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Google Nexus 6
Google Nexus 6 (Nexus Serie)
Adaptador gráfico
Memoría
3072 MB 
pantalla
6 pulgadas 16:9, 2560 x 1440 pixels, capacitiva, AMOLED, Gorilla Glass 3, lustroso: si
Disco duro
32 GB eMMC Flash, 32 GB 
, 25.98 GB libre
Conexiones
1 USB 2.0, Audio Conexiones: clavija combinada de audio de 3.5 mm, Sensores: movimiento, proximidad, luz, brújula, barómetro, Qi (carga inalámbrica), NFC, Miracast, DLNA, A-GPS
Equipamento de red
802.11 a/b/g/n/ac (a/b/g/n/ac), Bluetooth 4.1, GSM cuadribanda (850/900/1800/1900), UMTS heptabanda (800/850/900/1700/1800/1900/2100), LTE octabanda (700/800/850/900/1800/2100/TD2500/2600)
Tamaño
Alto x ancho x profundidad (en mm): 10 x 159 x 83
Battería
12 Wh Litio-Ion, 3220 mAh
Sistema Operativo
Android 5.0 Lollipop
Camera
Webcam: Trasera: 13.0MP, AF, OIS, dual flash LED, vídeos @2160p/30fps; frontal: 2.0MP
Características adicionales
Altavoces: Dos altavoces frontales, Teclado: virtual , headset, 12 Meses Garantía
Peso
184 g, Suministro de Electricidad: 60 g
Precio
600 Euros

 

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Puntuación Media: 82.34% - bien
Promedio de 38 puntuaciones (de 81 análisis)
precio: 66%, rendimiento: 83%, características: 78%, pantalla: 82% movilidad: 81%, procesamiento: 79%, ergonomía: 79%, emisiones: 97%

Análisis para el Google Nexus 6

86% Breve análisis del Smartphone Google Nexus 6 (Motorola XT1100-M0E10) | Notebookcheck
¡Has crecido! El Google Nexus 6 fabricado por Motorola sigue la filosofía de Google en términos de tamaño con (casi) 6". Nuestro análisis revela si el dispositivo de Google, que ya no es ninguna ganga, puede competir con el iPhone 6 Plus y otros phablets.
80% Android Lollipop flagship about to be replaced by Huawei Nexus 6P
Origen: PC Advisor Inglés EN→ES
There are some good things about the Nexus 6 including build quality and some top-end hardware such as the screen, processor and camera. However, it's simply too big, unwieldy and expensive to warrant awarding it anything higher than four stars and really get behind it (unless we wanted to hid from something). In the phablet market, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is simply better even if it is pricier and the excellent LG G3 at less than £300 is another thorn in the Nexus 6's side.
Único Análisis, disponible online, Mediano, Fecha: 09/23/2015
Puntuación: Puntuación total: 80% precio: 70% rendimiento: 80% características: 80% procesamiento: 80%
Samsung Galaxy Note5 vs Google Nexus 6
Origen: Phone Arena Inglés EN→ES
However, if one considers price, this difference is indeed reflected in the cost. The Google Nexus 6 has the advantage of having been on the market for nearly a year now, and this has brought a significant price drop: from an initial MSRP of $650, the phone is now officially sold for $500 (full retail price). The Samsung Galaxy Note5 looks like a costly device in comparison: it comes with an MSRP of $750, exactly 50% higher price than the Nexus 6. Put in simple terms, the Galaxy Note5 is clearly the superior phone in most aspects. But is a 50% difference in price justified? It’s up to your wallet to give a judgment about that.
Comparación, disponible online, largo, Fecha: 08/26/2015
Samsung Galaxy S6 vs Google Nexus 6
Origen: Phone Arena Inglés EN→ES
Let’s talk pricing for a moment! With the Nexus 6, it starts off at $699.99 full price, which is undoubtedly on the steep side, but something that’s warranted for something of its caliber and immense size. Conversely, it’s a little confusing regarding the pricing for the Galaxy S6, as various wireless providers and retail partners all have different prices for the 32GB Galaxy S6. Ranging from $599.99 to $684.99, the Galaxy S6 is at the minimum $100 less than the Nexus 6 when it comes to outright pricing.
Comparación, disponible online, Mediano, Fecha: 04/14/2015
Samsung Galaxy S6 edge vs Google Nexus 6
Origen: Phone Arena Inglés EN→ES
Whichever phone you end up choosing, just know that it’s going to cost you quite a handful to buy – whether it’s outright or with a contract. Luckily, the pricing structure for the Nexus 6 is pretty uniform whichever outlet you end up going with. So if we’re to look at it from an outright level, you’ll need to fork over a beastly $699.99 to snag the Google Nexus 6. In contrast, depending on where you go, the Galaxy S6 edge will fetch you roughly between $699.99 and $814.99.
Comparación, disponible online, corto, Fecha: 04/14/2015
80% Nexus 6 review: Google's big, beautiful smartphone now comes with Android 5.1
Origen: PC Pro Inglés EN→ES
On our review Nexus 6 we haven't experienced anything quite so serious, but neither has our time with it been completely bug-free. The Gmail app crashes whenever we try to attach a file from local storage (though you can get around this issue by attaching from Google Drive), and we've also experienced a few infuriating spontaneous resets while playing the top-down shooter, Sky Force.
Único Análisis, disponible online, corto, Fecha: 04/14/2015
Puntuación: Puntuación total: 80%
80% Google Nexus 6 review - Now with Android 5
Origen: Expert Reviews Inglés EN→ES
We’re not bothered by the size of the Nexus 6, but despite that we’re finding it hard to justify switching to the new handset from our trusty Nexus 5, and that’s with both sitting freely available on our desk. If money was no object, we'd definitely buy the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, but check out our regularly updated best smartphone guide for the latest best handsets.
