Complete Review Of Google Nexus 6P, The Best Android Smartphone Ever Made

To make sure all is set for the new year, every major phone maker has refreshed its flagship phone lineup this year, including Samsung, Apple, Gionee, and even Microsoft are not left behind, and Google on their part couldn't stay away from this appealing side of the market and worked with Huawei to come up with the
Nexus 6P. Of course in essence the best of the best when it comes to Android, Nexus 6P is an impressive
smartphone when looking at the specs direction. The 5.7-inches AMOLED display, coupled with the Gorilla Glass 4, Snapdragon 810, 3GB of RAM and up to 128GB of storage space, with a 12.3-megapixel camera employing a Sony IMX377 sensor with 1.55-inch pixels, an 8-megapixel front unit for selfies and video calls, also have a 3450 mAh battery that can certainly get you through the day if you ask me.

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Well this are the main selling point of a flagship device that ships with Android 6.0 Marshmallow and it's suppose to be the pioneer of the platform. Well after a couple of days with this Nexus 6P,  which if you ask me i can authoritatively say is a Huawei device, i have come to some very interesting conclusions, which i believe you will find detailed in my in-depth review which am likely to publish next week.

Having say that what you'll read below are my first impressions with the smartphone and could change in the
meantime.Well then first let me start with the design. Although Google have come to say the phone is all about premium quality, that can hardly be noticed at the first encounter. It looks nice, but nothing out of the ordinary.

It's made of  ''Aeronautical-grade Aluminum,'' as Google calls it ( but you can simple call it Aluminum which i believe is more accurate if you ask me), but the black version barely offers a metal feeling from my experience. Even some people i know have mistakenly said it's made of plastic, and the smartphone most likely feels plasticky when held in the hand.

Although the premium finish does exist5 when analyzing the device in depth, and Huawei certainly  focused on details that matter. The rear upper side of the phone that holds the camera is beautifully crafted on the smartphone ( but i have come to understand, however, that this is a love it or hate it feature- some like the little bump on the back, while others disagree). Overall, the device looks just like a flagship Android smartphone.

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And it's almost impossible to mistake it for a handset running iOS, Windows Phone or any other OS. But believe me it's pure Android smartphone. This display offers excellent quality, and colors are very bright and vivid. Contrast also is excellent, and watching YouTube videos is just a pleasure. The display really shines and is very responsive all the time.

The camera  of the device is very nice, but not the best i have seen. The Nexus 6P competes against the best phones on the market, including the iPhone 6s Plus, the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ ( also and Android ), and Microsoft Lumia 950 XL, have exquisite cameras. But i have found the Nexus 6P to shoot high-quality photo with good contrast and brightness, though they're not as great as those on the Edge+, take for example.

Colors are more vivid on the Samsung, but Nexus seem to shoot photos that are brighter. But i must say here it's faster when it comes to post-processing than the Lumia 950 XL, which if you ask me needs up to 4-5 seconds to complete the task. But again Nexus 6P is slower than the iPhone 6s Plus when processing HDR photos too.

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Talking about battery life, Nexuus battery life is decent, to say the least. On average, the device can last you through the day with absolutely no problem. Right now my test unit is at 40 percent on day 2 with moderate usage, so even if you're a heavy user i believe it should easily go for 24 hours. Next is the CPU. Nexus 6P comes with Snapdragon 810, which is exact same chip as on the Lumia 950 XL, Microsoft's new flagship device competing against Google's.

The device gets really hot when performing more demanding tasks, but it generally feels warm when browsing the web or even when chatting on WhatsApp or others. Also when watching a 4K video, for example. it feels warm most of the time, but it's also cooling very fast, definitely faster than the Lumia, which, as Microsoft on so many occasion, features a liquid-based cooling system (but not really or exactly liquid-based anyway, but is okay).

And yet the phone remains warm 90 percent of the time, and to get hotter when performing demanding tasks. But generally it cools down as fast as it gets hot, so it's up to you to judge that side if is a problem or not i leave that to you. Other than that, the device is one of the fastest devices i have tried in along time. Everything opens instantly, and the phone never seem to become slower.

If you like to mess with developer settings and disable the time needed for animations, it can basically feel like flying through menus. Indeed Nexus 6P seem to be a good candidate for the best flagship currently on the market, but seem this is a total review i will also include here that the device also has some downsides too.


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