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Nexus 6 raises the stakes

Say goodbye to the Nexus philosophy of old, which was to deliver good-but-not-mindblowing specs for a hard-to-beat price. Google's new, Motorola-made Nexus 6 aims for the top of the pile.

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Nexus, but mostly Moto

We'll call it a Nexus device, but the look and feel of this 6-inch handset fits into Motorola's Moto family, looking like a larger Moto X.

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Big, big, big

With its 6-inch screen, the Nexus 6 is quite the handful. Its wider frame and slightly heavier weight compared with those of other large-screen phones make a certain amount of sense since its screen is bigger, too. But the gain in overall footprint didn't go unnoticed.

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Camera and flash

See that transparent ring around the camera lens? It houses the dual-LED flash for the Nexus 6's 13-megapixel camera.

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Screen zenith

Its 1,440-pixel display makes images and video look gorgeous, though not every third-party icon is optimized for the high resolution.

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Top down

A curved backing follows the curve of your palm.

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Side view

The power/lock button and volume rocker live on the phone's right spine.

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New look

With Android 5.0 Lollipop comes a new OS look and feel, like these square icons in the app tray.

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One last look

The new Nexus 6 is a top performer, but it faces extremely stiff competition, especially among large-screen phones. For even more pros and cons, dive into CNET's full Google Nexus 6 review.

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