Único Análisis, disponible online, corto, Fecha: 04/09/2015
Puntuación: Puntuación total: 80%
85% Motorola Google Nexus 6 Review
Origen: Digital Trends Inglés EN→ES
If you’re a tech enthusiast, you’re probably sulking (like me), at the fact that a Nexus phone costs over 40k. To the regular consumer though, this won’t matter. So, yes, the Nexus 6 is indeed a good phone to buy. I like the Moto Turbo more, because it’s compact and easier to use, but that’s a matter of personal preference. The choice should actually be that, if you want a phablet, spend about 2k more and buy the Nexus 6. If it’s a phone you want, go ahead and buy the Moto Turbo.
Único Análisis, disponible online, Muy corto, Fecha: 04/01/2015
Puntuación: Puntuación total: 85%
HTC One M9 vs Google Nexus 6
Origen: Phone Arena Inglés EN→ES
The verdict? We're tempted to say the Nexus 6 had an easy time, but the reality is that so long as aesthetics guide consumers' purchasing decisions, HTC's One line will continue resonating well with buyers. In such a scenario, Google's device strikes us as the more logical pick for the power user crowd, especially the phablet-loving part of it, but not necessarily the masses' favorite.
Comparación, disponible online, Mediano, Fecha: 03/22/2015
90% Google Nexus 6 review
Origen: Techradar Inglés EN→ES
The death of the Google Nexus program has been greatly exaggerated, and 2014's stock Android phone ironically resulted in an exaggerated Moto X. Its tremendous display, premium specs and debut of Android 5.0 Lollipop make it one of the best phablets to date.
Único Análisis, disponible online, Muy largo, Fecha: 03/10/2015
Puntuación: Puntuación total: 90%
Motorola (Google) Nexus 6 review – too big, but so powerful
Origen: Laptop Media Inglés EN→ES
It shouldn’t be funny, but here’s the moment when we can relax because the “Nexus 7″ name is already used, so we hope that means Google are going to halt with the strategy of steadily making the Nexus display diagonals longer as it’s now gone beyond all limits. If the Nexus 6 successor is also a 6-incher, we would like to see a smaller companion, just like iPhone 6 (4.7″) and its Plus (5.5″) version.
Único Análisis, disponible online, Mediano, Fecha: 03/07/2015
Nexus 6
Origen: BC Hardware Inglés EN→ES
In the end, I can’t help but feel like a kid who bought a new bike that is two sizes too big. It does everything it promised on the box, and it’s still big and shiny, I just haven’t figured out how to ride it properly. Will I grow into it? Probably. But it sure doesn’t feel that way right now.
Único Análisis, disponible online, Mediano, Fecha: 03/04/2015
70% The Nexus 6 represents some pretty big changes to the way Google does phones. But not all of them are good.
Origen: Know Your Mobile Inglés EN→ES
The Nexus 6 isn’t a bad handset; it’s just disappointing to a dyed-in-the-wool Nexus user like myself. I had high hopes for this handset –– even more so when I saw the specs and that Motorola was in charge of designing and building it. But after testing it I was left with a decidedly bitter taste in my mouth.
Único Análisis, disponible online, corto, Fecha: 02/20/2015
Puntuación: Puntuación total: 70%
Nexus 6 vs. Galaxy Note 4: A game of Battleships
Origen: GSM Arena Inglés EN→ES
We think the different nature of the makers of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and the Motorola Nexus 6 reflects the type of consumer that will buy either product. The Galaxy Note 4 is self-contained and focused on physical excellence, while the Nexus 6 tries to deliver all the cloud services Google has on offer to as many people as possible.
Comparación, disponible online, Muy largo, Fecha: 02/20/2015
Nexus 6 vs iPhone 6 Plus
Origen: Android Authority Inglés EN→ES
The iPhone 6 Plus and the Nexus 6 are the premium editions of their respective lines, and come with price tags that fit that notion. The iPhone 6 Plus can be found on all networks at a reduced on-contract rate, or for the full unlocked price of around $800 for the base 16 GB edition. The Nexus 6, on the other hand, can be found on most of the networks on-contract, or comes with the unlocked price of $649, putting it in a more affordable space for those who don’t want to be tethered to their cellular plans.
Análisis del Usuario, disponible online, corto, Fecha: 02/14/2015
Nexus 6
Origen: BC Hardware Inglés EN→ES
I received my Nexus 6, and right out of the box, I was disappointed. The back plate wasn't sticking to the phone properly, and was peeling off a bit. So far so good, and it just keeps getting better! Once I get my replacement and get some more use under my belt, I'll check back in for my final thoughts after about a month of use.
Único Análisis, disponible online, corto, Fecha: 02/10/2015
Nexus 6 vs iPhone 6 vs Xperia Z3
Origen: V3.co.uk Inglés EN→ES
Having won three rounds outright and tied in two, the Xperia Z3 is the winner of this three-way review. The unique, water-resistant design, great battery life and stellar display make the Xperia Z3 one of the best smartphones we've ever seen. However, the iPhone 6 is just a whisker behind it, winning two rounds and tying for a further two, and is £10 cheaper. And offering slightly faster performance and more up-to-date software there is still plenty to like about both the iPhone 6 and Nexus 6.
