That’s right, the Nexus 6 will have some protection against water. Motorola simply says “yes” it’s water resistant, without putting a figure on it.1. It’s water resistant
That shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise: Motorola has a history of adding water protection to devices, often opting for nano coating.
2. Qi wireless charging
it wasn’t stated, but the Nexus 6 supports wireless charging using the Qi standard. There’s a huge 3220mAh battery onboard and Android Lollipop is designed to give you more from the battery.
Again, don’t be shocked: the Nexus 5 also supported wireless charging.
3. There’s 3GB of RAM
With a 2.7GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 chipset and 3GB of RAM, the Nexus 6 has one of the most up-to-date load outs out there – it matches the hardware of the Galaxy Note 4.It’s going to be blisteringly fast, but this time around you pay for that power, the$649 price means it loses its affordable charm.
4. There’s 4K video capture
The Nexus 6 offers 4K video capture at 30fps. That’s great as you’ll be able to play that rich video back on that 2560 x 1440 display and it will look stunning. Even better, Android Lollipop has HEVC support, so streaming UHD content should also be possible. The Nexus 6 certainly has an eye on the future.
5. Motorola’s Turbo Charger
In the box you’ll get Moto’s Turbo Charger. This will let you get 6-hours of juice into your Nexus 6 in just 15 minutes. That’s perfect for those moments when you’re running low on battery, but can’t stop to give it a full charge. Fifteen minutes while you have a coffee will see you both refreshed and ready to face the rest of the day. However, this only works when your battery level is already quite low – it’s for emergency battery situations.