Google Nexus phones are favourites with connoisseurs. But with an impressively sized 6" screen, rich stereo sound, plenty of power and the newest Lollipop version of Android, this excellent smartphone has got something to appeal to everyone.
At the heart of the Nexus 6 is a vast screen, which is large enough to make working on the go a breeze. And because it packs in lots of pixels despite its large dimensions, it's just as good for watching movies and YouTube clips while you're on the go.
Gamer? The Nexus 6 has got you covered too. The Adreno processor handles graphics with aplomb for the kind of immersive gaming experience that's usually reserved for games consoles. And augmenting this phone's entertainment credentials further are dual-front facing speakers that serve up excellent sound.
Keeping things ticking over is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 quad-core 2.7GHz processor, which is powerful enough to ensure you get a feeling of real snap when you're zipping through menus and multi-tasking. Teamed with super-fast 4G, the result is a smartphone that must be a contender for the fastest on the market.
Google has also equipped the Nexus 6 with a 13-megapixel camera, optical image stabilisation technology and a f2.0 lens. And this handset's imaging capabilities are further enhanced by HDR+ and advanced computational photography technology that should help even less able photographers take great snaps.
Other features of the Nexus 6 include a two-megapixel camera, 64GB of internal storage and a hard-wearing Corning Gorilla Glass screen.
In a bid to tackle the long-standing problem of smartphones' disappointing longevity, a large 3220mAh battery is on board. This has been optimised to enable users to get up to six hours use from 15 minutes of charging or up to 24 hours when the battery is fully charged.