The Motorola Nexus 6 came in at a weird time. Google has just sold Motorola unit to Lenovo months ago, and the smartphone world in the transition to a 64-bit processor. Also, the flagship, and the prices are on the rise, something that Google is trying to fight with the new google Nexus 4 and 5, but this phone was different.
With the Nexus 6, Google has attempted to make a premium device, and in many ways it has succeeded. However, the $650 is the price for the 32 gb model doesn’t sit right with many of the Android fans, and a larger 5.96-inch display has had its opponents as well. It was huge, even by phablet standards by the year 2014.
Motorola Google Nexus 6
The display had the QHD resolution, 1,440 x 2,560 px), and it was a TOUCH-screen and a return to the form of the Nexus series, which made its debut with the SAMSUNG. The screen is bright and colourful, and have a high number of pixels in the PenTile arrangement.
Around the screen there were two front-facing speakers, something that in later years would become the standard for Pixel-based phones. The same is true for the resistance of the water.
The Nexus 6 and the Moto X (2nd Gen)
The Moto X (2nd gen) was used as the basis for the Nexus-6 design, but it can’t compete with it directly, its a 5.2 AMOLED screen-the screen is smaller, and the Snapdragon 801 chipset that is less than what the Google phone was available.
It also came with a Snapdragon 805, the latest from Qualcomm’s flagship 32-bit chips. It was a bit awkward, as the Android 5.0 Lollipop OS, which was introduced on the Nexus 6 was the first one to support 64-bit processors.
Of course, I see Apple’s 64-bit CPU in the iPhone 5s as of 2013), and as a matter of urgency the Snapdragon 808 and 810 64-bit support, but we are glad to know that the Nexus 6 is missed out on them.
Whatever the case, the chipset is still pretty fast, and it was a nice feature, and the Hexagon DSP. It has allowed Google to create the first built – in HDR + mode, which took several short-exposure, and picked the best of the best and combined them into a single high-quality image.
The Nexus 6’s hardware and gave Google’s algorithm is a great platform to be working with a 13MP sensor with a relatively large 1.4 µm pixels. It is featured with optical image stabilization on the lens was a f/2.0 aperture, and is surrounded by a rare ring flash (with only two of the Led’s, but still).
Historically, however, the Nexus phones have the best cameras, but the 6 is changed and this was one of the best cameras of 2014. With the power of the S805 chipset, but it was also the first in the series to support up to 4K video and capture video with excellent output quality.
The Google phones have the best battery life of the battery, and, once again, the Nexus 6 is to be justified at a higher price and with a superior performance. The 3,220 mAh battery will be assured of a 70h-Endurance rating in our tests close to double that of the Nexus 5 to the score, but it is not nearly as good as the 90h inserted by the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, which had the same capacity of the battery.
The bundled Motorola Turbo, which is based on Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 2.0), so it was definitely a plus. The official promise was that a 15 minutes charge is equal to 8 hours of mixed use. We put it to the test, and the connection of the phone is at 9%, and 15 minutes later it was at 30%, which is enough to get the advertised 8 hours.
The phone also supports Qi wireless charging, for the first time on the Nexus 4, but is let down by 5X, and 6P were present.
Lollipop’s new Material design
Lollipop has changed to Android. Say goodbye to Dalvik and is pre-assembled and in its applications to the ARTS (this is part of the reason why the Nexus 6 is so high). The proposed Project will Do to reduce the power drain of the background tasks. And to the left of the TOUCH-friendly Holo UI, the advantage is the clear design of the Equipment.
The Nexus 6 is changed to Google. It was arguably the best Nexus phone to ever be released, but it is also the most expensive one it launched at $650, the Nexus 6P which is followed on the $500 (even though Google said the P stands for the Premium).
But with Motorola being sold, and Android sales are low, Google has decided to kill the line and start over again, with the Pixel based phones such as the Nexus 6, they were expensive, and promised to make up for it with a great camera.