Google Nexus 6P Review – Sets a New Standard for Android

The Google Nexus 6P is considered to be one of the best in its class, which should be to the joy of Huawei, especially since the smartphone manufacturer has been known to now be keeping up with the competition in recent years. Even with some releases into international domain, the Chinese smartphone manufacturer does not seem to want to take things sitting down. The one being reviewed here is the 2015 version, albeit the 2016 model is already being rumored to be released in the near future.

Google Nexus 6P Review - Sets a New Standard for Android

The Google Nexus 6P (2015) is Still Considered One of the Best Despite Heavy Competition

There is much joy in using the Google Nexus 6P, and one of the primary reasons is that it is packed with very capable hardware while still being able to retain a relatively budget-friendly price tag. Hence, those who are looking to gain a top-end experience from a smartphone while still taking advantage of letting you maintain your budget will surely get a kick out of Huawei’s offering.

The display of the Nexus 6P is that of a weighty 5.7-inch variant, and it has a metal frame to the panel. Speaking of its panel, it is able to deliver a crisp, high-resolution display. The phone even features a fingerprint scanner that works exceedingly well. There is also a 12-megapixel rear snapper that can deliver decent-looking photos, as well as strong stereo speakers for when you want to blast out some tunes.

It should also be noted that this particular smartphone, if bought unlocked, is compatible with most major mobile service carriers, which is terrific news. It also supports Google’s own Project Fi wireless service, wherein you will be able to switch between carrier plans without having to swap out your SIM card or phone.

While being marveled as an all-around great phone to use in just about any situation, the Google Nexus 6P is not one without flaws. This is the most ambitious Nexus phone with the Google brand on it to-date. Well, that is until we get to see and experience the next Google Nexus device on the market. But until then, this 2015 model takes that crown. This particular smartphone even comes closer to meeting the demands of premium models on the market. It can even be compared to the likes of the iPhone 6s, 6s Plus, Sony Xperia Z5 and Z5 Premium, and the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Edge+, while still being able to maintain a budget-friendly price tag.


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