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11 Best Nexus 6 Accessories



Google’s brand new Nexus 6 smartphone has only been available for under two months but is already one of the most popular and sought after Android smartphones available today. And while official accessories from Google or Motorola are hard to come by, there are still tons of options and accessories worth buying for Google’s latest Nexus flagship smartphone.

The Nexus 6 is an extremely popular smartphone and has a lot of excellent features. From the stunning 5.96-inch Quad-HD display to the front facing speakers and more. Not to mention running the latest Android 5.0 Lollipop software update from Google.

Read: 5 Cheap Nexus 6 Alternatives

Since being released in the middle of November the Nexus 6 has been released on all major carriers in the United States except for Verizon, and is readily available in multiple regions around the globe. It has a lot to offer, but those who are looking for additional features, functions or uses will want to check out our list of some of the best Nexus 6 accessories available today.


Most of these accessories are relatively low cost and won’t break the bank, but will add things like a kickstand built into a case, improved sound with bluetooth speakers, car docks for safe driving and easier navigation, and much much more.

Read: Nexus 6 Review

If you’ve been debating whether or not to buy the new Nexus 6 our review above should help you make up your mind. It’s an impressive smartphone with plenty to offer if you can get past the size, and will be Google’s go-to flagship smartphone for at least another year, or longer.

That said, you’re here because you’ve probably already bought the Nexus 6 from the Play Store,, or from your carrier of choice and are looking for accessories to do more with your new device. There may not be as many options as those with a Galaxy S5 or iPhone 6, but 3rd party manufacturers still have plenty to offer. With the holiday season over and many people having gift cards you’ll want to buy a few of the accessories below.

Nexus 6 Cases

Nexus 6 Cases

 Having a huge 5.96-inch smartphone can be a bit daunting for some, but once you get over the sheer size you'll love having a big screen. That said, you'll need to protect it with a case. We've covered plenty already, and below are some of our favorites. Plenty of cases come with kickstands too, perfect for watching movies and enjoying those front facing speakers.

Read: Best Nexus 6 Cases

Caseology isn't a household name, but they have durable and quality TPU cases for almost all smartphones. The thin Caseology Nexus 6 cover wraps around the edges to protect the screen, and made 100% of TPU. Making it thin, lightweight, and durable. It comes in five different colors. Available now.

Caseology Nexus 6 - Buy for $6.99

More options can be found here.



  1. Royce Edward Barber

    12/31/2014 at 11:11 pm

    I love Android but does it still SUCK at using a bluetooth mouse. Nexus7’s and numerous other Android devices simply can’t use a bluetooth keyboard and mouse at the same time. In Google’s typical fashion, they ignore the issue and say it’s supported. Well it’s NOT.

  2. Jay

    01/07/2015 at 8:15 pm

    Android 5.0 ruined my Nexus 7 (2012). Every browser I tried hangs while scrolling. System reboots happen at least once in a couple of hours. It has ruined my life !! HELP !!! I start to cry when I see KitKat running on my friend’s tablet. Oh, how I miss it !!!!

    • Cody

      01/17/2015 at 11:26 pm

      Then out kitkat back on your device? Its really not hard to do. Download nexus root toolkit, unlock your device, then root, then download a KitKat ROM of your choice and flash. Easy does it.

  3. onetruefriend

    02/20/2015 at 3:21 pm

    I could cry, too.
    Nexus 7 was working beautifully.
    Then this update wrecked everything.
    I am amazed that nexus could be so careless with an update.
    Will think twice about buying Nexus again.
    I am too inexperienced to try Cody’s remedy, and I don’t want to
    make a bad situation worse.
    On the positive side, I find this to be an excellent site.

  4. Erik Prince

    02/24/2015 at 9:00 am

    Are you kidding me the Lollipop problems are few, the author is blind, doesn’t use Lollipop, or the author is just eating the bullshit the Development team is feeding him. The 5.0.2 update has deemed the nexus7 unusable I’m wishing I didn’t update at all. it’s absolutely horrible.

  5. Nexus 6 user

    03/12/2015 at 11:15 pm

    Did this writer even bother using any of these products? Half of these can work with any smartphone, and some of these won’t even work with the nexus 6. The nexus 6 is almost 6 inches so you will have to make do with things that are made for the size of the note 4 and iPhone 6 plus, and also two of the products that are shown will interfere with the power and volume buttons on the side because they are in the middle, this was just an article written to have people visit the site, this article is trash.

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