The Nexus 6 is Google's latest attempt at rivalling the likes of the iPhone 6 and Samsung Galaxy S5 in the ultra-competitive smartphone market.
Built by Motorola, the Nexus 6 will hit the market in the coming weeks and demand is likely to be high, even if prices do start at £499.
To assess its chances, V3 has listed six of the best features that could sway buyers looking for a new device.
1. High quality screen
The Nexus 6 is clearly looking to match the iPhone 6 Plus and Galaxy Note 4 in the display department with a whopping 5.96in screen.
Despite this large size, the Google Nexus 9 boasts a pixel density of 493ppi, thanks to its 2560x1440 QHD resolution, which, although not quite as dense as on the LG G3 and Galaxy Note 4, should make the Nexus 6 one of the sharpest smartphones on the market.
What's more, the Amoled display is likely to be unrivalled when it comes to vibrancy, and means the screen should not place too much of a drain on the battery.
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