The rumors came from afar and were not unfounded by very skeptical some, were as Google wanted to attack the range of phablets with a Nexus device and Motorola was the chosen manufacturer to do so.
Finally, the past 15 October met officially Nexus 6, designed between Motorola and Google with a clear essence to the terminals of the American manufacturer, especially with some resemblance to the new Moto X, although overgrown until the 5.96 inches.
Wasn’t the Nexus that most expected far, especially since Google made clear that there would be a new smartphone Nexus smartphone, at least this year, clear-minded because they would continue betting on the Nexus 5 as such.
A strange movement, justified from Mountain View by the need to launch a device for each user, in different sizes and flavors that give depth and capacity of choice to those who wagered by Nexus terminal.
Our hopes ended up dying When we met the price of the new Nexus 6, as a large-format terminal could welcome him enthusiastically, but by its enormous cast of hardware capabilities, by having the latest version of Android in a phablet of the highest range.
However, it is difficult to accept it at any price and with a dramatic change in the policy of the Nexus, that device sales they had always maintained groundbreaking prices Until now.
The surprise of Motorola moto Maxx or Droid Turbo,
Leaks prior to the presentation of the Nexus 6 were confusing, especially for data crossed between two devices that looked the same but were not.
The first of them, known as “Shamu” and with 6 inch screen ended up being the anticipated Nexus 6, while the other with 5.2 screen inch just by knowing him a few weeks later as Motorola Droid Turbo or Moto Maxx in the United States and South America respectively.
This Moto Maxx was the big surprise of Motorola, its firm commitment to the high range with a smartphone “to use” format and impressive specifications, in an enclosure design and materials care the most. A smartphone that we estusiasma and that, without a doubt, It is already among the best in this 2014.
Is this the Nexus that we hoped for?
Certainly is, as the Maxx bike – or Motorola Droid Turbo – is a round terminal, made of aluminum and fiberglass, with a rear of Ballistic Nylon or Kevlar and water resistance and dust. On the front we find a glass Corning Gorilla Glass 3.
In terms of hardware has it all, from your SuperAMOLED screen of 5.2 inches with resolution QHD until your chipset Qualcomm Snapdragon 805, through the 3 GB of RAM and 32 or 64 GB of storage internal, that other, non-expandable.
The multimedia part is well covered despite not having optical stabilizer on your main camera, riding a 21 megapixel sensor with dual-LED flash and f/2.0 aperture, in addition to recording video 4 K to 24 frames per second. Another 2 megapixel camera on the front complete cast.
All spiced by connectivity full to XLTE, WiFi, aGPS, NFC and Bluetooth 4.0, in addition to a generous battery with a capacity of 3,900 mAh that fits perfectly in its casing 73.3 x 143.5 x 7.8 mm, 8.3 mm thick Ballistic Nylon version.
Your problem? That at the moment not be sell in Spain, because you will imminently reach the United States – exclusively with Verizon – and South America at a price around 550 euros, with Android 4.4 free Kit Kat but with the promise to be among the first devices to receive 5.0 Lollipop.
And to you, not would have liked a Nexus like this Moto Maxx?