Nexus 6p Tech Specs
This is the larger of the two brother nexuses that came out last year. Nexus 6p is the successor to the nexus 6 and the P apparently stands for premium which I think is fitting. This is one of the most anticipated smartphones of the last year before came out and after using it for nearly a month. I can say it has lived up to a lot of the hype which is hard to do for a smartphone.
It is a big phone again as technically the successor to the huge nexus 6 but 6p is a little more manageable with a slightly smaller 5.7inch display and a thinner, flatter body and more importantly flat sides that actually kind of help you with the grip a lot. There’s also three colors graphite, aluminum, and frost. They’re all the same feeling in the hand same texture and I like.
This stealth graphite looks personally a bit more it sort of hides the visor look of the glass up top but it is the most fingerprint magnet E of any of them so you might go with the white. Overall it’s definitely fitting in the premium package with its industrial design and the material choices.
Alright so continuing with the theme of premium upon the front of sky you have a beautiful crispy 5.7inch Quad HD AMOLED display. This isn’t a huge upgrade on paper nexus 6 had quite the AMOLED display too but this one is slightly better, brighter, less pink at a low brightness which is a nice improvement slightly better viewing angles before rainbows out and slightly more accurate color.
It still pops like an AMOLED should but color accuracy is tight with this one. It should be I put this display right up near the top for any smartphone short of the galaxy note 5 which seem to get really bright but overall thumbs up for the screen on the Nexus 6p on the wallpaper link is right below that like button.
Next, I’m going to go with nexuses and less stone from google correct me one of the coolest new pieces of. The Nexus 6p hardware is the fingerprint reader on the back dubbed nexus imprint. It’s really good and knowing how good some of the ways other finger readers are this shouldn’t be much of a surprise but a touch to unlock was really quick this one.
I probably already noticed that the display is flanked by a pair of front-facing stereo speakers. their outstanding speakers really big loud crisp full sound. Easily comparable to like boom sound from an HTC One M9 or Moto X speakers. I said before this makes for an awesome music listening experience, video watching, gaming, conference call, alarm clock everything sounds great coming from this phone. I can’t be overlooked I love him.
Processor & Memory: –
Now, this is still a really high-end phone in the specs department as it should be for the price. So inside you’re getting a Snapdragon 810 version 2.1 chip, the Adreno 430 GPU, 3GB of RAM and 32GB, 64GB or 128GB of storage and these high-end specs paired with the latest version of android 6.0 marshmallow translates into a really smooth experience from top to bottom, front to back inside out using this phone is awesome.
It’s extremely responsive and snappy and handles pretty much everything at the ride it like a champ and look I throw a lot at phones especially when I’m testing them so, I noticed when they hang up or one a starter or when they start to slow down or when they can’t quite put all their pixels and a month in this Nexus 6p very rarely hiccups over much of anything.
Now there’s one last big change with this new nexus is that a lot of people including me were curious about and that’s the Camera nexus 6p is rocking a new 12MP sony sensor, no optical image stabilization but an f2.0 aperture, laser autofocus, and really large pixel size apparently this was a sensor originally designed 4.6, not smartphone cameras. here’s what’s good with the camera. it’s pretty solid definitely way better than any nexus camera in the past although that’s not a super high bar to clear and you can double tap the power.
The new google camera app and its overall quite fast snap pictures which give you a certain confidence when shooting a photo that you’re going to get it also I noticed it’s a particularly wide angle lens on the back facing the camera and the photos themselves look quite nice.
You get in low-light nexus 6P photos start to show some grain as you’d expect but they surprisingly blur-free for something without optical image stabilization.
The battery life on nexus 6p has been pretty damn good. we all know it has a 3450 mAh power battery so even in such a thin form factor a pretty sizable battery but with a quad HD display and all these high-end internals you don’t expect it to get the longest battery life ever but it does pretty well I’ve gotten somewhere between the Three-quarters to four and a half hours of screen on time which in my book is like A and A(-) especially for fun in this size but it’s not the screen on time. That’s so impressive about this phone it’s the standby time.
On top of that, this is a phone with USB type-C as you probably saw in the unboxing and supports fast charging so you can get something like six or seven hours of use out of a quick 10 minutes charge. No wireless charging here which is a bit of a bummer for some people but I always prefer quick charging if I have the choice.
Nexus 6p (64GB ) @amazon- Rs. 26,500 ($ 397.37)
Nexus 6p (64GB) @flipkart- Rs. 30,998 ($ 464.82)
Sorry this time in India 32Gb is not available on the online websites….
At the end of the discussion, Nexus 6p checks a lot of boxes for me in terms of what I want a phone. I’ve talked about how before there’s basically no perfect smartphone. There’s still one or two or three things that I would have liked to have seen in this nexus but as far as android phones go this is my new favorite this is easy a daily driver pick for me and I really like using it.
This is one of the easiest nexus phones ever for me to recommend to someone to buy especially with the much-improved camera, the great battery life and just an overall awesome experience throughout fast fingerprint reader, a great display and awesome performance throughout the clean bloat free stock android. So if you’re an Android enthusiast or a smartphone enthusiast you’re pretty much good to go this is a smartphone.
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|For Indian Buyers|
(Special Edition Gold)
|For International Buyers|
SIM- Nano SIM
|BODY||Dimensions- 159.3 x 77.8 x 7.3 mm
Weight- 178 g
Size- 5.7 inches
Resolution- 1440 x 2560 pixels
Protection- Corning Gorilla Glass 4, oleophobic coating
|CAMERA||Primary- 12.3 MP, f/2.0
Features- 1/2.3′ sensor size, 1.55µm pixel size, geo-tagging, touch focus, face detection, HDR, panorama
Secondary- 8 MP, f/2.4, 1080p@30fps
Video- 2160p@30fps, 720p@240fps
|COMMS||WLAN- Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, Wi-Fi Direct, DLNA, hotspot
Bluetooth- v4.2, A2DP, LE
-GPS and NFC available
USB- v2.0, Type-C 1.0 reversible connector
|MEMORY||32/64/128 GB, 3 GB RAM|
|PLATFORM||OS- Android OS, v6.0 (Marshmallow), upgradable to v7.0 (Nougat)
GPU- Adreno 430
Chipset- Snapdragon 810
|FEATURES||Sensors- Fingerprint (rear-mounted), accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass, barometer
|SOUND||Loudspeakers- Yes, with front stereo speakers
|BATTERY||Li-ion 3450 mAh|