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The Google Nexus 6

It’s a mammoth. With roughly the same footprint as the iPhone 6 Plus, although thicker. But it has a larger screen (5.96” vs 5.5”) and higher pixel count (1440x2560 vs 1080x1920) than the Apple device. The Nexus 6 departs from previous Nexus phones which always substantially undercut the competition on price. The Nexus 6 will retail for $649 for the 32GB version without contract which is on par with, or slightly lower than other large high-end phones (the iPhone 6 plus costs $749 for the 16GB version). You’ll also be able to buy the Nexus 6 subsidized from your carrier. The Nexus 6 is definitely not for me, but I know many who are interested in really large and powerful phones. This is it. Personally, I still hope there’s an upgrade to the cheaper and smaller Nexus 5 in the works.

The Nexus Player

A $99 connected puck for your TV running Google’s Android TV platform with Chromecast functionality, voice search and game controller support. And it runs Android apps*. My current solution with a standard Android box connected to my TV controlled with a wireless mouse works great. The Nexus Player looks even better. The ability to run Android apps on your TV is much more fun and useful than I would have thought. Will Apple match this with an Apple TV app store? Let’s see if the company has something to say about that at the Apple event later today.

Picture from PhoneArena

* Update: The jury is still out on whether or not you’ll be able to install/sideload standard Android apps on the Nexus Player. Damn.

Update 2: Developers must add a code snippet to existing apps as well as meet usability requirements before they can qualify as TV apps on Google Play. If sideloaded without the code snippet, apps will not appear in the TV user interface.

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Pictures of Droid Turbo’s retail packaging appear online

Verizon’s big DROID unveiling is coming up on Tuesday, but it looks like we won’t have to wait until then to see the Droid Turbo in its packaging. The device, which has a 5.2-inch 2560 x 1440 resolution IPS display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 procesor, 3GB RAM, 32GB storage and a 3900 mAh and either Android 4.4.4 or 5.0 Lollipop. (Conflicting reports on OS version exist.)

Nothing really special or noteworthy to see here, other than the fact that we’re coming closer and closer to the release of a new DROID device. Hit the break for more pictures below.



Via: Android Headlines
Source: @MotoFirmware

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