Comparación, disponible online, Mediano, Fecha: 01/31/2015
80% Google Nexus 6
Origen: Gadget Show Inglés EN→ES
The Nexus 6 is possibly the best phone ever for the Android hardcore, but if you want a phablet for the battery life or to replace an ageing tablet, it's not as accessible as a Galaxy Note 4 or an iPhone 6 Plus. Not to mention it’s absolutely huge, and you might struggle to actually keep it in your hands. Still, its stonking battery life and brilliant performance make it a top contender - we just wish it wasn't so pricey.
Único Análisis, disponible online, Muy corto, Fecha: 01/23/2015
Puntuación: Puntuación total: 80%
60% Motorola Nexus 6 Review: A "Big" Hassle
Origen: Techtree.com Inglés EN→ES
After using it for two weeks, I don't find it manageable as a phone. There's no denying that the Nexus 6 is unbeatable when it comes to synthetic benchmarks, but I don't buy phones to run benchmarks. The Nexus 6 is a reminder that phone manufacturers are running out of innovations. For the sake of upgrade, these companies are going for bigger screens and faster processors. I'm tired of this number game, as the performance improvements are barely noticeable in day-to-day use. I wonder how long before the consumers realise that.
Único Análisis, disponible online, Muy corto, Fecha: 01/20/2015
Puntuación: Puntuación total: 60% precio: 60% rendimiento: 70% pantalla: 90% movilidad: 60% procesamiento: 70%
iPhone 6 Plus vs Nexus 6 vs Galaxy Note 4 review
Origen: V3.co.uk Inglés EN→ES
Winning four of this comparison review's rounds outright, Apple's first phablet is the undisputed winner. Featuring a luxurious metal design, stellar screen, wealth of enterprise security services and above average battery, the iPhone 6 Plus is a great smartphone for anyone in Apple's ecosystem. That said, for those embedded in ecosystems outside Apple's, there is still plenty to like about Google's and Samsung's phablets, which both feature superior rear cameras and an equally impressive array of enterprise productivity services.
Comparación, disponible online, Longitud Desconocida, Fecha: 01/14/2015
iPhone 6 Plus vs Nexus 6 review
Origen: V3.co.uk Inglés EN→ES
Offering a sleeker design, better performance, longer battery life and sharper display, the iPhone 6 Plus is currently the ruler of the phablet market, and the Apple device wins six of our rounds compared to two for the Nexus 6. However, with the most basic 16GB model costing £120 more than the Nexus 6, which features a superior camera, the iPhone 6 Plus' perks come at a premium.
Comparación, disponible online, corto, Fecha: 01/09/2015
Note 4 vs Nexus 6 review
Origen: V3.co.uk Inglés EN→ES
There's barely a whisker in it, but the Galaxy Note 4 trumped the Nexus 6 in four out of seven categories. Google's latest smartphone would be an obvious choice for those after a stock Android 5.0 Lollipop experience, but we found the Galaxy Note 4 more manageable owing to its smaller screen size and dimensions. It also came out top when it comes to battery life and storage, offering the option to expand the 32GB internal memory via microSD.
Comparación, disponible online, corto, Fecha: 01/08/2015
80% Nexus 6 review
Origen: T3 Inglés EN→ES
So has Google's and Motorola's risky phablet gamble paid off? Yes it has, with the Nexus 6 proving to be an amazing device that comes with some of the latest smartphone and tablet features, a truly remarkable screen and excellent performance. It's genuinely good enough that even if you are wary of super-sized smartphones you may want to put aside your concerns and give it a try.
Único Análisis, disponible online, Muy corto, Fecha: 12/30/2014
Puntuación: Puntuación total: 80%
Google Nexus 6 review: Vision of the future and echoes of the Galaxy Nexus
Origen: Androidbeat Inglés EN→ES
I was prepared to dislike the initially over-large Nexus 6, after a number of so-so reviews around the rest of the tech world. And I accept that Android 5.x is not really ‘done’ yet. But the Nexus 6’s relative purity and its ambition won me over in the end. It’s not that much bigger than the Galaxy Note II that I used for the best part of a year, its screen is (almost) unsurpassed, the speakers, camera and other components are at the very least in the top tier, and – most of all – it’s the best way to stay right on top of what Google is doing with its mobile OS for at least the next 18 months.
Único Análisis, disponible online, corto, Fecha: 12/27/2014
70% Nexus 6 review
Origen: Trusted Reviews Inglés EN→ES
Google and Motorola have attempted to move from the low-cost Nexus phones made by LG to something more premium. They succeeded, but haven’t gone far enough to play with the big boys in a competitive phablet market. The Nexus is a good phone that's trapped in limbo. It’s too big and too expensive for most people to want, and doesn’t match the premium devices from Samsung and Apple. Just like the Nexus 9 tablet then.
Único Análisis, disponible online, largo, Fecha: 12/19/2014
Puntuación: Puntuación total: 70% precio: 60% rendimiento: 80% pantalla: 80% movilidad: 80% procesamiento: 70%
Google Nexus 6
Origen: Hot Hardware Inglés EN→ES
All in all, there is a lot to like about the Nexus 6 and demand has remained high for the phone, despite its premium price (around $249 w/ contract). The Nexus 6 sold out on the Google Play Store in minutes and has consistently remained out of stock for a few weeks. Carriers are now offering the phone as well, so there are additional options for buying the Nexus 6.
Único Análisis, disponible online, largo, Fecha: 12/15/2014
80% Nexus 6 review: Highly accomplished, but a bit of a handful
Origen: Pocket Lint Inglés EN→ES
The Nexus 6 is a great quality device, the first phablet that we've seen wearing a Nexus badge. It offers plenty of power, good all-round performance and has a solid build and attractive design. It's the launch platform for Android 5.0 Lollipop, which is much more polished than previous versions, leading to a great overall experience. In that, it's the most accomplished Nexus yet.
