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    Check out how the new Nexus 6 stacks up against Nexus 5 - Specs Comparison

    If you've been waiting for the new Nexus 6 and wondering whether it's worth the upgrade or buy over it's predecessor, take a look at this comparison: http://thedroidreview.com/nexus-6-vs...-phone-win-933
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    Re: Check out how the new Nexus 6 stacks up against Nexus 5 - Specs Comparison

    Looks like I am probably never buying one then - a 6" screen makes it physically too big for me. I want a blasted phone not a mini tablet!


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    Lol CAT, but have you tried using a large screen phone for some time? I felt the same when I moved to the Galaxy Note in the start (5.3 inches), but after about 2 months, I couldn't imagine using phones with smaller screens.

    I know 6 inches can be a lot, but then we will have to see what kind of bezels they've got around the display, that can really make a difference, as is the case with Sharp's Aquos Crystal phone.
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    Lol CAT, but have you tried using a large screen phone for some time? I felt the same when I moved to the Galaxy Note in the start (5.3 inches), but after about 2 months, I couldn't imagine using phones with smaller screens.

    I know 6 inches can be a lot, but then we will have to see what kind of bezels they've got around the display, that can really make a difference, as is the case with Sharp's Aquos Crystal phone.
    My current one is nearly 5" and anything much bigger than that will be an impediment for me. For people who have hands the size of Cougars paws,maybe its fine but the screen SIZE oneupmanship is getting at stupid as the MP wars for compacts.

    I tend to use one hand for my phone,not two also,especially for Ingress(which I play a lot) and if I have to literally using two hands for stuff then its a pain in the arse and less efficient for me. Its also means the phone will literally take up most of my pocket(which I don't want) and I am not going to use a manbag either. Bigger size just gets in my way.

    Plus with my existing phone I still post quite detailed answers on Hexus(I don't do short ones that often if you noticed),and still browse websites fine.

    If I wanted a larger screen for web browsing I would have just got a tablet with 3G built in,not these mega-phones.

    It seems Dom Joly was actually predicting the future it seems.



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    Re: Check out how the new Nexus 6 stacks up against Nexus 5 - Specs Comparison

    Lol, yeah I agree with you, and yes, the whole 'mine is bigger' game played by manufacturers isn't practical. But they're also following industry trends, bigger screens are clearly selling (even Apple forced to change).

    Yes, using such big screens with one hand is inconvenient but I still feel manufacturers will now work towards reducing bezel sizes to accommodate larger displays without affecting the build size too much. I am also excited about multi-window function being built into Android by default, should make bigger screens actually more productive.
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    Re: Check out how the new Nexus 6 stacks up against Nexus 5 - Specs Comparison

    Its not so much the use as it is the carrying for me. I wouldn't say no to a bigger screen, and through the week in a jacket pocket big & slim would be better, but in jeans? Absolute PITA. My nexus 5 is already verging into that territory.

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    I agree, in winters I had no issues carrying my Note in my jacket pocket etc, but in summers, carrying it in my jeans was a little uncomfortable in the start, but then I got used to it (was better than holding it in my hands all the time). Just had to be careful when sitting though, lol. Usually I just took it out of my pocket and down on the desk or something.

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    Re: Check out how the new Nexus 6 stacks up against Nexus 5 - Specs Comparison

    Are those specs official? They just seem to be one-upping the n5 for the sake of article views, I don't think Google and whoever they partner with are trying to be in the game of using bleeding edge flagship components, and a 6 inch screen is knocking on the door of their 7" tablet.

    Looking at previous nexus phones, they seem to be quite similar to the established tech of the hardware partner's range (Samsung with the galaxy nexus, LG with the 4 & 5), Motorola this time round suggests to me it's going to be cheaper with focus on battery and maybe the camera.

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    Re: Check out how the new Nexus 6 stacks up against Nexus 5 - Specs Comparison

    Quote Originally Posted by Hunain View Post
    ..I know 6 inches can be a lot ...
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    I agree with cat though, things are getting silly regarding screen size, anything upto 5" is kinda acceptable after that just get a damn tablet! I'm using an Xperia SP (spit) and that's my pocket limit being reached right there,

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    Re: Check out how the new Nexus 6 stacks up against Nexus 5 - Specs Comparison

    The specs are rumoured, we will know for sure in a few days, but there are a couple of leaked photos on the web which corroborate a bigger device than the Nexus 5.

    If these specs are indeed accurate, I wouldn't expect the Nexus 6 to be as cheap as previous Nexus devices.
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    I know, I agree too, but I am personally excited to see the direction manufacturers take to justify and accommodate larger screens - I am talking fold-able displays and bezel-less screens.

