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It’s not an unreasonable expectation that a new phone should be faster than its predecessor and in the case of the Nexus 6, it’s definitely a more powerful device than the Nexus 5. Unfortunately, a decision by Google with Android 5.0, also known as “Lollipop”, the gadget isn’t running anywhere near as quickly as it should, according to tech review site Anandtech.
Google’s much-rumoured Nexus 6 Android phone is now official. The 5.96-inch phone, produced by Motorola, will be one of the first devices to run Android Lollipop (Android 5.0, previously known as Android L). The big question is: when will Australians see it?
Much like smartphones, tablets are fast becoming a must-have device, rather than a pleasant novelty. The problem, then, is deciding which one to buy, considering all the different brands, dimensions and hardware configurations. A solid choice is Google’s Nexus 10, which you can pick up right now from the US for $323.
Regardless of the gadget or software, the default option when “English (Australia)” isn’t available is “English (UK)” or similar. And that’s usually good enough… but not always. Such is the case with Google’s Nexus 5, which leaves local users who are particular about their language settings in the lurch. Fortunately, there is something you can do about it.