I'm upgrading from a nexus 6 and I enjoyed it a lot. I'd like a slightly smaller screen though recommendations?
One Plus 2
Wait a while until this year flagship tier device come. Then you'll be able to get a phone for either cheap or a better phone than last year.
Don't go for unknown, never heard Chinese crap.
Don't get pussy phone - iPhone and Windows.
You should buy the Nokia N950/N9 with Meego, it has an Amoled + Clearblack screen that no other phone matches and Meego, a GNU/Linux distro has the best UX in a phone and it doesn't lag
I'd say the current best phone on the market is the 6p, although it does have some problems with the build quality (bending, glass on back shatters for no reason, side starts to peel off, etc.) They're probably pretty rare, but it's something you should know about before getting it.
If you don't want to spend that much money then I'd recommend the Moto X Pure Edition. It's VERY similar to the nexus 6 in size and build quality. It's also much cheaper than the nexus 6p, so that's another plus.
Coming from a nexus 6 though, I wouldn't even recommend any other phone than these two.
>'upgrading' from a 1-year-old smartphone
>Lots of developer support
>Good camera (relative to most other phones)
>High pixel density/resolution
>Screen can get very dim or very bright
>Breaks pretty easily
>Screen is LCD not AMOLED
>Low light pictures aren't that great
Basically if you don't need a ridiculously nice camera and you're going to be using a case, it's a perfect phone. It's cheaper than most of it's competitors also.
Nexus 6 owner here, I got mine when it released and it has been a sweet phone up until recently when the battery life started going to shit. I would keep it if it wasn't for the bad battery life now since it's still fast enough to use.
Not a huge fan of Samsung but I do like the Galaxy S series. Any news on the S7 Edge+ and if it'll have USB type C?
Camera is not quite on par with iPhone 6s+ or the latest Nexuses, but it's damned good. Also no fingerprint sensor, which, as an iPhone user, I'd say is way more useful than I'd have thought, but XPure is still a better Android device than either of the latest Nexuses.
Pretty sure every phone would bend if you try hard enough. I'm not a retard who would bend his phone though. Never had it be an issue with any other large phones and this feels solid as fuck and has zero flex.