I'm not sure we can say that with certainty yet. Optical Image Stabilization is a big deal undeniably. But there are some other things going on under-the-hood that may make it a lesser experience overall than the iPhone 6. We won't know for sure until the reviews are out next week, and some of us ourselves have had a chance to play with both devices.
You are stupider for reading USA Today. You've been warned.
CoolI'll take a Nexus 6,at least it will have new features.
Optical image stabilization, superior battery life, and full HD are enough for me to wholeheartedly feel the Plus is better overall.In day to day use, I doubt you would be able to tell any performance difference other than the fact that the PLUS is harder to handle.
Until benchmarks show its slower, because it has to do a lot more processing.
I've been jealous of big Android phones for a long time. They are very nice, beautiful HD screens. I play with them at the store and then look at my puny 5 and have screen envy.
But iOS won me over. So I picked the 5. But I still had screen envy.
I'm glad Apple finally released a big phone with a real HD screen. Now I have the best of both worlds. HD and iOS.
1920x1080. About freaking time.
Another guy who buys into the SMALL differences Apple pointed out to sell the phone.Optical image stabilization, superior battery life, and full HD are enough for me to wholeheartedly feel the Plus is better overall.
Now, if the 6 also had a 1080p screen and OIS it would be a different story.