Único Análisis, disponible online, corto, Fecha: 12/12/2014
Puntuación: Puntuación total: 80%
Nexus 6 vs iPhone 6 review
Origen: V3.co.uk Inglés EN→ES
The iPhone 6 and Nexus 6 won three rounds apiece, but for us the Apple handset remains the safer bet for enterprise customers. This is largely due to the iPhone's smaller dimensions, which make it more comfortable to use for the majority of people than the phablet sized Nexus 6, and robust security.
Comparación, disponible online, corto, Fecha: 12/11/2014
80% Google Nexus 6 review
Origen: Stuff TV Inglés EN→ES
The Nexus 6 is a bit of a curious upgrade to the Nexus 5 in that it doesn’t replicate many of the core values that made last year’s Nexus such a hit in our book. It doesn’t dramatically undercut the competition on cost, and its hand-stretching size will be simply too much for some, especially when Android 5.0 doesn’t do anything in particular to really make use of such a large display.
Único Análisis, disponible online, corto, Fecha: 12/09/2014
Puntuación: Puntuación total: 80% rendimiento: 90% pantalla: 80% procesamiento: 90%
Review: Google Nexus 6
Origen: Gizmag Inglés EN→ES
Gizmag recommends the Nexus 6 to anyone looking for a powerful phone with a gigantic screen, quite possibly the most beautiful mobile software to date, and seamless performance. Its build quality isn't on par with the iPhone's, and it doesn't use a stylus like the Note, but if those aren't your priorities, you could easily argue that it's the best huge phone/small tablet you can buy today.
Único Análisis, disponible online, Muy corto, Fecha: 12/06/2014
80% Google Nexus 6 Review: In Depth
Origen: Recombu Inglés EN→ES
The Nexus 6 is arguably more sizeable than it should be, with not enough big-screen features to justify the offset in convenience and usability. However, it's still a fun-to-use and fully premium phone, packing the best version of Android yet, crisp visuals, a dependable camera and some impressive battery life.
Único Análisis, disponible online, Muy corto, Fecha: 12/05/2014
Puntuación: Puntuación total: 80%
86% Google Nexus 6 review: Android’s next logical step
Origen: Pocketnow Inglés EN→ES
What we have in the Nexus 6, then, is a somewhat mixed bag. In some ways it really excels: you’re getting a fantastic spec sheet that’ll future-proof you well into next year, mated to the most compatible and capable radio stack around, and Lollipop is the prettiest Android release yet. In other ways –like fluidity, display usage, and living up to big promises about the battery life– it falls flat.
Único Análisis, disponible online, corto, Fecha: 12/05/2014
Puntuación: Puntuación total: 86% rendimiento: 90% características: 90% movilidad: 90%
83% Nexus 6 review
Origen: V3.co.uk Inglés EN→ES
Featuring a radically improved camera, powerful processor, stellar screen and all the benefits of Android 5.0 Lollipop, the Nexus 6 is one of the best Android smartphones currently available. However, with prices starting at £500, the Nexus 6 perks come with a premium price tag and make it much more expensive than its predecessor, the Nexus 5.
Único Análisis, disponible online, Mediano, Fecha: 12/04/2014
Puntuación: Puntuación total: 83%
80% Google Nexus 6 Review: Vanilla Has Never Tasted So Good
Origen: NDTV Gadgets Inglés EN→ES
If you're trying to decide between phones roughly this size, you have the Galaxy Note 4, iPhone 6 Plus and LG G3 (Review | Photos) to choose from. The G3 is closest to the Nexus 6 in terms of price and is also slightly smaller and easier to manage. The Galaxy Note offers a far more versatile UI and a very capable stylus. The iPhone is way more expensive and isn't as appealing to power users, but its camera is probably the best of the lot. In this company, it seems as though the Nexus 6 offers a pretty good balance in terms of all its features and its price. We just hope that Google and Motorola will follow another industry trend and release a "mini" version soon.
Único Análisis, disponible online, Mediano, Fecha: 11/28/2014
Puntuación: Puntuación total: 80% precio: 90% rendimiento: 90% pantalla: 80% procesamiento: 70%
Google Nexus 6 vs LG G3 comparison: Quad HD smartphones fight to be the best
Origen: PC Advisor Inglés EN→ES
We haven't seen the Nexus 6 yet but it our first impression is that it's not worth the extra money compared to the LG G3 which is now insanely cheap since much of the specs are closely matched. Keep an eye out for our full Nexus 6 review soon to see what we make of it.
Comparación, disponible online, Muy corto, Fecha: 11/26/2014
88% Nexus 6 Review
Origen: Ubergizmo English Inglés EN→ES
The $649 starting price also allows for another option: carrier pricing. For the first time ever, Google’s Nexus 6 is available on five major U.S. carriers: AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, U.S. Cellular and Verizon. We don’t have all the details, but Sprint is selling the 32GB model for $299 with a two-year contract. AT&T will sell the same for $249 with two-year contract. T-Mobile will sell the Nexus 6 starting at $27.08 per month with zero down payments, paid over two-years. No word on what U.S. Cellular or Verizon plan to sell their Nexus 6 at.
Único Análisis, disponible online, Mediano, Fecha: 11/19/2014
Puntuación: Puntuación total: 88%
Nexus 6 vs iPhone 6 comparison: Android phablet versus iOS smartphone
Origen: PC Advisor Inglés EN→ES
Which smartphone is the best - the Google Nexus 6 or Apple iPhone 6? We put these two handsets head to head in our Nexus 6 vs iPhone 6 comparison to help you decide. Due to the large difference in screen size, it's hard to come to any conclusions about which smartphone is better - not least because the Nexus 6 hasn't even launched and we've yet to put it through its paces.
