Do you realise there's no point to google releasing a 5inch stock android device ?
Moto X 2014
These are incredibly affordable devices running stock android or stock experience with relatively quick update cycles and you can bet 2015 will most likely see the ushering of many more affordable stock android devices from other OEMs
Did you guys know that there's no high end phablet device running stock android with the exception of that Sony GPE Z Ultra which isn't high end all the way.
And also note you can't half ass the phablet; look at the note 4 and look at the 6+, Google has been creating these awesome nexus devices at a loss for the last 2 years, its about time they made profit that would justify the nexus programme's existence.
Now stock android and Google is ready for primetime you can see this in the specs and software. Google wants to give you a great experience, so let them do it. it might cost more but it would be worth it.
The fast charging sold this phone for me, like done.
If you've used a note 4 or 3, this will be just fine for you.
like beta before the beta ???
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