Thursday, 8 November 2018

Nexus 6P Review – Android Phone from Google

It’s not too late…check out the Nexus 6P review, one of Google’s flagship phones compatible with their Project Fi mobile service. This phone was released right at the end of the month in September of 2015, making this phone almost 1 year old. Although that is pretty old when converted to cell phone years, this phone still matches up against the best of them on the market today. 

This phone was packed with some solid hardware features and will be getting the official release of the new operating system, Android N, sometime this month according to reports. With all that said, although there are rumors of the next Nexus model phones to be released, nothing official has been made, so this is still your best bet if you want to try out the super fast and super cheap cell service offered by Google, Project Fi. Check out our review on Project Fi here. Even if you’re happy with your boring old cell service, this phone has the modern, sleek, look of an iPhone and the amazing camera and hardware specs of a Samsung Galaxy. The screen size comes right in at the same size of a Samsung Galaxy Note, measuring in at 5.7″. Yes, this can be a little scary to some users, but trust me, if you give it a chance, you’ll grow to appreciate the extra screen real estate, and you’ll never want to give it back. I have personally been using the Nexus 6P since December and have had very few complaints. For the sake of transparency, I’m power hungry when it comes to computers and my devices, so although this is a blazing fast phone compared to the majority, it could be faster in my eyes. I was disappointed in the decision to only go with 3GB of RAM, which is already standard, and a few phones already have 4GB of RAM, which I believe is needed if you really like to put your phone to work. The processor is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor, with 8-cores, which is pretty impressive but still not number one, compared to top phones. One other minor drawback was having to buy all new charges because the phone uses the latest USB-C technology. Apparently, the plan is for this to become the new standard, so it should be money well spent, and the benefits of the new technology did prove to be worth it. i can easily charge my phone in less than half the time of my old Samsung, and the battery is larger at 3450 mAh. Don’t let me forget to brag about the battery life, because not only does this charge insanely fast, but this is easily the longest lasting battery life I’ve ever had in a phone. Which is surprising with the bright AMOLED Quad HD screen. I love watching TV shows and movies on this thing, and the battery life lets you do it without worrying about killing your phone.
All in all, the Nexus 6P is a solid pick, and easily ranks in the top 10 smart phones available. Now that Google has dropped the price by a cool $100, coming in at $399, this phone won’t break the bank either. Check it out, direct from the Google Store,

Nexus 6P Review – Official Rating: 4.7/5.0 Overall

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