Nexus 6P Review – Bigger Can be Better

Every year, Google announces and releases a new installment to their famous Nexus smart phone line; this year, we have the Nexus 6P.


First of all, the search engine giant (who is also a major player in the tech industry), releases to Nexus handsets this year. One being the 6P, and the other is the Nexus 5X. The former is manufactured by Huawei while the latter with LG. Furthermore, the 6P is the larger mobile phone of the two.

Nexus 6P Review – Bigger Can be Better

Taking a Look at the Nexus 6P


The Nexus 6P has a lot of things in store for many Android-phone enthusiasts. Let us take a look at some of its offerings so far.


Upon first glance, the design of the Google Nexus 6P, doesn’t go away from the look of its predecessors. But its magic can be found on the materials used to create the phone, as well as its hardware specs.


With the current evolution of the Nexus phone, the 6P is made with an all-metal 7.3-millimeter material but it is surprisingly light. It only weighs 6.28-ounces. Interested people who want to purchase this new Google/Huawei phone will be able to get the in one of three colors – white, silver, and the recognizable black.


There is a headphone jack at the top of the handset, a nano-SIM card slot on its left, and a USB Type-C connector can be found at the bottom. The volume rocker and the power buttons can be found at the right edge of the device.


This new Google smart phone packs a 5.7-inch WQHD AMOLED display. It also has a Qualcomm octa-core Snapdragon 810 chip that is clocked at 2.0 GHz. This provides more than enough processing power for a mobile phone. To make it even more pleasing, it has 3GB of LPDDR4 RAM which creates more than your average processing power. All in all, it is a powerhouse of a phone.


Aside from color, interested people who want to purchase this handset may either go for internal memories of 32GB, 64GB, or 128GB. However, one flaw of this powerhouse of a phone is that it does not have any expandable memory card slot; which means, users are stuck with whatever memory their phone has upon purchase.


The display’s saturation and brightness levels are pleasing to the eyes, and the sound quality is also pretty decent when using the Nexus 6P. Those who will be able to get their hands on this Huawei smart phone, which powered by Google, will know that they have made a very good purchase.




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