You’ve probably heard by now what AT&T has done to the Nexus 6. Despite Nexus devices being meant to be stock and unaltered, that’s never stopped carriers. With custom ringtones, pre-loaded apps, disabled tethering, and a SIM lock, the AT&T Nexus 6 is pretty heavily modified.
T-Mobile took to Google+ to brag about its Nexus 6, which is stock in every way but one. It’s entirely unbranded and has only one pre-loaded app, instead of saddling you with tons of apps like Yellow Pages and Uber that you’ll never use. The only app that’s pre-loaded is MyAccount, which will be useful to T-Mobile customers. And if you don’t want it, it’s completely removable.
T-Mobile is once again proving itself to be very customer-friendly, doing exactly what its subscribers want instead of messing with devices for its own profit. Good on T-Mobile for doing this right. What are your thoughts on the Nexus 6 bloatware situation? Leave a comment!