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Stunning 6-inch Quad HD screen and dual front-facing stereo speakers make content shine. Round the clock battery life with Turbo Charging means more doing and less charging.
• Stunning 6" screen and dual front-facing stereo speakers make content shine
• With a large 3220 mAh battery and Turbo Charging, the Nexus 6 enables you to go longer and charge quicker
• Introducing Android 5.0 Lollipop – the sweetest release yet
Google Nexus 6 Performance Review
A powerful interface needs an equally potent processor. The Google Nexus 6 has found its match in the 2.7-GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 CPU with 3GB of RAM. Throughout my time with the smartphone, I encountered zippy performance, without the faintest hint of latency.
Bullets whizzed through the air as my squadron stormed a beach in Modern Combat 4 Zero Hour. The action stayed smooth even after I cranked the special effects up to high.
The phone produced a score of 3,196 on Geekbench 3, which measures overall performance. That easily topped the 2,184 smartphone average and the Apple iPhone 6 Plus (Apple A8 processor), which scored 2,093. The Samsung Galaxy Note 4, which has the same CPU and RAM as the Nexus, obtained 3,124.
Taking 12 seconds to launch N.O.V.A. 3, the Nexus 6 was just a few tenths of a second faster than the Note 4, which started the game in 12.7 seconds. It took the iPhone 6 Plus only 5 seconds to start the game, but that may have more to do with the different platform.
On the VidTrim test, which involves transcoding a 203MB 1080p file to 480p, the Nexus 6 finished in 4 minutes and 59 seconds. That's much faster than the 7:02 average and better than the Note 4, which posted a time of 5:15.
On 3DMark Ice Storm Unlimited, which tests graphical performance, the Nexus 6 hit 15,904, beating the 14,521 average. Both the iPhone 6 Plus and Note 4 scored better, notching 16,965 and 20,126, respectively.
Our review unit of the Google Nexus 6 came with 32GB of storage, but Google also has a 64GB configuration on the Nexus homepage, priced at $699. Unfortunately, there's no microSD slot, so you'll have to be mindful when downloading bigger apps or games