It’s a behemoth, so it’s a good amount of juice to keep going and this is supplied by a decent performing 3220mAh Li-Po battery. The only cons of this device are the non-removable battery and the absence of a microSD expansion slot.
However, with 32 and 64GB variants being offered, regular users wouldn’t really want more. The Google Nexus 6 has a decent performing 13megapixel camera and a 2MP front camera for churning out vibrant selfies.
The AMOLED display has a pixel density of 493ppi and a display resolution of 1440×2560 pixels. The wonderful screen is nigh unbreakable thanks to Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection.
It offers 330 hours standby time and also a talk time of 24 hours. It weighs in a little heavy at 184 grams but users won’t worry too much about that. One of the best features of the Nexus 6 is that a fifteen-minute charge will yield around 6 hours of battery.
Stay tuned for more updates on Google Nexus 6!