This week Google announced its impressive new Nexus 6P, and it’s available for pre-order right now. As a result many user are weighing all of their options when it comes to phones this big. Another great 5.7-inch device with nearly stock Android is the Moto X Pure Edition (3rd Gen) and below are a few key differences for potential buyers.
Motorola announced the Moto X back in July, but it didn’t go up for pre-order until early September and is still just barely shipping to buyers. It’s available now though, in stores and customizable online, and it’s a great option when compared to the Nexus 6P.
The Moto X Pure Edition is the first big Moto X, coming in at 5.7-inches, but there’s also a first with Google The Huawei Nexus 6P is Google’s first all aluminum phone, and it also has a beautiful 5.7-inch HD display. It’s a premium Nexus smartphone unlike any before it. Prospective buyers will want to read on for all the details about both smartphones, then choose what’s right for them.
Both the Moto X Pure Edition and the new Nexus 6P are excellent Android smartphones with big screens, nearly stock software, promised quick updates, great cameras, and are wallet-friendly phones. It’s this, that makes the choice so hard for many potential buyers.
Deciding between something like the 5.7-inch Galaxy Note 5 is easier, as it’s nearly double the cost, but the Nexus 6P and Moto X are very similar in multiple ways.
At this point we know everything about the Moto X Pure Edition, as it was released last week and is shipping to eager buyers as we speak. The Nexus 6P though, is only up for pre-order and not yet in the hands of buyers. As a result, we can’t make any recommendations yet, but we can break down some important details for those considering on vs the other.
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