Comparación, disponible online, Muy corto, Fecha: 11/18/2014
Google Nexus 6 vs Samsung Galaxy S5
Origen: Phoronix Inglés EN→ES
Being new onto the scene, there are several reasons why the Nexus 6 stands out more profoundly than its rival in the Galaxy S5. For starters, there’s no arguing the fact that it’s the fresher of the two devices – aided by its cutting-edge hardware, future proof status, and stock Android 5.0 Lollipop experience. Naturally, too, the attachment to the fabled Nexus series means that it’s going to receive future Android software updates a lot faster than its customized rival.
Comparación, disponible online, Mediano, Fecha: 11/17/2014
70% Review: Nexus 6 Google
Origen: Wired Magazine Inglés EN→ES
In every sense of the word, the Nexus 6 is solid. It’s got a truly wonderful operating system, by far the best I’ve ever used. But if Lollipop is a triumph (and it is) the Nexus 6 is basically just a nice win. It’s got great hardware, but not the best of the year in its size category. Mostly, it’s made me very excited about Lollipop—and running it on another device.
Único Análisis, disponible online, Muy corto, Fecha: 11/14/2014
Puntuación: Puntuación total: 70%
Google Nexus 6 vs Apple iPhone 6
Origen: Phone Arena Inglés EN→ES
Almost hard to believe, the Google Nexus 6 and Apple iPhone 6 bear the same outright price point of $649 – though, you get 16GB of storage with the iPhone 6, and 32GB with the Nexus 6. Determining a victor is rather tough, especially when there’s not a single phone that greatly proves to deliver the better performance over the other. With that in mind, we can certainly agree at the very least, that you won’t be disappointed picking up either of them.
Comparación, disponible online, Mediano, Fecha: 11/14/2014
Nexus 6 vs. Galaxy Note 4: Which one's right for you?
Origen: Computerworld.com Inglés EN→ES
If those conditions don't apply to you, I'd recommend the Nexus 6. From its design and ergonomics to its user interface, speakers, performance, and button setup, it's just generally the nicer and more pleasant-to-use device. It does lack the ability to view multiple apps on screen at the same time -- which is a bummer -- but the phone's overall user experience is so much stronger that for the typical consumer, I think it'll be the preferable option. (Not to mention that it's less expensive, which is a nice side perk.)
Comparación, disponible online, Muy corto, Fecha: 11/13/2014
Google Nexus 6
Origen: Liliputing Inglés EN→ES
Regular Liliputing readers know I review a lot of tablets, notebooks, and TV boxes but don’t regularly tackle smartphone reviews. So I’m not really the best person to tell you how the Nexus 6 stacks up against the latest phones from Samsung, HTC, LG, Sony, Motorola, or others. But I have used most of Google’s Nexus phones and this model is the fastest, has the best screen, the longest battery life, and the best camera of the bunch.
Único Análisis, disponible online, Muy largo, Fecha: 11/12/2014
86% Nexus 6
Origen: Engadget Inglés EN→ES
In general, Google's first shot at a large-screened device (not to mention its first Nexus collaboration with Motorola) is a good one. The Nexus 6 comes with features that the Moto X should have had in the first place, including a powerful next-gen Snapdragon processor, improved camera, new version of Android and a premium design. Watching movies on the N6 is a treat, with loud, front-facing stereo speakers and a Quad HD display.
Único Análisis, disponible online, largo, Fecha: 11/12/2014
Puntuación: Puntuación total: 86%
80% Nexus 6 review: The best Nexus yet, if you can tolerate its gargantuan size
Origen: PC World Inglés EN→ES
This is the finest Nexus device Google has ever produced. It has the fastest phone SoC money can buy. It’s got an enormous, extremely hi-res display. Stereo speakers, Ambient Display and always-listening technologies, turbo charging... all in a very solid, classy body with an appealing design.
Único Análisis, disponible online, Muy corto, Fecha: 11/12/2014
Puntuación: Puntuación total: 80%
Nexus 6: Google's pure Android phablet (hands-on)
Origen: Pocket Lint Inglés EN→ES
But one of the appealing things about the Nexus 6 is the pure Android 5.0 Lollipop experience. We've seen a lot of what Google has to offer in Lollipop from the Nexus 9 and that translates wonderfully to the small (sic) screen. Things were wonderfully fluid and fast, but without getting the Nexus 6 into the wild, it's difficult to draw any definitive conclusions.
Único Análisis, disponible online, Muy corto, Fecha: 11/12/2014
LARGE, ROUND and FEELS SO GOOD in your hand: Yes! It's a Nexus 6
Origen: Reg Hardware Inglés EN→ES
As a phablet the Nexus 6 holds up reasonably well. It's not as advanced in hardware terms as most of the competition, and is larger and heavier, albeit with a very large screen size. But it's also significantly cheaper than rivals too, and it does "good enough" very well. Design-wise it hides its flaws well, looking a lot thinner than it is, although it lacks the panache of a Sir Jony design and some of the features you'd find in a Lumia or Samsung. It also lacks a microSD port and a removable battery, although the fast charging capabilities of the Nexus 6 are a major plus point.
