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Motorola Nexus 6 review: A “big” hassle

Motorola Nexus 6 review: A “big” hassle

Motorola Nexus 6 review: A “big” hassle
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Excellent screen; Powerful hardware; Perfect for enjoying movies.

Awkwardly big; Done-to-death design; Software doesn’t take advantage of the screen size; Average battery; Expensive.

Nexus 6 (32 GB)
Price: Rs 44,000

Nexus phones are considered as holy grail of Android. Unlike other Android handsets from Samsung and HTC, Nexus devices come with vanilla Android ROM. Additionally, Nexus phone are generally known to offer relatively better price to performance proposition.

Feels Like A Thigh-Guard

For years, Motorola has been known for its design innovations. No mobile enthusiast can forget the charm of the iconic Moto StarTAC and RAZR V3. Recently though, the company has showing a lethargic approach towards aesthetics. It’s ok for budget smartphone to sport an uninspiring design, but if a handset costs Rs 44,000, it better be stylish. And unfortunately, the Nexus 6 is anything but good looking. Following Samsung’s footsteps, Motorola has been recycling its designs. Doing that once or maybe twice is fine, but there’s definitely a problem if your Rs 7000 and Rs 44,000 phones fe…………… continues on ABP News

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By Muaz Mazlan | Jan 20, 2015

Google’s ownership of Motorola’s Mobility division might have been short but something good came out of it.

Even if the Motorola Nexus 6 was released after Lenovo purchased Motorola from Google the development of the product was done completely while the search engine giant was in charge. The Motorola Nexus 6 is actually Google’s first attempt to release a large phone or phablet with its large screen and decent hardware.

The Hardware Beneath The Pretty Shell

Motorola was not shy in using powerful hardware for its handheld. We are talking about the Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 chipset and the Krait 450 2.7 GHz quad-core CPU. That is a lot of processing power and even if other phones brag about their octa-core CPU the Krait 450 is more than relevant for the current generation of smartphones. It comes with 3GB of RAM and 32 or 64 GB internal storage.

This hardware setup makes for a decent smartphone with an AnTuTu score of…………… continues on The Fuse Joplin

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