Nexus 6Pby Google

  • Nexus 6P
  • Nexus 6P
  • Nexus 6P
  • Nexus 6P
  • Nexus 6P
TECHWALLA
VERDICT
A definite buy! This is among the best in its class.
88%
TECHWALLA SCORE
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PROS

  • The Nexus 6P display is tough and good looking. and the 12.3-megapixel front and 8-megapixel rear cameras work well.
  • Samsung used a reversible USB Type-C connector for convenience and fast charging.
  • The 6P is powered by a 2.0 GHz octa-core 64-bit processor.

CONS

  • The Nexus 6P has no microSD card slot and no wireless charging,
  • The USB Type-C isn't quite standard yet, so you'll need to buy extra cables or chargers.
  • The power button is overly sensitive and on the same side of the phone as the volume control.
Google’s Nexus 6P phone brings Android purists to their happy place. With an unmodified version of Marshmallow 6 and the unlocked hardware, you can connect to almost any cell provider. Built by Huawei, the Nexus’s 5.7-inch display and all-metal body feels good in your hand. With a Qualcomm octa-core Snapdragen 2 Ghz CPU and 3GB of memory, the Nexus 6P performs great with apps and services. Slimmer than its brother the Nexus 5X, the Nexus 6P has stereo front-facing speakers, and a 12.3-megapixel rear camera that shoots HD 4K video, as well as 240 frames-per-second slow motion. For selfies, there’s an 8.0-megapixel front-facing camera. While there’s no microSD card, you can choose between 32GB or 64GB storage in a choice of aluminum, charcoal, or frost colors.
NameNexus 6PGalaxy Note 4Nexus 6Moto X Pure EditionNexus 5X
ManufacturerGoogleSamsungGoogleMotorolaGoogle
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Paired with 3GB of RAM, the Nexus 6P is comfortably one of the fastest Android phones around.

Paired with 3GB of RAM, the Nexus 6P is comfortably one of the fastest Android phones around.

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100%

Google says the ‘P’ in the name stands for premium, and it’s pretty clear there are no half measures in this phone.

Google says the ‘P’ in the name stands for premium, and it’s pretty clear there are no half measures in this phone.

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90%

There's a lot to like about Nexus 6. I'm a sucker for Android Lollipop and it looks great on this bright, 6-inch AMOLED display. It's not fi…

There's a lot to like about Nexus 6. I'm a sucker for Android Lollipop and it looks great on this bright, 6-inch AMOLED display. It's not filled with all of the pre-installed apps I never use.

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88%

This is a Nexus phone, and it's also a premium phone. It's nice to finally be able to say that.

This is a Nexus phone, and it's also a premium phone. It's nice to finally be able to say that.

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87%

The combination of unfettered Android and high-end silicon makes for a seriously buttery experience as I leapt between lots of running apps …

The combination of unfettered Android and high-end silicon makes for a seriously buttery experience as I leapt between lots of running apps and swiped through long webpages.

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80%

There is absolutely no reason not to buy this phone. None. Zero. The Nexus 6P is the closest thing there’s ever been to a perfect Android de…

There is absolutely no reason not to buy this phone. None. Zero. The Nexus 6P is the closest thing there’s ever been to a perfect Android device.

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80%

Android 6.0 looks great on the new Nexus, and it runs like a dream. It’s Android as Google intended, which is something that you rarely find…

Android 6.0 looks great on the new Nexus, and it runs like a dream. It’s Android as Google intended, which is something that you rarely find beyond Nexus phones.

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80%

While a very good option, the Nexus 6P isn't the must-have phone of 2015. To be fair, I don't think such a thing exists; it really comes dow…

While a very good option, the Nexus 6P isn't the must-have phone of 2015. To be fair, I don't think such a thing exists; it really comes down to personal preferences

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For me, the 6P is the crown jewel of all Android devices, regardless of who’s designed them.

For me, the 6P is the crown jewel of all Android devices, regardless of who’s designed them.

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The Nexus 6P is Google’s latest attempt to not only provide a great reference point, but rather be a device that is worthy of claiming the f…

The Nexus 6P is Google’s latest attempt to not only provide a great reference point, but rather be a device that is worthy of claiming the flagship crown. With a design overhaul, Marshmallow additions, and an improved camera, it is worthy of being considered as such.

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With the 6P, Nexus finally gets gorgeous hardware to match the luster of its powerful software. It’s the Android phone almost everyone shoul…

With the 6P, Nexus finally gets gorgeous hardware to match the luster of its powerful software. It’s the Android phone almost everyone should buy.

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The Nexus 6P is the best Nexus device to date. And if there were ever a time to try out the best of what Google has to offer, now is that ti…

The Nexus 6P is the best Nexus device to date. And if there were ever a time to try out the best of what Google has to offer, now is that time.

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The Nexus 6P’s housing is a unibody aluminum design, making it Google’s most premium smartphone ever.

The Nexus 6P’s housing is a unibody aluminum design, making it Google’s most premium smartphone ever.

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Positive Reviews
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Best specs on the market with moderate pricing.
The 6P is a all around good phone. well designed, Although the size is a tad too big for me, I'm really happy with the specs and stock clean OS.

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