The Google Nexus 6P is Available on the Market

The new Google Nexus 6P is probably one of the most attractive smartphones on the market at this point. For starters, this new device comes with the latest Android software, called 6.0 Marshmallow, and it homes some of the most capable hardware available out there. 

Moreover, it also homes other interesting features, like a spot-on fingerprint reader, high-resolution display, a metal frame, which is a premier for a Nexus device, strong stereo speakers and a 12-megapixel camera.

Another interesting fact about the new Google Nexus 6P is that it was made by Huawei, the famous Chinese manufacturer. With this new release, Huawei will definitely be introduced to a larger audience of customers, especially to Google’s Nexus fans.

Now, the new Google Nexus 6P is probably the most advanced and ambitious phone that Google has ever released. Without a doubt, the Google Nexus 6P will compete with high-end phones, like Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Edge+, iPhone 6S and 6S Plus and Sony Xperia 5. However, like many other phones, this Google phone also has some flaws. 

For starters, the new device still has a heavy and larger design, which will make it uncomfortable to hold in one hand; the position of the fingerprint reader is not very comfortable either and the camera is not as good as it should be. Moreover, it lacks wireless charging and it doesn’t come with a stylus or a waterproof feature.

However, probably the main attraction and the main reason why customers should buy the new Google Nexus 6P is because it runs the latest Android 6.0 Marshmallow. So, homing the latest software means that this device homes some new and updated features. For example, Google Nexus 6P comes with the famous “Not on Tap” feature, where users can ask or find out things that they are interesting in. Moreover, Google Nexus 6P comes with a 5.7-inch screen and 2,560×1,440-pixel resolution, measures 6.3×3.0x.0.29 inches and weighs 6.3 ounces. 

As for battery life, the company claims that it can run approximately 11 hours and 30 minutes at intense use. The call quality is totally decent. 

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