|Battery||3220 mAh LiPolymer|
Talk: 24 hours max.
Standby: 250 hours max.
|Bluetooth||Supported Profiles: HSP 1.2, HFP 1.6, OPP, PBA, A2DP 1.2, AVRC 1.3, HID, PAN, MAP |
|Camera||Resolution: 13+ megapixel |
OIS, dual LED flash / HDR, panorama
|Data||Technology: LTE (Cat 4)|
|Dimensions||6.27 x 3.27 x 0.4 in 159 x 83 x 10.1 mm|
|Display||6 in diagonal, 16:9|
Quad HD 1440 x 2560 pixels
493 ppi approx.
|FCC IDs||IHDT56QD1 approved Oct 24, 2014|
IHDT56QD2 approved Oct 24, 2014
|Fast Charging||Standard: Quick Charge 2.0|
|Front/Selfie Camera||Resolution: 2-megapixel|
|HD Voice||Some versions only |
|Headphone Jack (3.5mm)||Yes|
|Hearing Aid Compatible||Rating: M4, T4 (very tele-coil compatible)|
|Modes||LTE 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 7 / 12 / 13 / 17 / 25 / 26 / 29 / 41|
WCDMA 1 / 2 / 4 / 5 / 8
CDMA 800 / 850 / 1900
GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 LTE 4G
band 2 / 1900 MHz PCS (Americas)
band 3 / 1800 MHz DCS (Europe, Asia, Africa)
band 4 / 1700 MHz AWS (Americas)
band 5 / 850 MHz Cellular (Americas, Oceania, Brazil, Israel)
band 7 / 2600 MHz IMT-E (Canada, South America, Europe, Asia)
band 12 / 700 MHz Lower 700 (USA (AT&T, T-Mobile, regional))
band 13 / 750 MHz Upper 700 (USA (Verizon))
band 17 / 700 MHz Lower 700 (USA (AT&T))
band 25 / 1900 MHz PCS+G (USA (Sprint))
band 26 / 850 MHz Extended Cellular (USA (Sprint))
band 29 / 700 MHz Lower 700 (USA (AT&T))
band 41 / 2500 MHz BRS / EBS (USA (Sprint))
WCDMA 3G / 4G
band 1 (I) / 2100 MHz IMT (Europe, Asia, Africa, Oceania, Brazil, India, Israel)
band 2 (II) / 1900 MHz PCS (Americas)
band 4 (IV) / 1700 MHz AWS (Americas)
band 5 (V) / 850 MHz Cellular (Americas, Oceania, Brazil, Israel)
band 8 (VIII) / 900 MHz (Europe, Asia, Africa)
CDMA 2G / 3G
800 MHz / band 27 / BC10 ESMR (Americas (Sprint))
850 MHz / band 5 / BC0 Cellular (Americas, Oceania, Brazil, Israel)
1900 MHz / band 2 / BC1 PCS (Americas)
850 MHz / band 5 Cellular (Americas, Oceania, Brazil, Israel)
900 MHz / band 8 (Europe, Asia, Africa)
1800 MHz / band 3 DCS (Europe, Asia, Africa)
1900 MHz / band 2 PCS (Americas)
|OS / Platform||Android version 5.0|
|Processor||2.7 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 805|
3 GB RAM
|SIM card size||Nano 4FF|
|Storage/Internal Memory||32 GB raw hardware|
26 GB available to user
also available with 64 GB
|Touch Screen||Type: Capacitive|
|Video Capture||Resolution: 4K UHD|
|Weight||6.49 oz 184 g|
|Wi-Fi||Version(s): 802.11 a,ac,b,g,n|
|Wireless Charging||Qi standard|
The Motorola Nexus 6 has been rated 4.5 out of 5 stars by users.
I have had my Nexus 6 for a week or so - purchased used.
I am a heavy user, multiple apps syncing, massive e-mail use, multiple calendars, thousands of business texts per month, a WiFi calling (T-Mobile) user, I use Mobile hotspot / mobile office PC/Tablet set-up AND GPS while on the road - currently in New Orleans after 900 mile road-trip from Dallas - this thing is a beast.
I need the data reception to be exceptional in rural areas where T-Mo doesn't excel - the rural bands work really well. I have comparisons from Samsung, SONY and HTC on highways I travel on and this Nexus is amongst the best. AND, ZERO overheating - unlike my last Xperia Z3.
Good call quality! Good on-board speakers (not quite HTC standard).
Solid bluetooth connectivity.
The camera appears to be pretty good - it writes to the internal mem quickly. I am yet to test low-light situs. I use pics taken in graphic work I do for my company and others - it's important.
Exceptionally easy set-up to get T-Mobile APN in place for full SMS/MMS LTE working.
The Moto fast charger is wild!!!!
Battery life under duress is surprising - and . . . I need that.
Cons: 1. I had to load Textra so my group texts worked - but no worries. 2. The screen "white" is not quite white like my previous Xperia Z3. But . . . I'll get over that! 3. I should have owned this a year ago!
I have been using Samsung Galaxy phones but wanted a Google phone. I bought the Nexus 6 not just because it was a Google phone. On the Pro's the phone is well built and feels solid. The display is very good but pictures are not the best I have seen. The 64 bit processor is fast even though apps are still running at 32 bit. Lollypop is a great Android version and is smooth and easy to use. The stereo speakers work well for what they are and call quality is very good. For the cons, I am used to using speed dial so some of you may not care about this. This phone does not have a speed dial option. There is a screen for speed dial, but it assigns recent calls to that tab as well. I downloaded a keyboard from Google Play to resolve the issue. Notifications is my biggest complaint with this phone. You can change the notification sound, but it applies to SMS/MMS messages as well as e-mail and other notifications. You are unable to tell if you received a text or e-mail by the sound which is really annoying to me. Lastly the overall ability to customize this phone is not very good. There is a page that you can not get rid of to one side of the home screen. Over all it is not a bad phone. The battery life is good and the built in wireless charger is nice. This phone does not support Wi-Fi calling at this time, but I have been told by Google support it should when an update comes out. 4G LTE signal was fast on T-Mobile as well. The items that bugged me may not bug you, but I just expected more from a Google phone.
I have had this device for a year now and it will remain with me for a year more. I have rooted mine and have been running CyanogenMod for awhile now. It has great and easy ways to customize themes, colors, fonts, etc. I am constantly finding new ways to make it mine.
Signal is great. LTE is prevalent and plentiful in the ATL and am never without a signal. Hardware is fast. Software is great. Have had no problems.