Google’s Nexus 6 Review And Update Release
Two Nexus handsets were built by LG and Huawei and released in 2015.
To replace the Nexus brand, on October 4th, Google will launch its new Pixel brand phones but the rumor says the Nexus new update, Android Nougat, will be launched on the exact same day!
Well, as you might know, the update was delayed due to the battery issues.
First of all, if you’re not familiar with Nexus 6’s looks, you should know it’s a pretty big device, even bigger than the iPhone 6 Plus and Samsung Galaxy Note 4. Nexus’ dimensions are 159.3x83x10.1 mm, weighing just 4 lbs. It has a black simple panel, soft to the touch and easy to handle, since it isn’t slippery like most devices.
The 6in QHD display (2,560 x 1,440) it’s the most important part of the phone. With a 493ppi pixel density, the Nexus’ display is colorful and bright. Although Nexus 5 is clearly brighter than its successor, it’s not a problem reading outdoors, thanks to auto brightness.
This area makes Nexus 6 better than the other two, Nexus 4 and Nexus 5, with a 13MP rear camera with OIS and LED flash. The Auto focus is obviously slower than the one on the iPhone 6Plus and Galaxy Note4 but the other amazing features of this device are making up for this particular “issue”. Outside, the Nexus 6 can take quite fantastic shots.
We spoke very highly of the new Google’s product but the only thing that needs to be improved is the battery. This phone has one of the biggest battery life ever created and you definitely expect this to last for a very long time but it’s a shame it’s not true at all.
Also, buying this device will provide you 3GB RAM, 2.7 GHz quad-core and the latest Android Lollipop version, along with Project Volta, ART, a Messages app, Material Design and so on.