"Google supersizes its marquee phone with the Nexus 6"
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CNET First Look
CNET First Look
Google supersizes its marquee phone with the Nexus 6
Hello everybody I am Lynn La here on Google's campus to give you a closer look at Google's newest [UNKNOWN] of smart phones the Nexus six.
Now with this new iteration Google is going big at 5.96 inches the display is an inch wider than last years.
And it sits right in that tablet territory along with a Galaxy Note four and the I-Phone six plus.
The display also has a super sharp 1440 pixel resolution and 493 ppi.
It's equipped with a quad core 2.7 gigahertz snap dragon 805 processor from Qualcomm, and an Indrino 420 GPU.
There's also a 3.22 ampere hour battery inside that has wireless charging capabilities like its predecessor and quick charge technology from Qualcomm.
For your photography needs the Nexus six has a 13 megapixel camera that can record 4k video.
And there's a dual LED flash here that encircles the lens.
On the front there's a two megapixel shooter as well.
As a Google Nexus device the six also runs the latest version of the OS known as Android 5.0 lollipop.
In addition to a few tweaks to the interface.
More context has been added to recent apps now called overview.
And Google has also reported that battery life has been improved with the new updates.
In the US, the Nexus 6 will be available unlocked through the Google Play store, along with all four major US carriers.
It starts out at $650 for the 32 gig variance.
Again, I'm Lynn, and you've been checking out the Nexus 6.
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