Nexus 6: Bigger, Better, New Google Phone

Google Nexus became the talk of the town when it was first launched and it has successfully managed to keep up with its brand name with great fan following and popularity.

After endless sessions of rampant speculation, leaks, and rumors that surrounded the launch of Nexus 6, the phone recently officially raised the curtain about its glory. When it is Google, it has to be bigger, better, and the most powerful.  The flagship model of Google was announced in a very simple press release. Along with Nexus 6, the other product that was unveiled in the online press release was Nexus 9 Tablet. The wait for these products in the market already created so much hype and curiosity amongst people that Google chose not to follow its traditional launch style of organizing a big press event and announced its new releases in a simple way.

The pre-orders for Nexus 6 started during late October and the response was astonishing. Nexus 6 variants will support 4G LTE in America as well as other countries. Shifting from its pioneer partner LG, the new Nexus 6 as we all know is designed by Motorola. The phone flaunts a flowing aluminum trim, and curved backing with the rear highlighted by dimpled Motorola branding. The design of this device is borrowed heavily from second gen Moto X. Overall it looks more like a bigger version of Moto X.

The dimension of this model is 6.27 inches in height, 3.37 inches in width, and 0.4 inches in thickness. With these dimensional specifics, it is the biggest Nexus smartphone till date. The handheld communicator cum entertainer features 5.96 inch display having an ultra-sharp screen resolution of 1440p and 493 pixels per inch density. Nexus 6 joins the league of Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and LG G3 boasting of “Quad HD” screen.  So, you are going to have an amazing experience watching movies, videos, playing games, surfing internet, and reading e-books or creating docs.

Carrying the latest Android 5.0 Lollipop operating system, you get to enjoy the latest android OS. Nexus 6 carries a bright and vibrant display, and the new size may not be very comfortable for small palms. However, at the same time surprisingly it is very light weight and the build is solid and elegant. Additionally, the curved back gives a good hold and comfortable handling.

The 3,220 mAh battery promises 24 hours of talk time and as much as 300 hours of standby capacity. Similar to its predecessors, Nexus 6 retains its wireless charging capability and facilitates 6 hours of power with just about 15 minutes of battery charging using specialized Turbo charger featuring Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0 technology.

To capture your living moments, the 13 megapixel camera coupled with dual LED flash surrounding the camera lens clicks perfect high quality images and videos. If you are into taking selfies then the front camera of 2 megapixels delivers decent results. Other functions include front facing dual speakers like Moto X and 3 GB RAM.

Nexus has made a shift to cater to the high-end phone market with the launch of Nexus 6, delivering a perfect combination of greatest and latest software and hardware technology.