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Review of the Nexus 6

The Nexus 6 is the newest edition to Nexus family of high end, value driven smartphones. This time the Nexus has been produced by Motorola, opposed to its predecessor (Nexus 5), which was produced by LG.

First, we wanted to list a few pros are cons for the Nexus 6


The Nexus 6 screen is absolutely huge

Long lasting battery life


Loud, quality, front-facing speakers


The screen is absolutely huge!

No external memory slot

At first sight the most noticeable thing about the Nexus 6 is it size. This phone is huge! Now this may be a draw back for some, as this is a difficult phone to hold in one hand. Either way the screen is absolutely stunning


Apart from the massive screen, the new Nexus 6 has some pretty noticeable design changes. For starters the phone resembles more of an oversized Moto X. The Nexus 6 has 2 loud front facing speakers and also features a slightly curved back.


The Nexus 6 camera performance is quite impressive, although it does take a little longer to start up. We were never disappointed with any of our photos, but we will found the iPhone 6 to produce a much better photograph.


We touched earlier on the display, but since this is the main feature of the Nexus 6, it’s worth mentioning again. The Nexus 6 display is incredible. It size, it clarity, there isn’t much not to love about the display on this device. The Nexus 6 has an impressive resolution of 1440 x 2560. The only thing you may find is that this phone is just way to big to operate with 1 hand.


The most important take away from this review should be that the Nexus 6 not simply the next line in the Nexus phone family. This is an entirely different beast. The Nexus 6 is not for everyone, but it does serve its place in the market. If you are looking for quick android phone and large screen size and display important to you, this may be the phone for you. If you are looking for something a little more portable, can fit in your pocket and can use with 1 hand, I would steer clear of the Nexus 6.

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