Único Análisis, disponible online, Muy largo, Fecha: 11/12/2014
Nexus 6 Review – You want to lick this Lollipop
Origen: Slashgear Inglés EN→ES
In many ways, during my time with the Nexus 6 I've felt like I've been reviewing two things, not one. Certainly, the new Nexus is the most obvious, but Lollipop is not only equally impressive in its own right, but arguably more important to the smartphone space as a whole. Many more people will come into contact with Android 5.0 than will buy a Nexus 6, after all, and the improvements Google has made to the platform in terms of performance, flexibility, and semi-intelligent assistance are notable.
Único Análisis, disponible online, corto, Fecha: 11/12/2014
Nexus 6 Review
Origen: Droid-Life Inglés EN→ES
The Nexus 6 is the best Nexus phone ever made by a mile. Google and Motorola have teamed up to produce a phone that is premium in build, in specs, and in user experience. Sure, it’s a whale. This phone is massive. But you know what? Because of the quality here and the overall package, you may be able to look beyond its size. In fact, you may just enjoy its size. I have, and I typically can’t stand phones this big.
Único Análisis, disponible online, Mediano, Fecha: 11/12/2014
80% Nexus 6 review: The best Nexus yet, if you can tolerate its gargantuan size
Origen: Greenbot Inglés EN→ES
This is the finest Nexus device Google has ever produced. It has the fastest phone SoC money can buy. It’s got an enormous, extremely hi-res display. Stereo speakers, Ambient Display and always-listening technologies, turbo charging... all in a very solid, classy body with an appealing design.
Único Análisis, disponible online, Muy corto, Fecha: 11/12/2014
Puntuación: Puntuación total: 80%
The Boy Genius Report: Nexus 6 review
Origen: BGR Inglés EN→ES
Google’s tradition of releasing a brand new flagship Nexus phone every year isn’t stopping, and the company has come an incredibly long way since the original Nexus One. The latest iteration is the Nexus 6 with, yes, a gorgeous six-inch display. It’s manufactured by Motorola and was codenamed “Shamu” for a good reason — it’s monstrously huge and just feels like it’s going to slap you with its dorsal fin.
Único Análisis, disponible online, Muy corto, Fecha: 11/12/2014
Google Nexus 6 vs Apple iPhone 6 Plus
Origen: Phone Arena Inglés EN→ES
Knowing that they’re in that phablet space, we’re dealt with larger-than-normal screens here. Specs have a way of dictating things, which is evident here from a cursory look, as the Nexus 6’s 5.96-inch 1440 x 2560 AMOLED display trumps the iPhone 6 Plus’ 5.5-inch 1080 x 1920 Retina Display. Obviously, there’s a huge advantage with the Nexus 6 when it comes to pixel density, but in all fairness, it’s still tough to discern its superiority from a normal viewing distance – though, it becomes evident upon closer inspection.
Comparación, disponible online, corto, Fecha: 11/12/2014
Google Nexus 6 vs Samsung Galaxy Note 4
Origen: Phone Arena Inglés EN→ES
Undeniably, there’s a lot to like with these two smartphones, seeing that they’re outfitted with delicious hardware that makes them class-leading and future proof in several ways. The Samsung Galaxy Note 4, we have to say, has the upper hand in a bunch of categories, such as taking photos/videos, battery life, call quality, and the sheer amount of features baked in. Still, the Nexus 6 is absolutely not to be overlooked, because it does have a more polished and consistent overall user experience, as well as Motorola's signature sturdy build quality.
Comparación, disponible online, Mediano, Fecha: 11/12/2014
90% Google Nexus 6 Review
Origen: Phone Arena Inglés EN→ES
The direction of Google’s Nexus line for smartphones has changed in a way with the arrival of the Nexus 6, seeing that they’ve reverted back to high-end pricing – as opposed to the affordable direction of the past two Nexus smartphones - the Nexus 4 and 5. Despite the shift, it’s still THE showcase device that introduces us to the new world of Android, one that continues to redefine and push forward the mobile experience to new heights. It’s so apparent here with Android 5.0 Lollipop!
Único Análisis, disponible online, largo, Fecha: 11/12/2014
Puntuación: Puntuación total: 90%
Motorola Nexus 6 review: Setting the tone
Origen: GSM Arena Inglés EN→ES
Motorola Nexus 6 is the right candidate to carry the Android 5.0 Lollipop flagship banner. It looks good, it's brimming with the latest hardware, and it's solidly put together. Thanks to its massive 6" display and that large Nexus logo on its back, the phablet is not lacking in presence either - just like a flagship should.
Único Análisis, disponible online, Muy largo, Fecha: 11/12/2014
70% Google Nexus 6
Origen: Laptop Mag Inglés EN→ES
If clothes make the man, operating systems make the phone. On its own, the Google Nexus 6 is a great flagship phone with a formidable Snapdragon 805 CPU, vibrant Quad HD screen and jaw-dropping audio quality. However, Android 5.0 (Lollipop) makes the Nexus 6 sing. The new Material Design is not only cosmetically pleasing, but also highly functional.
Único Análisis, disponible online, largo, Fecha: 11/11/2014
Puntuación: Puntuación total: 70%
Nexus 6 Review: A Sweet Treat for Those Who Crave Big Phones
Origen: Recode Inglés EN→ES
The Nexus 6 is one of the best Android smartphones on the market, but I can’t help but think, “If only it were just a tad smaller.” Still, if you love big smartphones, the Nexus 6 should be at the top of your list.
Único Análisis, disponible online, corto, Fecha: 11/05/2014
Hands on: Getting to know Google's new Nexus 6
Origen: Computerworld.com Inglés EN→ES
I'll be living with the Motorola-made Nexus 6 for a while (just as soon as I finish up with its smaller but no less powerful cousin, the also-Moto-made Droid Turbo). The phone doesn't have a firm launch date yet -- Google says it'll become available sometime in November ($649 to $699 unlocked or for a lower up-front price if bought on contract from a carrier) -- so we've got plenty of time to get to know it inside and out.