    Whether they will be durable though is a whole other discussion lol
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    The specs are rumoured, we will know for sure in a few days, but there are a couple of leaked photos on the web which corroborate a bigger device than the Nexus 5.

    If these specs are indeed accurate, I wouldn't expect the Nexus 6 to be as cheap as previous Nexus devices.
    Well I was way off the mark there, huge specs (and screen) and a fairly massive price - doesn't seem to be what "Nexus" was originally about though. It's just exchanging punches with the flagships, which is a dangerous game to play in my opinion.

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    Well I was way off the mark there, huge specs (and screen) and a fairly massive price - doesn't seem to be what "Nexus" was originally about though. It's just exchanging punches with the flagships, which is a dangerous game to play in my opinion.
    I think what needs to be consider is the basis of this phone. The Nexus 4 was a LG Optimus G and the Nexus 5 a LG G2 and therefore there was huge cost savings to be had from Google as they just slightly modified the phones and brought them to market. Where as the Nexus 6 is a from scratch new phone. These phones were also meant to be pioneers of a new Android version and to achieve deep market penetration (tee-hee) the price was brutal cut to be accessible to the largest possible audience. Whilst that remains the case (being a "this is how to do Android" device) I think it's different for this reason: Android is now a fairly mature platform. It has a wide spread of audiences and is a fairly predictable product. Moto got it right at the low end, Sony and HTC have given some interesting mid range products and everyone has had a good crack at a flagship device. Google doesn't need to force a cheap price to bring down the price of cheap handsets and simultaneously increase the quality of mid range handsets as it's already done a fairly great job at it so far. And that's without mentioning an Chinese phone companies or some smaller companies like Blu, or even OnePlus.

    I also think there has been a mentality shift at google since the introduction of Google Play Edition phones. People want a stock experience. So much so that a LARGE number of people break the warranty on there multiple hundred pound device to get it. Google are just realising the value of a out of the box stock Nexus really carries.

    I am a little saddened by the price increase but not because Google is milking us, but because there is no longer a crazy deal to be had every year with a nexus phone.

    I have two questions though.

    1) Will the Nexus 5 see a price cut?
    2) What will they name the next phone ? Nexus 7 (NAT Edition) (NAT = Not a tablet)

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    Can't see this selling so well to be honest. This is well and truly a phablet. I'm sure it will appeal to some, but as others have pointed out it's too big for a general purpose phone, and probably too small to have the functionality of a bigger tablet.

    Having held the 5.5" OnePlus One (and regrettably deciding it was too big for me) I've got to say the sweet spot, for me at least is definitely around 5", maybe upto 5.2" if they remove bezels completely at some point in the future. I'd also put a weight limit of 150g for a phone.

    The Nexus 5 might not be the newest kid on the block but it still strikes the best screen size to weight ratio with 5" for 130g.

    The new iPhone 6 manages 4.7" for 129g.....I'll take the extra 0.3" for 1g please!

    Even the LG G2 or G3 don't offer anything better than the Nexus 5 in terms of size / weight ratio. Just trading up from the 5" sweet spot for more weight - G2 offering 5.2" for 142g, and the G3 offerign 5.5" for 149g. The G3 I'd argue is too big anyway.

    Also consider your grip of the phone and it's width. The Nexus 5 / G2 are ~70mm wide. The OnePlus One and G3 ~ 75mm (this already feels a little too wide for my small hands), the Nexus 6 is a crazy 83mm! This will not be comfortable to hold for continuous periods in portrait mode if you have smaller hands.

    Looking at the Nexus 9, again I just struggle to justify it's position in the market.

    Want an 8-9" tablet that's good for gaming - get the nVidia Shield Tablet (8" with K1 processor and SD card slot) and save yourself about £100 (for the 16Gb wifi model): http://www.gsmarena.com/compare.php3...&idPhone2=6601

    Want a high end 8-9" android tablet that's ultra light, is the same price as the Nexus 9, but also has a respectable camera, SD card slot, waterproof ability and 270g instead of the Nexus 9's 425g (157% heavier), then go for the Sony Z3 Tablet Compact: http://www.gsmarena.com/compare.php3...&idPhone2=6633

    You can get something cheaper with similar performance...or something lighter with better features than the Nexus 9 for the same price. So where does that leave the Nexus 9 in terms of being recommended. On paper at least, nowhere.
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    Re: Check out how the new Nexus 6 stacks up against Nexus 5 - Specs Comparison

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    Well I was way off the mark there, huge specs (and screen) and a fairly massive price - doesn't seem to be what "Nexus" was originally about though. It's just exchanging punches with the flagships, which is a dangerous game to play in my opinion.
    Actually I'd say it was exactly what the original Nexus was all about, it had high specs was well built and wasn't exactly cheap.

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