The Nexus 6 Challenge has begun! Join Marco on his 30 day trek where he puts his iPhone 6 away and puts his SIM in the new Google Nexus 6, a.k.a the "beast". With a 5.96-inch QuadHD Display, a 2.7GHz Quad-Core SnapDragon 805 Processor, 3GB of RAM and the latest version of Google's dessert, 5.0 Lollipop, its one lethal combination.
For the next couple of days, I’ll be working on a full review of the behemoth, Nexus 6. But before I give you my full review of the phone, I want to go and kickoff the Nexus 6 30-Day Challenge. This basically means that for the next 30 days, I’ll be popping out the SIM card from my Apple iPhone 6 and popping it to this guy so I can use the phone as my daily driver for the next calendar month to see how I like it and how I can keep up with it. Basically, everything that I used to do on my iPhone 6 will be done on the Google Nexus 6.
I don’t think that’s going to be a big problem for me because this thing is absolutely a beast—a huge display, big battery, crazy good specs, 805 quad-core processor, 2.7GHz, 3GB of RAM, and the latest dessert from Android Lollipop 5.0, which is one of the best software from Android for all of its lifetime. And honestly, how can you not like this phone other than the big size of this thing (which I actually don’t mind that much because I like the iPhone 6 Plus a lot this year). And also it has two front-facing speakers, 4K video, OIS, and it kind of looks cool. I think it looks good.
I kind of what to hear what you guys want to see in the Google Nexus 6 challenge. Obviously, a lot of stuff about Android 5.0 Lollipop and so far, it’s been pretty stable in terms of fluidity and how it works. When you compare 5.0 Android to other operating systems available and released under Nexus devices, this has been probably one of the smoother ones out of all the Android additions that have been released over the past few years. So definitely, I’ll be doing that.
Now talking about the camera, it comes with a 13MP camera, basically straight lifted off the Moto X with OIS added to it. And it’s not the best but it’s not terrible either so there’s a lot of stuff to be talked about in the 30-Day Google Nexus 6 Challenge so make sure to leave me some comments below on what you guys want to see in terms of that content.