Google Nexus 6 Vs Apple iPhone 6 Plus

The market for big screen smartphones or phablets has seen a new curve this year with the unexpected launch of iPhone 6 Plus, a phablet, by Apple which always went against the bigger screens and then we got Galaxy Note 4 by Samsung and the Google Nexus 6 sealed the market for big screen phablets.

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While you can read a detailed comparison on Google Nexus 6 Vs Apple iPhone 6 Vs Galaxy Note 4 here. We have brought to you a video comparison of Apple iPhone 6 Plus and Google Nexus 6. The video shows how Google Nexus 6 performs better as compared to Apple iPhone 6 Plus becuase of its 3GB internal memory as compared to 1GB memory of iPhone 6 Plus but it has already been discussed that iOS with lesser memory performs better as compared to Android because of the different garbage collection mechanism in both Mobile Operating systems.

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The other plus point of iPhone 6 Plus is of using it with One hand despite its bigger size and Apple made it possible with the unique design of iPhone 6 Plus.

In terms of software, the video shared on YouTube by DOM ESPOSITO gives both the device equal marks. In this case he says, since Nexus 6 runs the cleaner, bloatware-free stock version of Android 5.0 Lollipop so he would give equal marks to both the device.

In terms of weight If you are willing to use smart phone of lighter weight the iPhone 6 Plus is better than the Nexus 6. Because iPhone 6 Plus is 7 percent lighter than the Nexus 6 as iPhone 6 Plus weight is 172 gram in comparison of Nexus 6’s weight which is 184 gram.

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When comparing the cameras of both devices, Google Nexus 6 is a clear winner because of having 13MP camera with it but in bright environments, it will be difficult for you to decide who is the clear winner.

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