The Nexus 6 Unboxed – Take A Look At Google’s 5.9 Inch Android L Stunner
Google launched the Nexus 6 this year and the device came with impressive specifications. Running on Android L, the device was manufactured by Google and Motorola (now a Lenovo company) and bears a strong resemblance to the latter's Moto X. The Nexus 6 has a huge 5.9 inch QHD AMOLED screen with a resolution of 2560 x 1440. As with any flagship out there, the device has a super sleek design despite the huge screen size and you can check it out for yourself in this unboxing video.
The Nexus 6 Unboxed - Take A First Time Look At The Device Above.
Google's Nexus 6 comes with the 2.7 Ghz Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 on board. While the Snapdragon 805 is Qualcomm's jewel in the crown, the SoC is nevertheless 32-bit and is therefore unable to fully utilize the capabilities offered by Android 5.0. The Adreno 420 GPU on board the Snapdragon 805 offers up to 40% increased GPU performance over its predecessor, the Adreno 330.
Rear camera for the Nexus 6 has a resolution of 13 MP and is complete with dual-LED flash and optical image stabilization. The camera is also capable of shooting UHD video, which is a nice touch for a device that started with an unusually high price tag for Nexus device.
In fact, the price of the Nexus 6 also led some to speculate that the phone will be the downfall of the Nexus lineup. The 32 GB variant of the Nexus 6 has a price tag of $629 and the 64 GB variant will end up leaving you $649 lighter off contract. However there is word these days that the device will come for $199 on contract. If true, this could end up being a major relief for all Nexus fans out there who want to enjoy stock Android 5.0 on their devices. We'll keep you updated. Impressed by the Nexus 6? Let us know what you think in the comments section.