Now all you Android-Andersons and Google-Garrisons will get just what the doctor ordered. You have the perfect, synergized technological bonding of Google; this time with Huawei. And the result is the new Google Nexus 6p!
Google’s Nexus has been with many hardware partners. But in 2014, it came up with the premium smartphone range Google Nexus 6 with Motorola.
And then in 2015, came the better deal; viz. Google Nexus 6p with Huawei.
Price Downgrade And Technological Upgrade All Rolled Into One
Motorola’s Nexus 6 was a flagship-grade phone. But its high price didn’t gel with Motorola’s brand image.
You bet there is an aspiration value attached to the brand. So, a lower price tag was the need of the hour.
With Google’s Nexus 6p offering, the company has hit the bull’s eye. A lighter screen, lighter in overall weight, and an upgraded version of the operating system all rolled into one. You are sure to go and grab this new offering and feel you have got your money’s worth.
What Do You Need To Google About The Google Nexus 6p?
The Google Nexus 6p is any day a smarter choice even at a price tag of US$499, because:
It nestles fat on the Android 6.0 Marshmallow; the latest in the confectionery range (KitKats, Lollipops, and Marshmallows) of Android software.
Dual quad processors power the CPU. Quad-core 1.55 GHz Cortex-A53 and Quad-core 2.0 GHz Cortex-A57 give you the fastest gizmo without substantial battery drain.
AMOLED display panels give you a unique display, beating all “I”-world wonders!
The 12.3 MP camera, the laser autofocus and dual LED flash is a cinematography delight. Ditto with the 2160p picture-perfect video capture.
With a Type C USB plug, charging and battery backup basics are well in place.
With 3GB of RAM, you can choose from 32GB, 64GB or 128GB of storage options as per your usage.
So, you can go and grab your set now!
Hitches And Glitches In The 6p Pitches
There are a few hiccups in the technological wonderland here:
The camera lacks OIS (Optical Image Stabilization); the very basic thing required to check blurring of images.
Your affair with SD cards ends here. It has no external storage.
Blame it on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 chipset; heating is of prime concern in spite of the speed and memory assets.
And yes, all you radio buffs, please do not set your eyes on this set. In fact, this is the story of almost all high-end smartphones for reasons unknown.
Must Buy, But. Why?
More often than not, high-end smartphones do not have FM radio. Neither does this phone.
Next, the internal memory is up to 128 GB. So, the above cannot be a deterrent in your buying the phone.
This 5.7 inches display Android delight will give tough competition to any “I”-centric Apple device. The aluminum, graphite, and frost add color options to its enviable contours.
To add to this is the look of the part plastic and part metal body with a superb finish!
And yes, not to forget, pay for this gadget for being loyal to you. It has fingerprint sensors to recognize the user. It ensures security while making many operations a button’s click away!
The Ultimate Reality Check
However, before being Nexus 6p’d by Google, here is a reality check for you:
The price is still very high.
It comes down heavy, well literally, not just on your budget but also in your hands. The set weighs about 178 grams.
Your smartphone is not smart enough to be used as a remote for ACs, TVs, etc. Alas! It has no infrared sensors.
The Bottom Line
Buy this smartphone coquet if you want to get a good processor experience with the best available Android software.
Finally, are you racing for speed? Are you on the lookout for looks? Are you an image buff longing for a long battery backup in smartphones? The Google Nexus 6p satiates your gadget and technological urges to the core.
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