Jul 18, 2015 09:01 AM EDT
If you want great specs, Google’s best, and to be at the forefront of all the updates, get a Google Nexus.
The Google Nexus 6 is a beautiful behemoth. With a length of 6.27in, a width of 3.27in and a thickness of just 0.40 in, this Motorola masterpiece packs a Quad-Core 2.7 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor. It’s boosted with an Adreno 420 GPU and 3 GB RAM, and comes in 32GB or 64GB variants. It’s also capable of connecting to GSM, HSPA, LTE, and CDMA networks, so you won’t want for connectivity. It also has Bluetooth v.4.1, as well as NFC. Indeed, Motorola created a masterpiece for its mother company Google.
This unit, also known as the Motorola Nexus X, is available on all US networks. It is powered by a 3220 mAh Li-Po battery, and the only caveats for these units are the non-removable battery and the lack of an external microSD card slot. But with a choice of either 32GB or 64GB in internal storage space, even a power user won’t want for much more.
If taking pictures on your phone is a must-have, the Google Nexus 6 also has a capable 13MP main camera, with a clear-enough front camera for crisp selfies, at 2MP. And if you have to have clarity as you view your pictures, its AMOLED panel can render up to 16Million colors, with a pixel density of ~493 ppi and a resolution of 1440 x 2560 pixels. Behind a Corning Gorilla Glass 3 sheet, the top-notch screen is sure to be practically unbreakable, on top of how it will deliver unparalleled clarity.
It has a standby time of 330 hours, and a talk time of 24 hours. While it weighs a hefty 184 grams, surely, a proud Motorola Nexus X/Google Nexus 6 won’t mind. One of the Google Nexus 6’s nifty features is that a 15-minute charge will already yield 6 hours of use.
Indeed, a Google Nexus 6 user will buy this beauty because of three things: Because it’s a power-packed Google flagship device, because it’s stunning, and because Google will roll out updates for their flagship devices first and foremost.
A Google Nexus 6 comes in either Cloud White or Midnight Blue, a truly big and beautiful machine.
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