're in good hands, InshaAllah :)
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