Nexus 6 News
Everything you need to know about the Nexus 6
oogle finally made the oft-rumored Nexus 6 official. This device is the Nexus line’s first foray into the world of phablets. Before you grab your credit card, this is everything you need to know about the Nexus 6.
Official: Nexus 6 pre-orders open up October 29th
When Google took the wraps off the Nexus 6 last week, other than a vague “later this month” pre-order date, they failed to give Android fanboys a specific date on when we could expect it to land on Google Play. We now have a date.
Android 5.0 Lollipop has a new screen off animation (goodbye CRT)
It’s the end of an era, folks. The long lusted after CRT screen off animation introduced in Nexus devices has now officially been sent out to pasture. As discovered in the latest Android 5.0 Developer build, it’s now been replaced by a sort of fade/zoom effect.
T-Mobile confirms WiFi calling for the Nexus 6
Google or Motorola didn’t address this aspect of their hot new smartphone when announcing it earlier this morning, but many of you were wondering if WiFi calling would be supported. Thankfully we have that answer by way of T-Mobile.
Will you buy the Nexus 6? [POLL]
It wasn’t the flashiest of unveilings, but the long-awaited Nexus 6 is finally here. We won’t be able to get our hands on it for a few more weeks, however, which gives us plenty of time to decide if it’s the next must-have Android handset. Are you buying?
Motorola states Nexus 6’s off-contract price as $650 [OUCH]
Well, guys, the Nexus 6 is here. It looks great. And it’s even coming to all United States carriers. So how much will it cost? Well, if Motorola’s blog post is any indication then off-contract folks won’t be too happy — they’re slapping on a minimum suggested retail price of $650.