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October 16, 2014

Google Nexus 6 Officially Unveiled

It wasn’t that long ago that renderings of the upcoming Google Nexus 6 were making the rounds on the Internet. Now, Motorola and the Internet giant are officially unveiling a phone that has been described as giant by those who have gotten a glimpse. During the announcement of the new Phablet, Motorola made sure to underline how big a fan of Android the company is, pointing to the flexibility and power that comes along with the operating system.

It should be pointed out, the flexibility Motorola was not talking about is the ability to bend the phone the way some people have claimed the largest iPhone ever, the iPhone 6 Plus has bent. The Nexus 6 is very comparable to the iPhone 6 Plus when it comes to size, according to Motorola but the size of the screen is just one of the things the company is touting.

The Google Nexus 6 is said to have a longer and better batter life. The phone also has something called the Motorola Turbo Charger. This is a special charging boost that will give the phone an extra 15 minutes of charge should the user need it. The phone also comes with a 13 megapixel camera complete with Image Stabilization and HDR+. This means the Google Nexus 6 will allow users to take the best photos around when it comes to a Smartphone.

The Nexus 6 will also be coming complete with the latest Android operating system, known as Lollipop. One of the biggest new features that comes along with this OS is something called Material Design. This is functionality that is geared to respond to your touch and your voice in ways that are far more fluid than what Android users have seen so far. The OS also gives people the ability to get messages and phone calls and act on them without having to leave the application you are currently using. In all, it appears the Google Nexus 6 is going to be a big player in the Phablet industry moving forward.

Edited by Maurice Nagle

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