Google Nexus 6 by Motorola 32GB
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Google Nexus 6 By Motorola 32GB Review
Google Nexus 6 by Motorola 32GB has the potential to become the current flagship of Motorola and of Google, as well, when it comes to smartphones. This is because the two companies managed to pack inside this phone a lot of great features, some of them being added in premiere to the device.
4K video and a quad-core processor should give you an insight into this matter. However, first things first: the design of the phone is extremely clean, following the elegant line imposed by previous Nexus devices. The back, though, might seem a bit bulky, especially because the large Motorola logo and the camera with a similar size.
It seems that 2 GB of RAM memory are not enough anymore and 1 GB storage options are actually obsolete at the moment if you want a decent phone. This is why Google Nexus 6 by Motorola 32GB comes with 3 GB of RAM memory, which should be more than enough to run not just any current Play Store app, but any app that will appear anytime soon onto the market. Together with the memory, users benefit from a powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 SOC CPU, which comes with a speed of 2.7 GHz on its four cores.
The QHD AMOLED display is highly resistant, even if the 5.96 inch diagonal seems quite huge for the phone – the Corning Gorilla Glass 3 does its job when it comes to protecting the device. The maximum viewing resolution is 2560 x 1440 and the phone has a 493 PPI pixel density. The camera that we’ve been referred to as bulky surely has that size because its sensor has 13 MP. This allows you to create 4k videos while shooting them at 30 fps for a smooth experience. There is also a secondary camera when you need to check yourself out or take a quick selfie and you can benefit from 2 MP in this case.
Google Nexus 6 by Motorola 32GB comes packed with a wide range of sensors that might prove useful, depending on your field of work. You have the classic GPS, Gyroscope and Accelerometers, as well as the Magnetometer and Ambient light sensor featured within the bezel to control automatic brightness. However, these devices also come up with the barometer sensor, which proves useful because the phone itself is portable and measurements can be taken.
Android Lollipop has been specially designed for this device, as well as for its larger counterpart, the Nexus 9 tablet. Both of them run the enhanced, 5.0 Android version, which comes with many more sweet things than past iterations. The dimensions are fairly acceptable, although the phone is quite thick in its most extreme point, reaching 10.06mm. For some, this is not important and it’s actually a sign that the device has a powerful battery in this case, which has a 3220 mAh threshold. If you were to continuously use the phone for fun, your battery might last up to 24 hours.