Único Análisis, disponible online, Muy corto, Fecha: 10/30/2014
Motorola Nexus 6 hands-on: First look
Origen: GSM Arena Inglés EN→ES
Motorola's contribution to the Nexus - and to Android 5.0 Lollipop in general - also includes Ambient notification mode. When a new notification arrives, the lockscreen will light up in a power-efficient (on AMOLED) black and white mode. Notifications in the new version of Android are visible on the lockscreen. You can hide notifications from certain apps for privacy reasons (or just to mute an annoying app). You can mark other apps as "priority" and then use the built-in filter to hide unimportant events from the lockscreen. The wave-to-wake gesture from the Moto X (2014) is missing though.
Único Análisis, disponible online, largo, Fecha: 10/29/2014
Nexus 6 vs Sony Xperia Z3 comparison: Lollipop phablet takes on KitKat flagship smartphone
Origen: PC Advisor Inglés EN→ES
We're just comparing specs for now so the Nexus 6 is a huge phone with a Quad HD screen and Android 5.0 Lollipop which looks to be more expensive than the Sony Xperia Z3 which is smaller and features a waterproof design, High-Red audio and PS4 Remote Play.
Comparación, disponible online, Muy corto, Fecha: 10/24/2014
Nexus 6 vs Samsung Galaxy Note 4 comparison: What's the best Android phablet?
Origen: PC Advisor Inglés EN→ES
Tipo de Análisis Desconocido, disponible online, Longitud Desconocida, Fecha: 10/22/2014
Google Nexus 6 vs iPhone 6 Plus comparison: Nexus 6 is bigger than iPhone 6 Plus and in some ways better (but not all)
Origen: PC Advisor Inglés EN→ES
The iPhone 6 Plus and Nexus 6 are fairly evenly matched, but there are some pros and cons to both. If you're already a huge fan of Android or iOS, then the decision is made a lot easier due to the software you'll find on these two smartphones. The iPhone 6 Plus offers a bigger storage option (but it's rather expensive), a more premium look and a Touch ID fingerprint scanner, but the Nexus 6 offers a bigger and better screen, front-facing speakers and probably a lower price tag though we'll have to wait for official confirmation for that one.
Comparación, disponible online, Muy corto, Fecha: 10/20/2014
Nexus 6 vs iPhone 6 Plus comparison: Google's huge new Android smartphone takes on iPhone 6 Plus
Origen: Macworld.co.uk Inglés EN→ES
It outshines the iPhone 6 Plus when it comes to the camera (at least specs wise) and screen quality, and we're glad to see front facing speakers on the new Nexus smartphone, but it can't trump the iPhone 6 Plus when it comes to design and storage capacity. If you're an iOS lover looking for a big-screened smartphone, the iPhone 6 Plus is a no-brainer, though we'd seriously consider whether the 4.7in iPhone 6 is big enough for your needs, but for Android phablet fans we've no doubt that the Nexus 6 will appeal.
Comparación, disponible online, Muy corto, Fecha: 10/16/2014
95% Motorola Nexus 6
Origen: Smartphone Magazin - Heft 4/2015 Alemán
Único Análisis, , Longitud Desconocida, Fecha: 07/01/2015
Puntuación: Puntuación total: 95%
Motorola Nexus 6
Origen: Konsument.at - Heft 6/2015 Alemán
Único Análisis, , Longitud Desconocida, Fecha: 05/01/2015
90% Motorola Nexus 6
Origen: Android Magazin - Heft 2/2015 Alemán
Único Análisis, , Longitud Desconocida, Fecha: 03/01/2015
Puntuación: Puntuación total: 90%
95% Motorola Nexus 6
Origen: Smartphone Magazin - Heft 2/2015 Alemán
Único Análisis, , Longitud Desconocida, Fecha: 03/01/2015
Puntuación: Puntuación total: 95%
86% Motorola Nexus 6 (32 GB)
Origen: Basic Tutorials - Heft 4/2015 Alemán
Único Análisis, , Longitud Desconocida, Fecha: 03/01/2015
Puntuación: Puntuación total: 86%
Google Nexus 6
Origen: Pocket Navigation Alemán DE→ES
Único Análisis, disponible online, largo, Fecha: 02/28/2015
Motorola Nexus 6 (64 GB)
Origen: c't - Heft 04/2015 Alemán
Único Análisis, , Longitud Desconocida, Fecha: 02/01/2015
Googles neues Riesenbaby im Test
Origen: Turn On Alemán DE→ES
Único Análisis, disponible online, largo, Fecha: 01/25/2015
Günstig war gestern
Origen: Futurezone.at Alemán DE→ES
Único Análisis, disponible online, largo, Fecha: 01/19/2015
80% Das erste Nexus-Phablet
Origen: Tabtech Alemán DE→ES
Único Análisis, disponible online, largo, Fecha: 01/18/2015
Puntuación: Puntuación total: 80% precio: 60% rendimiento: 100% pantalla: 80% movilidad: 70% procesamiento: 90%
Großer Wurf, aber auch richtig teuer
Origen: Tom's Hardware Alemán DE→ES
Único Análisis, disponible online, largo, Fecha: 01/12/2015
98% Motorola Nexus 6
Origen: SFT - Heft 2/2015 Alemán
Único Análisis, , Longitud Desconocida, Fecha: 01/01/2015
Puntuación: Puntuación total: 98%
68% Ein Smartphone für Couch-Potatoes
Origen: Netzwelt Alemán DE→ES
Único Análisis, disponible online, Mediano, Fecha: 12/10/2014
Puntuación: Puntuación total: 68% características: 60% movilidad: 90% procesamiento: 80%
94% Die Übergröße passt nicht
Origen: Chip.de Alemán DE→ES
Único Análisis, disponible online, Mediano, Fecha: 12/10/2014
Puntuación: Puntuación total: 94% precio: 55% movilidad: 95%
85% Kann dieses Smartphone das iPhone 6 übertrumpfen?
