Next-Gen Google Pixel: A Nexus 6 Successor On The Cards?

Google’s Nexus 6, co-produced by Motorola, is truly a one-of-a-kind device as many users are still loyally sticking by its side despite the array of new devices available on the market, currently. These users have fallen in love with the Nexus 6 and don’t wish to upgrade; however, their stand may change soon as the Read more about Next-Gen Google Pixel: A Nexus 6 Successor On The Cards?[…]

Google Nexus 6: Is It Time For An Upgrade?

Google disappointed a whole lot of Nexus 6 users when its released its latest Android 7.1.2 Nougat update to its Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P devices but left its Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 out of the equation. This proves that Google has officially terminated support for these two devices. However, keep in mind that Read more about Google Nexus 6: Is It Time For An Upgrade?[…]

Google Makes It Worse For Nexus 6 Owners

Google doesn’t seem to get tired of making things worse for Nexus 6 owners. The tech giant recently released its Android 7.1.2 Nougat developer preview update and despite Google claiming that this is merely an maintenance update, it appears that two major features have been added to the mix. Sadly, Google has restricted this update Read more about Google Makes It Worse For Nexus 6 Owners[…]

Google Nexus 6 Turning Blue In The Face?

The Nexus 6, a.k.a the 6-inch monster phablet, was launched three years back but it still managed to stay reliable to many loyal users. This device is the purest versions of what an Android device should be and it runs on the speedy Snapdragon 805 processor paired to 3GB RAM with 32GB or 64GB internal Read more about Google Nexus 6 Turning Blue In The Face?[…]

Google Could Inspire Nexus 6 Effect Again

There’s a reason why the Google Nexus 6 is so different from all other Nexus devices. It’s the only one with a 6.0-inch display – Quad HD no less – on a build that is set apart from all its predecessors and successors. It’s one of a kind. That’s because the Nexus 6 was designed Read more about Google Could Inspire Nexus 6 Effect Again[…]

Could The Pixel 2 Turn Out Like The Nexus 6?

Most folks didn’t give the Nexus 6 much thought when it was released. This was all due to its size – despite the phablet hype going on at that time, most buyers didn’t like devices that go beyond 5.7-inches. There were other models that went passed that size mark but none of them were quite Read more about Could The Pixel 2 Turn Out Like The Nexus 6?[…]

Google Makes It Worse For Loyal Nexus 6 Users

Just recently, Google unleashed its Android 7.1.2 Nougat developer preview update. Despite the Mountain View giant claiming that this is merely another incremental maintenance update, it arrived bearing two major features. Sorry to burst your bubble, Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 owners; unfortunately, Google has omitted these devices from its list of eligible devices. However, Read more about Google Makes It Worse For Loyal Nexus 6 Users[…]

Google Pixel XL: A Better Alternative To Laggy Nexus 6?

Google’s Nexus 6 is a beloved device but it is far from being called flawless; especially since some users have reported on experiencing excessive lagging on the device. A Redditor had obviously grown tired of the lagging device and opted for Google’s newest product, the Google Pixel XL. Although the user hated the fact that Read more about Google Pixel XL: A Better Alternative To Laggy Nexus 6?[…]

Nexus 6 May Inspire Pixel Sequels?

Most folks didn’t pay much attention to the Nexus 6 when it was launched. Although the phablet trend was strong, many preferred devices that stayed inside the 5.7-inch mark. However, the Nexus 6 turned out to be a well-designed model. It even defied the stereotype that anything that passes the5.7-inch mark would need either both Read more about Nexus 6 May Inspire Pixel Sequels?[…]

Google Isn’t Playing Nice With Nexus 6

Google unleashed its Android 7.1.2 Nougat developer preview update recently and claimed that this is merely just another incremental maintenance release. However, that turned out to be untrue as this update brought two major features along with it. As exciting as that may be, not all Nexus devices have received the green light for it. Read more about Google Isn’t Playing Nice With Nexus 6[…]

Nexus 5X Fails To Impress As Much As Other Nexus Siblings

Although the Nexus 6P may be a good sequel after the Nexus 6, the Nexus 5X was nowhere close to the Nexus 5. A survey by Droid-Life even revealed that buyers preferred the Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 4, Nexus 5, Nexus 6 and the Nexus 6P over the 5.2-inch device. It’s evident that Google has been Read more about Nexus 5X Fails To Impress As Much As Other Nexus Siblings[…]

Google Nexus 6: What A Waste!

