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Spec showdown: Google Nexus 6 vs. Samsung Galaxy Note 4

Mikael Ricknäs | Oct. 17, 2014
If you're on the lookout for a new Android smartphone with a big screen, the Motorola-manufactured Nexus 6 from Google and Samsung Electronics' Galaxy Note 4 are two hot possibilities.


The phones are kept up and running by a 3,220mAh battery. Both have battery saving and quick-charging features. Nexus 6 owners will be able boost battery life by up to six hours with only a 15 minute charge, according to Google. With the Note 4 users can go from an empty battery to half full in about 30 minutes, Samsung said.

Shipping and price

The Note 4 is already on sale in Korea, and will be available in 140 countries by the end of the month. The Nexus 6 will go on sale in 28 countries over the coming weeks, priced from $649 without a contract, according to Google. The Note 4's "regular price" is $826, according to AT&T. A full review of Samsung's phone is available here.


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