Origen: Focus Online Alemán DE→ES
Único Análisis, disponible online, largo, Fecha: 12/06/2014
Puntuación: Puntuación total: 85% características: 98%
94% Nexus 6 im Test: Ist Googles Riese zu groß geraten?
Origen: Mobicroco Alemán DE→ES
Único Análisis, disponible online, Mediano, Fecha: 12/03/2014
Puntuación: Puntuación total: 94% características: 97% procesamiento: 100% ergonomía: 93%
85% Google Nexus 6 review: A larger Moto X with fewer Motorola enhancements
Origen: ZDNet Alemán DE→ES
Único Análisis, disponible online, Muy corto, Fecha: 12/01/2014
Puntuación: Puntuación total: 85%
100% Motorola Nexus 6
Origen: Android Magazin - Heft 1/2015 Alemán
Único Análisis, , Longitud Desconocida, Fecha: 12/01/2014
Puntuación: Puntuación total: 100%
75% Google Nexus 6 review: een ware entertainer
Origen: Techzine Holandés NL→ES
Único Análisis, disponible online, Muy largo, Fecha: 02/27/2015
Puntuación: Puntuación total: 75% rendimiento: 80% características: 70% pantalla: 80% movilidad: 75% procesamiento: 70%
70% Test Nexus 6
Origen: Meilleurmobile Francés FR→ES
Único Análisis, disponible online, Muy corto, Fecha: 01/13/2015
Puntuación: Puntuación total: 70% rendimiento: 90% procesamiento: 60% ergonomía: 60%

Comentario

Qualcomm Adreno 420:
Tarjeta de vídeo integrada en los SoCs Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 con soporte para OpenGL ES 3.1 y DirectX 11 FL 11_2.
Algunos juegos actuales no fastidiosos pueden ser jugados fluidamente con pequeños detalles.
>> Más información puede ser encontrada en nuestra comparación de tarjetas gráficas moviles y la lista de benchmarks.
805 APQ8084:
SoC ARM de gama alta con 4 núcleos de CPU de hasta 2,7 GHz y una GPU Adreno 420. Basada en la arquitectura Qualcomm Krait-450 y producida en un proceso HPM de 28 nanómetros.

>> Más información puede ser encontrada en nuestra comparación de procesadores móviles.
6": Esta pantalla es bastante grande para un smartphone, pero es usada a menudo en smartphones. Grandes tamaños de pantalla permiten resoluciones más altas. Por tanto, los detalles como letras son más grandes. Por otro lado, el consumo de energía es más bajo con diagonales de pantalla más pequeñas y los aparatos son más pequeños, más livianos y más económicos.
>> Para averiguar cual fina es una pantalla, vea nuestra lista de DPI.
0.184 kg: Este peso es típico de smartphones.
82.34%: Esta evaluación es para ser considerada como promedio, porque la cantidad de portátiles con mejores evaluaciones es casi la misma que la cantidad con evaluaciones peores.
>> Más información puede ser encontrada en nuestra Guia de compra de portátiles.

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tamaño de pantalla mismo GPU

Motorola Droid Turbo
Adreno 420, Snapdragon 805 APQ8084, 5.2", 0.17 kg
Samsung Galaxy S5 LTE-A Prime
Adreno 420, Snapdragon 805 APQ8084, 5.1", 0.145 kg

Portátiles con el Mismo Tamaño de Pantalla y Peso

Google Pixel 3XL
Adreno 630, Snapdragon 845, 6.3", 0.184 kg
Google Pixel 3
Adreno 630, Snapdragon 845, 5.5", 0.148 kg
Google Pixel XL 2
Adreno 540, Snapdragon 835, 6", 0.175 kg
Google Pixel 2
Adreno 540, Snapdragon 835, 5", 0.143 kg
Google Pixel XL 2016
Adreno 530, Snapdragon 821 MSM8996 Pro, 5.5", 0.168 kg
Google Pixel 2016
Adreno 530, Snapdragon 820 MSM8996, 5", 0.143 kg
Google Nexus 5X
Adreno 418, Snapdragon 808 MSM8992, 5.2", 0.136 kg
Google Nexus 6P
Adreno 430, Snapdragon 810 MSM8994, 5.7", 0.178 kg

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Google Pixel Slate, Core m3
UHD Graphics 615, Core m3 8100Y, 12.3", 0.725 kg
Google Pixel Slate, Core i5
UHD Graphics 615, Core i5 8200Y, 12.3", 0.721 kg
Google Pixel Slate, i7
UHD Graphics 615, Core i7 8500Y, 12.3", 0.725 kg
Google Pixelbook
HD Graphics 615, Core i5 7Y57, 12.3", 1.25 kg
Google Pixel C
Tegra X1 Maxwell GPU, Tegra X1, 10.2", 0.517 kg
Google Chromebook Pixel 2015
HD Graphics 5500, Core i5 5200U, 13", 1.5 kg
Google Nexus 9
GeForce ULP K1 (Tegra K1 Kepler GPU), Tegra K1 (Denver), 8.9", 0.422 kg
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Stefan Hinum (Update: 2014-10-21)