Google has finally announced the Nexus 6 smartphone along with the new Android operating system Lollipop (Android 5.0). The Nexus 6 is a 5.9-inch stunning phablet that brings amazing features like Turbo Charging (quick charging) and powers a Snapdragon 805, 2.7 quad-core processors with 3GB of RAM.



Nexus 6 is not only the big screen flagship smartphone; there are many other flagship smartphones with big screens on the market. For example, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (5.7-inch), LG G3 (5.5-inch), OnePlus One (5.5-inch), Huawei Ascend Mate 7 (6-inch), Oppo Find 7 (5.5-inch), Meizu MX4 (5.4-inch) and iPhone 6 Plus (5.5-inch) are big screen devices.

Below is a comparison chart of big screen flagship smartphones with their specification and features:

nexus 6 comparison chart

The above comparison chart shows that the Nexus 6 is going to be a great phone for sure.

Specifications and new features of Nexus 6

Nexus 6 will be the first device to ship with the new Android 5.0 Lollipop (Android L). It looks like a bigger version of the 2nd Gen Moto X with 5.9-inch (1440 x 2560 pixels) AMOLED 2K display for better color reproduction. Like in Moto X, it has the dual speakers, ring flash, and aluminium trim.


The Nexus 6 powers a Snapdragon 805 quad-core 2.7GHz processor with Adreno 420 GPU. It has 3GB of RAM for better multi-tasking. And about the storage capacity, it is comes with 32GB of storage and no SD card slot.

A 3,200-mAh battery powers the gigantic Nexus 6. Besides that, the built-in Motorola’s Turbo Charger technology gives you 6 hours of battery life with only 15 minutes of charging.

Another area of improvement in Nexus 6 is in camera. The Nexus 6 comes equipped with a 13 MP camera, f2.0 lens and OIS Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) for better shots, especially on low light.

And about the availability, the unlocked version of Nexus 6 will be available in the Play Store late in October for pre-orders and the devices will be expected to ship in early November.

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