It’s just too large for my liking, every person has a certain screen size limit they’re uncomfortable going over. For me it’s 5.2 inches, I found that out after using the LG G3, it’s just too big and when I go back to using my 5.2 inch LG G2 it just feels better, so I can’t start to imagine a 6 inch screen.
Having said that I think it’s the best looking Nexus ever to be released. To me, the QHD is irrelevant, it takes more battery life while slightly giving you a crisper screen. I’d rather stick to 1080p HD and get hours more of battery life.
Loving the big battery, although LG decided to stick to 3,000 mAh on their latest flagship, the Nexus 6 went all in with 3,220 mAh of battery juice. The turbo charging is really handy too, I guess it can charge faster than 2.0 amp per minute? Never seen a phone do that before.
I’m okay with the improvements on Android Lollipop, I don’t see it as a break-through, I haven’t spotted any clever new features. I’m still waiting on LG to announce when they’re going to release Android Lollipop on the LG G3, hoping to have a more smoother interface.