Nexus 6 Finally Hits Rock-Bottom

It’s pretty hard to find a Nexus 6 owner who is unhappy with their device. The Nexus 6 is such a great device that there’s nothing else quite like it. The Nexus 6P and the Nexus 5 are good devices, too but it can’t match up to the Nexus 6’s full potential.

If it isn’t obvious already, the main reason for the Nexus 6’s appeal is its size. There is no other pure Android device that is currently boasting a 6.0-inch display.

The Nexus 6 is a large device but it still manages to remain reliable. There are almost no reports on users facing issues such as boot loops, cracks, battery drains, overheating or even slow performance.

But, Google is disappointing all Nexus 6 fans by discontinuing producing devices as such. There will soon be no alternative options for users who have fallen in love with the size and the impressive screen-to-body ratio of the Nexus 6.

Following the Nexus 6, Google had downsized all its subsequent phablets. The Pixel XL measures at 5.5-inches whereas the Nexus 6P stands at 5.7-inches.

It looks like fan of larger phablets will have to consider other brands such as the Xiaomi Mi Max, Samsung Galaxy S9/Pro and the soon-to-arrive Samsung Galaxy C9.

1 thought on “Nexus 6 Finally Hits Rock-Bottom

  • Google just sent my Nexus 6 the new Android 7.0 Nougat. Doesn’t feel like rock bottom. Feels like the best purchase I’ve made in 2014 and one that I have yet to see a worthy replacement for.

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