Google's new generation Nexus smartphone is all set to make a mark on the planet. Like each year, a new Nexus handset take the attention of users like no other, and hence we see so many units being sold out so easy. And we expect the same from the new Nexus 6.
The Nexus 6 is quite the upgrade over its predecessors, especially the previously released Nexus 5. And like always, it will be arriving to two different internal memory variants, 32GB and 64GB. And the prices for the handset have been set accordingly.
But if you are indeed looking to buy the new Nexus 6 and yet wondering about the upgrade that's involved, here are 10 reasons why you should buy the Nexus 6.
The Nexus 6 comes as the biggest of all Nexuses with an impressive 5.96-inch QuadHD display, which means a 2K screen and likewise experience. For the sake of comparison, the iPhone 6 Plus has a 5.5-inch screen that brings just 1080p quality. But with the tech advancing in the screen and display sector, it's only evident that users will go for something that scores big.
While the last Nexus was an LG product, the new one arrives from behind the closed doors of Motorola. And if you are aware of the kind of designing we saw for the popular Motorola Moto G, know that the new Nexus has also been made with such design factors in mind. The company's trademark rounded design makes this big device more ergonomic and it fits more comfortably in one hand.
Since this is the biggest Nexus ever, it only makes sense that the company will design it in a way that will compliment its ergonomic side. Motorola knows that the Nexus 6 is big, and has accordingly fitted the volume buttons lower down the phone so they're easier to reach.
That this is a new Nexus handset isn't the only thing that's making news for Google and Motorola, but it also is deeply seated in the fact that it's one of the first handsets in the planet to run on the latest Android Lollipop operating system. Meaning that also places you in line to receive the Google updates before anyone else.
While Android Lollipop is a great initiative for all the Nexus users, expect to enjoy its brilliant Material Design on the big screen. Google has adopted an entirely refreshed look for the new Android L, and dubbed it as "Material." And this time it arrives with more realism and exciting animation, apart from real-time shadows for more depth.
The Nexus 6 comes fitted with the latest 2.7GHz Snapdragon 805 Qualcomm processor. To put it in a nutshell, it's on par with handsets like the LG G3 Cat 6 and the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. The specs of the handset is further accompanied by 3GB of RAM, which makes it one of the most powerful devices around.
If you aren't sure about Google Project Volta, it's a way to provide developers with improved ways of determining what elements inside the apps are draining battery unnecessarily. And since Volta has the ability to strip down the battery usage for each app, developers can expect to play around with their codes to make apps more efficient.
The Nexus 6 became only the second flagship device out of all of the major Android smartphones to offer front-facing speakers. And similar to everything about the new Nexus, the speakers live up[ to the expectations with their crisp and loud audio output. This makes it a big thing for all the media freaks out there.
Google has a lot going for the way it offers its notification panel on it phones, and this time Google has added even more to it. The main point here being the notifications will be integrated into the lock screen. That's something similar to lock screen widgets. But that you will notice if you have ever rooted your handset.
While Apple has only started offering widgets to the notification center, it's still a long way from doing the same for the homescreen. While Android users have anyway enjoyed the feature for a long time now, the entire experience with the Nexus 6 gets even better.