Ok, So the Nexus 6 score so far:+Gizmodo
Bitches about it, but loves it.+Ars Technica
Too Ron Amadeoy. (bitches about dumb shit, is personally biased against large phones and can't get out of his own way when reviewing) However... he did point out slow storage as being a problem. Something I HATE
about Asus devices. They use cheap slow storage. This could just be because he didn't bother applying the software update though because he's Ron Amadeo and he carries his personal bias into reviews. +IBTimes UK
Who cares+The Verge
When sites have shown repeatedly that they are very highly biased, there is absolutely NO POINT in listening to what they have to say about anything, unless you are planning to pick on them. Even if they are saying what you want to hear.+Forbes
So far (surprisingly) has the best review. +Gordon Kelly
really nailed it. He wasn't biased. He was honest about shortcomings that might matter to people, and he didn't exaggerate the camera shortfalls. For all the world, it's looking like the camera is about as good as the iPhone 5S camera, which is pretty decent. +Wall Street Journal
Too many technical mistakes to take their review seriously. They need to hire a better staff tech reviewer.+TechCrunch
Won't stop talking about how huge it is. They need to hire a man to review their phones. +GSMArena
is adorable. They actually apologize for not doing a technical enough review, then do the most technical review. It's wonderfully bereft of flowery bullshit because they aren't trying to win some writing award. This review plus the Forbes review will probably be enough for anyone. Just really well done. +Computerworld
as usual nailed their review. They have the excellent +JR Raphael
writing it, so that's not surprising. He may have fanboyed things a tiny tiny bit here and there, but overall just a great review. +PhoneArena
apparently didn't know how to disable auto brightness, so they screwed up their maximum brightness measurement and are disqualified. +SlashGear
Did a good solid review. They mentioned that the built in AutoAwesome is really great, and fixes most messed up images with a tap, which I really appreciated finding out.
TODAY I'm going to decide if I get the N6, The Z3, or the Moto X. I don't consider any other phones worth owning right now.