7 Fast Facts About Nexus 6

29 Jun 2015

If you’ve been reading any techy media lately you know that Samsung Galaxy S and iPhone 6s remain ever prevalent with smartphones. However, if you’re looking for something in the market a tad more modest, don’t overlook the Nexus 6. Produced by the dependable company Motorola, the Nexus 6 smartphone arguably gives you the most bang for your buck. To help you sort out its advantages, read the full review or check out these fast facts:

1. The Nexus 6 is basically a giant Moto X. It has the same rounded design, along with the same rear 'M' dimple, which sits above the nexus logo.

Motorola Nexus at Cellcom


2. It also has a 6in/2k screen! This qualifies the phone as a phablet, making the 5.5 G3 and the 5.7 Galaxy Note 4 look dwarf-like. 

Motorola Nexus 6 at Bell

3. There’s a 13MP Camera! Like the Moto X, the Nexus 6 has a 13MP camera, with the same sexy LED circle flash surrounding the lens. It's got optical image stabilisation too, matching the Note 4, G3 and iPhone 6 Plus.

That means that we should theoretically see low-light performance improve, as the lens can stay open for longer, guzzling more light without increasing blur.

Motorola Nexus 6_ Cellcom Communications

4. The Nexus 6 is powerful. The phablet packs with it the mighty new Snapdragon 805 quad-core 2.7GHz processor along with 3GB of RAM (the same as with the Galaxy Note 4).

Buy Nexus 6 in Montreal area

5. It is running the latest version of Android! Yes, the Nexus 6 comes with Android 5.0 Lollipop.

Android Lollipop

6. A 3220MAH battery is part of the deal as well. This comes in handy for that heavily packed pixel display.

Nexus 6 smartphone from Motorola

7. When we said you’d get the most bang for your buck we meant it. The Nexus 6 is on the market and available at any Cellcom store near you for only $279.95 with a 2-year term.

Nexus 6 smartphone at Bell