The new Google Smartphone, cialis the Nexus 6, has finally been unveiled to consumers and becomes available in stores this month. Even though Google Smartphones may not have as many fans as Apple’s iPhone, people still have a growing interest in the company itself and the products it releases. The Nexus 6 appears to be just as expensive as a new iPhone, with a retail price tag of $649. You will be able to choose from five major phone carriers; AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, Verizon and US Cellular. With Google’s previous Smartphones, they only sold it through T-Mobile. But on the upside, you are not required to have a two-year contract with any phone service provider of the Nexus 6. It still has consumers a little unhappy though because the Nexus 6 price tag is $300 more than the previous Nexus 5, which was only $349 without contract.
The significant increase in price of the Nexus 6 might have something to do with its bigger 5.9 inch screen. This is even 0.4 inches larger than the iPhone 6’s 5.5 inch screen and 0.2 inches bigger than the Galaxy Note 4’s 5.7 inch screen. In fact, it is one inch less than the Nexus 7 tablet, which makes consumers wonder if the Nexus 6 Smartphone should actually be called a Smartphone instead of a tablet. However, Google is calling it a Smartphone so that is what it will be. It has a 5.9 inch screen with 1440×2560 resolution, a 13 MP back camera, a 2 MP front camera and a battery with 3200 mAh. Best of all, it will have the most recent version of the Android operating system called “Android Lollipop.”
The Google Nexus 6 has been compared to the Motorola Moto X for their similarities in design and thinness. Even their bezels are thin too. Will this make Motorola users want to keep their Smartphone or switch over to Nexus 6? Some people say that Google’s brand name alone will cause people to switch over to their model, especially because of the screen quality. The only slump the company faces is their high price tag. The economy is still in trouble with people continuing to struggle to pay their bills. The idea that they will fork over $650 for the latest gadget sounds a bit unrealistic; however, that didn’t stop consumers from doing the same when the Apple iPhone 5s came out. With that release, Apple even introduced a cheaper model at the same time for those who were on a budget, but consumers still bought the more expensive one. Perhaps, this enthusiasm for getting the latest and highest quality Smartphone will make them purchase the Nexus 6 after all.