Google’s Nexus 6 is official and we at last have all of the information on the newest pure Android phone out of Mountain View. It isn’t the only muscular smartphone on the market; however, with the Galaxy Note 4 launching later on this week there is a lot of judgments that required to be made. Perceptibly this is more than a TouchWiz vs. pure Android showdown, nevertheless, and we want to show how the two phones compare by specs and features in them. That is why we have formed the comparison review regarding Google Nexus 6 VS Note 4.
To persuade specs addicts in present days, any really large smartphone requires a 2K screen. Both the Note 4 and Nexus 6 have precisely that, with identical resolutions of 2560×1440. Being vaguely smaller, the 5.7inches Note 4 has higher pixels per inch add up of 515ppi to the 5.96in Nexus 6’s 493ppi. You are improbable to notice that dissimilarity in everyday use. Although both are also AMOLED, Gorilla Glass 3 panels.
As with display, it’s difficult to make a call on this round without really putting both phones through their swiftness. In our concrete time with the Note 4 we were frightened with the blast it took, but until we notice what the Nexus 6 is competent of anything we state here will be a bit of an estimate. Then once more, that’s what we are paid for, in which case the Note 4’s superior megapixel adds up just roll it on specs alone.
Both should be immense through blacks, superb vivid in daylight and leaning towards the ultra-bright in terms of colors. Google Nexus 6 has a 13 megapixel sensor having f/2 lens with optical image stabilization which should help it capture enhanced shots in reduced light. A double LED ring flash light should too assist in that regard, whilst on the video side it can make 4K video recording at 30fps.
It also has a front camera of 2 megapixels for video calling and selfie purposes WhileThe Note 4’s also had an upgraded over its predecessors it has a 16MP rear and 3.7MP front camera and like the Nexus 6 it has also built-in image stabilization feature and 4K video recording at 30fps.
Both of these phones run on quad-core Snapdragon 805 processors regulator at 2.7GHz. We have not been able to target either phone up till now, but we believe that the Nexus 6 will be a little quicker; it operates pure Android Lollipop, which should be as efficient as a Brylcreemed weasel, while the Note 4 has to run with Samsung’s TouchWiz which is not-so-perfect.
The Note 4 has an improvement in terms of storage while it only comes in a single 32GB model, it has expandable microSD slot you could add up to 128GB. The Nexus 6 comes with 32GB and 64GB choices, but neither is expandable. Yet, 64GB will be sufficient for most people, and we do believe that the Nexus6 is probable to be just a slight quicker in use. For that basis, we are giving this round to Google.