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Buying a smart phone these days is no longer as easy as it used to be considering that smart phones are becoming more and more smart with each device that is rolled out from the production line.
The Nexus 6 is a pointer to this emerging trend, a successor to the Nexus 5, this relatively large phone (actually a phablet) with six inch Quad HD display has shown that a phone can be fairly large and still remain cool.
The Nexus 6, also known as Shamu, is jointly developed by Motorola Mobility and Google, and is actually the first phone (along with HTC Nexus 9) to come with Android 5.0 Lollipop operating system.
Some of its features include
|Display size||6 inch|
|Battery life||3220 mAh|
|Operating system||upgradable Android 5.0 Lollipop|
|CPU||Qualcomm 2.7 Ghz quard-core|
|Storage||32 GB/64 GB|
|Back||13 Mega Pixel|
|Front||2 Mega Pixel|
|Width||82.98mm (3.267 in)|
The phone equally has optimized turbo charging capability whereby just fiftheen minutes of charging can give a massive six hours of battery life or phone operation. The Nexus 6 is the ideal smartphone for streaming videos and playing games as well as others considering its large screen and the high definition picture quality that gives larger than life impression to images on display.
On the flip side of it, its really not every one that fancies large sized phones, also people that like multi tasking, like texting with one while doing something else with the other may find it difficult handling the Nexus 6 because the phone will require you to use both hands while operating it. You may also find it pretty hard trying to shove it into your trouser pocket.
The Nexus 6 may be expensive but then most good things in life don’t come cheap. The phone is actually worth every dime you spend for it. Check the best offers of Nexus 6.