The pre-orders date of the anticipated Google’s Nexus 6 has shifted to November 18 instead of November 3 for the UK customers. The latest smartphone in the Nexus series will possess a 6 inch screen with Quad HD display. It will also be equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 quad-core 2.7GHz processor.
The anticipated phone from Google will also carry a 13MP camera, that will also expertise in image stabilization. When it comes to the battery of this phone, it will be able to operate for six hours on the trot with just 15 min charging. Google’s Nexus 6 went on a sale spree starting from 29 Oct in several countries and it is getting a great response from the fans.
The price of Google’s Nexus 6 is decided to be $649, which is justified considering the features studded in the phone. Google has, however, not stated if it will go for mass production in the US on demand. In the UK, the pre-orders of the phone were slated to start on November 3 but they have not been moved to a later date; that is November 18.
Motorola has been acquired by Lenovo, so apparently Nexus is actually the first Lenovo phone designed and made for Google. Google has made some important announcements pertaining to the device as well. One important announcement to be mentioned here is that five US mobile carriers will be selling the handset in the market.
The Vice President of Google’s Product management, Brian Rakowski was enthralled about the launch of Nexus 6 and is of the view that people would appreciate bigger phones like the aforementioned. He said, “If you gave them [the public] a phablet for a week, 50 per cent of those would say they like it and not go back.”