Google Nexus 6 Review
Google’s New Smart Phone the Google Nexus 6
The Nexus 6 is Google’s new flagship smartphone made by Motorola and with Android 5.0 Lollipop. Here’s everything you need to know about the new Nexus 6.
Is bigger really better?
That’s the question that immediately comes to mind when you pick up Google’s new Nexus 6 — the company’s latest “pure Google” flagship and the first phone to ship with the shiny new Android 5.0 Lollipop software.
The Nexus 6 is a bit different than past Nexus phones in that, well, it’s huge. Compared to the Nexus 5 or any other Nexus before it, this thing is a beast.
So is bigger really better? I’m honestly not sure. But it certainly has its benefits. And for some people — those with extraordinarily spacious pockets, I presume — it might be just what the doctor ordered.
Video about Google Nexus 6
I’ll be living with the Motorola-made Nexus 6 for a while (just as soon as I finish up with its smaller but no less powerful cousin, the also-Moto-made Droid Turbo). The phone doesn’t have a firm launch date yet — Google says it’ll become available sometime in November ($649 to $699 unlocked or for a lower up-front price if bought on contract from a carrier) — so we’ve got plenty of time to get to know it inside and out.
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