There are heaps of ways to annoy smartphone owners and companies that are good at doing this are usually those who are bagging big bucks. This isn’t always the case but it’s becoming a more usual occurrence these days.
Of course, Google is one of them. There is no details on how much Google is currently making from the Nexus lineup but what we do know is that there are too many users, more specifically Nexus 6 users, that are frustrated.
This is because they have been left in the dark. All the great features of the Nexus 6 would not be seeing a sequel from the brand, especially since the new Pixel brand is going in Apple’s direction.
We don’t know if there would be another 6.0-inch phablet from Google or even another flagship that can duplicate the form factor of the Nexus 6. It may be a possibility but it’s currently a really slim one.
And what’s the status of wireless charging from Google? It was revealed that the feature on the Nexus 5X and 6P was dropped as USB Type-C ports make it immaterial, but that’s surely far from the truth.
A look at Samsung’s recent flagships, which can handle fast wireless charging sans compromise, is clear evidence.
Thus, Nexus 6 owners who had the impression that matters would improve for the pure Android phablet has been left out in the dark. Thankfully, the device is quite a durable model.
It’s one of the most dependable devices in the Nexus family and with the help of rooting and unofficial ROMs, it will be able to stay current in the Android world.
Sadly, it’s missing out on a vital feature that is equipped in its latest peers. It does not come with a fingerprint sensor and if users want that feature, they would have no choice but to bid farewell to their one-of-a-kind device.