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Jan 26, 2015, 8:04 PM
over in the "T-Mobile to Add 700MHz Support to Select Phones" discussion:

Would that also include Z3 Compacts?

Is a software update enabling previously-unstated band support?
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Nov 13, 2014, 12:38 AM
over in the "Review: Google Nexus 6" discussion:

N6 screen sharper then Note 4?

I call B.S. The N6 has 493 ppi and the Note 4 has 518. I'll compare the two in the store when I can
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Oct 29, 2014, 3:58 PM
over in the "Hands-On: Google Nexus 6" discussion:

The bigger the phone...

The more the need for a removable battery and expandable storage goes up. I'll pass.
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Doom Wolf

Oct 29, 2014, 4:58 PM
over in the "Hands-On: Google Nexus 6" discussion:

"Give me more time, and I'm sure I'll find something to complain about."

Never read that before on an iPhone review, nor the "Sadly, the back panel cannot be removed.".
Guess you didn't bother to fully test iOS 8 neither, since it came up with bugs after bugs, to which Apple released updates to fix them and I never read this on P.S.
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Oct 30, 2014, 7:37 PM
over in the "Lenovo Completes Acquisition of Motorola" discussion:


Does anyone know if they gonna keep manufacturing the phones on the us or they gonna move the manufacturing to china?
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Oct 29, 2014, 7:39 PM
over in the "Hands-On: Google Nexus 6" discussion:


I don't understand why reviewers feel the need to offer their opinion about a particular phone being too big (or too small). It's certainly valid to say it's "really, really big", but whether or not "some people may not like that" is irrelevant. The consumer will decide on their own. One-handed operation is not really that common from what I have observed. Maybe if you still use a flip phone, but that's a pretty small percentage.
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Oct 29, 2014, 6:39 PM
over in the "Hands-On: Google Nexus 6" discussion:

I'm getting the Moto X

This phone is absolutely amazing when it comes to features, however imagine lugging this thing around, ESPECIALLY with a case on it. It's going to be crazy trying to fit it in your pocket and you'll have to be extremely careful not to drop it.
Doom Wolf

Oct 29, 2014, 5:00 PM
over in the "Hands-On: Google Nexus 6" discussion:

Quick Charge Question

In this article it reads: "Plugging the phone in for just 15 minutes will add six hour of life to the battery. That's pretty good."

But in a previous article it reads: "It can deliver 8 hours of up-time after being charged for just 15 minutes." (Link: https://www.phonescoop.com/articles/article.p hp?a=14807)

Which one is correct?

It's still very impressive that a 15 minute Quick Charge will add more than 4 hours of juice, but I'd just like to get things right.

Oct 17, 2014, 6:04 PM
over in the "Google Publishes Android 5.0 Preview, Updates SDK" discussion:

Waiting for someone to tell me if SD cards are still crippled

No clear info out there yet. Unless fixed, the planned behavior was no edit/delete access to the SD card for any apps not included in the OS (ie, 3rd-party photo editor can't edit/save/rename files), and the OS will delete files it considers related to any apps you uninstall without notifying you (ie, save a photo with a photo editor and it remains trapped in a section which will be deleted if the app is uninstalled).
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Oct 16, 2014, 7:15 AM
over in the "Google Shows Off Nexus 6 Smartphone, Nexus 9 Tablet" discussion:


... makes the Nexus 6 a non-starter for me.

The advantage of the previous Nexus phones (the N4 and N5 in particular) was that they has top tier specifications at a reasonable price and came unlocked. With a $650 price tag, there is little to distinguish the Nexus 6 from the Galaxy Note 4 or LG G3, besides the "pure Android" experience (which I can get by loading the Google Now launcher).

I was looking to upgrade my N5-- I love the phone, just not thrilled with the battery life. I think I will wait a few months until CM is available for the Note 4 or G3 and buy one of them instead.
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Oct 15, 2014, 11:45 AM
over in the "Google Shows Off Nexus 6 Smartphone, Nexus 9 Tablet" discussion:


Excellent apps and software.
Just remember, with Google absolutely NOTHING is private.
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