When it comes to big-smartphones (aka phablets), the Samsung Galaxy Note series still reigns supreme but the new Google Nexus 6 is certainly a solid competitor, despite its lack of a stylus. Curious as to how the two devices stack up against one another? A new video from Carphone Warehouse gives us a quick comparison of the two devices.
Considering its only a minute and 46-seconds, don’t expect a lot of detail here, but it’s still a nice video. It’s worth mentioning that the side-by-side shows that the Nexus 6 is clearly bigger than Samsung’s Note 4, though not significantly so.
Honestly, it’s really hard to say which phone is the better here. They both have excellent hardware, but their approach to software and features are dramatically different. The Nexus 6 totes a stock Android approach and leaves out special features like fingerprint readers and HRMs, in order to provide a pure Android experience that is smooth and as bloat free as possible. In contrast, the Note 4 is jammed full of software features and special sensors. It all comes down to which approach fits you the best.
So what do you think, which device to you feel is the better monster-sized phone? Let us know in the comments!