Google Nexus 6 features
Google launched the brand new Nexus 6 smartphone remaining week, in-built partnership with Motorola. The brand new Nexus smartphone is for sure in keeping with the second-generation Moto X (overview pictures) and looks like an elongated model of the handset.
Now, a leaked Android 5.0 Lollipop construct for the Google Nexus 6 tips that the smartphone no longer only borrows the design but also a feature from the Motorola’s Moto X. Known as ‘Ambient display’ mode, the feature was noticed by a Google+ consumer.
The noticed new characteristic is positioned underneath show settings choice with description that says, “Wake monitor when tool picked up or notifications arrive” and is also accompanied through an method to turn Ambient display on or off.
Reportedly, the leaked screenshot comes from a Nexus 4 smartphone that’s running a leaked construct of Android 5.0 Lollipop for the Nexus 6.
The function noticed in the screenshot is reminiscent to Motorola’s Moto show (up to now active show) already viewed on the Moto X and Moto X (Gen 2). The Moto show uses infrared sensors to become aware of when the user’s hand is hovering over the cellphone, and triggers a show exhibiting notifications and actions. Motorola had even touted (at the first-generation Moto X launch) that the feature labored without significantly affecting the instrument’s battery life.
Google Nexus 6 Features Moto X-Like ‘Ambient Display’ Feature
Apparently, this kind of characteristic used to be first used by Nokia on its Lumia handsets, and at present is dubbed look reveal, showing notifications on the lock reveal when the telephone goes into standby. The feature can also be left permanently on, made to turn on intermittently, and or prompt when the consumer’s hand hovers over the cellphone – known as peek extra.
Google defines the Ambient show operate in overview part of the Android 5.0 Lollipop and notes, “Your instrument will wake up as quickly as you pick it up or faucet the monitor twice.”
Android Police factors out that Google mentions the ‘Ambient display’ characteristic in the Nexus 6 list; on the other hand doesn’t provide any element. The listing notes that the standby time of the Nexus 6 when Ambient show function is on will probably be as much as 250 hours, whereas it’ll be as much as 330 hours when the feature is off.
The Motorola-made Google Nexus 6 can be going up for pre-order beginning October 29, in keeping with the Google Play US list. The Nexus 6 is yet to be listed on the Google Play India retailer.