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Discussion in 'Motorola Nexus 6' started by dgstorm, Aug 19, 2015.
Which one of these phones are you most looking forward to?
Gotta be the N5.
I'm not really familiar with either company's phones, so I couldn't really be the judge. I liked the size of my N6 though...but LG makes some really good phones but should I give Huawei a chance...We'll see. I'm going to try and play with some demo models in the store.
I wonder if Verizon will allow them on their network. It took them forever to get the Nexus 6 on their network.
Better late then never.
I am not disagreeing with the comment directly, however I had an N6 shipped to me immediately after release (actually 4 of them), bought from Motorola direct. Opened the box, pulled out the sim tray, put my Verizon sim in, pushed it back in and it was fully active on Verizon that very same minute. I know they weren't "officially" supporting it, but they weren't preventing it either, so it's not really accurate to say they weren't "allow[ing]" them since they did allow those Google and Motorola versions with all radios installed onto their network, or perhaps better said, didn't "prevent" them from access to same.
No, they weren't offering one for purchase at the Phone Center Stores, but that's as close to not allowing them as they came, afaik.
While they did allow active sims to be used in the n6, you could not activate a n6 on their network. Had to use another device first.
Well that's a valid point and clears up the possible confusion. Thanks for that enlightenment.
I did use the SIM and still use the same SIM from my Note 4 "trimmed in with a nano SIM cutting tool" for my 64 GB white Nexus 6, which was a non Verizon variant. It worked and still works like a charm, it does say Nexus 6 in my Verizon account but non Verizon variant.
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The Huawei, because bigger is better. I heard the LG was going to be more affordable while the Huawei is going to be more high end. A Verizon rep told me that they are going to allow any phone on their network, as long as it works on their network.
I'm hoping the N6 is the phone I want to replace my Note II. I'm stuck with Verizon due to coverage where I live and ride, so I want a Nexus.