Google is starting to be known as a company that often frustrates buyers but, surprisingly, still manages to rake in big bucks year after year. Although the tech giant keeps the Nexus series’ profit numbers a secret, it’s obvious that many owners, especially Nexus 6 owners, are growing in annoyance toward the company. We can’t Read more about Google Nexus 6: What A Waste![…]

How Google Kills Nougat For Nexus 6

We can’t comprehend this but Google has decided to downgrade the Nexus 6 to a previous OS version, despite the device recently gaining entry into Android 7.1.1 Nougat, as described by Android Police. The report cites a thread on Reddit where Nexus 6 owners are reporting that Google has send out a new Android 7.0 Read more about How Google Kills Nougat For Nexus 6[…]

Google Nexus 6: There’s Hope – Inspired By Nexus 5

When Google launched the Android 7.1.2 Nougat developer preview, many folks in the Nexus community were disheartened. This was due to Google confirming that Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 will no longer gain software support. However, this does not imply that Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 owners will have to let go of their device. Read more about Google Nexus 6: There’s Hope – Inspired By Nexus 5[…]

Google Nexus 6: How’s This For Goodbye?

Google recently launched its Android 7.1.2 Nougat developer preview update. Although the tech giant claims that this update is just another incremental maintenance release, it comes with two major features. Unfortunately, not all Nexus devices will be eligible for it. Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P have made it into the eligible list whereas the Nexus Read more about Google Nexus 6: How’s This For Goodbye?[…]

Even Google Wasn’t Ready For Nexus 6 Boom!

There’s no doubt that the Nexus 6 is one of the best devices under Google’s pure Android range. This is backed up by polls carried out by The Verge and Droid-Life which revealed that this 5.96-incher is one of the most loved Nexus devices. That said, Google didn’t have such high hopes on this device Read more about Even Google Wasn’t Ready For Nexus 6 Boom![…]

Google May Bring Nexus 6 Back Into Action!

Initially, when Google unleashed the Nexus 6, most folks didn’t take much notice of it as they simply preferred devices that didn’t surpass the 5.7-inch mark – save for phablets, of course. There were a couple of other devices that measured in a similar size to the Nexus 6, but none were well-designed models. All Read more about Google May Bring Nexus 6 Back Into Action![…]

Google Has Gotten Worse Since Nexus 6P

Google’s Nexus devices were affordable devices but its newly launched Pixel devices are premium devices with quite a hefty price tag slapped on it. Since its supplies are limited in some market, the Pixel devices have been growing in demand. Google’s aim with the Nexus was to bring a stock Android experience to the market. Read more about Google Has Gotten Worse Since Nexus 6P[…]

Nexus 6 Could Inspire Google’s Design Plans

When the Nexus 6 was launched, not many gave it a second thought. Folks were immersed in the phablet trend yet they preferred devices that didn’t go pass the 5.7-inch mark. Of course, there were other device that measured about 6.0-inches, just like the Nexus 6, but they weren’t credited as well-designed models. They were Read more about Nexus 6 Could Inspire Google’s Design Plans[…]

Samsung Galaxy Note 4: Last Of Its Kind – Like Nexus 6

The future looked so bright for the Samsung Galaxy Note series when the Note 4 was released in 2014. Not only was it not riddled with reliability issues, Samsung didn’t compromise on anything – it had all the features users wanted in a flagship, and a little more. While the Galaxy Note 5 and Note Read more about Samsung Galaxy Note 4: Last Of Its Kind – Like Nexus 6[…]