"The obvious benefit is that the screen makes practically every activity more enjoyable. Websites look amazing on that display, and you'll almost certainly toggle to the desktop mode whenever the browser defaults to mobile. In fact, the Nexus 6's screen has a higher resolution than the laptop on which I'm typing this right now. Watching movies and viewing images is also a joy on this screen, and games look a million times more impressive, too. Even when moving from the Nexus 5, which, as we've touched upon, was hardly a small-screen experience, the difference is remarkable.
I'm now well into my second week with the Nexus 6 and I find it almost laughable that I had any problems with the size at all. Granted, there are moments when I'm reminded of how huge this handset is –– usually when I make a call in public and someone comments on the epic proportions of the phone, or when I'm trying to take a photo and I have to carefully cradle the device in one hand –– but on the whole, the Nexus 6 now feels as natural in my hands and my pockets as the Nexus 5 did. "