Poor battery life! Photos can be taken in HD, however camera will be slowed. Also, the phone feels awkward to hold in your hand. The side buttons arent very strategically placed as I keep pressing them accidentally
I wantto buy this phone but regarding all this kinda comments,its very hard to decide?? what should I do now
The Phone overall is not bad but the battery life is horrible to the extremes. I just regret for buying this phone. Sadly I sold my Note 5 to get this. If you want a productive phone please go for the note 5 from Samsung.
we want SD card slot and waterproof feature in the upcoming Nexus phone.
[deleted post]Go for Mattel ViewMaster. Expensive but excellent!
Mina F. Beshay, 23 Apr 2016I am confused about the Nexus 6p or Galaxy note 5, I need the one have the best battery lifeBuy nokia 1100
Which one should i go for... Moto X Style, Sony Xperia Z5 or Nexus 6p?
I'm living in Europe where the Nexus is pricey, is it worth 600Â€?
Nexus is a good choice in the long run though. Is a future proof device for a couple of years to come, not to mention custom ROM support from third party developers for the snapdragon chipset.
Battery life is also decent.
Go for the note 5 I have used both but I find the note 5 being much more battery efficient. Nexus is not that good
Which is better? LG Nexus 5X or Huawei Nexus 6P? They almost have the same specifications. Which one do I buy? Anyone?
I am confused about the Nexus 6p or Galaxy note 5, I need the one have the best battery life
Prasad, 19 Apr 2016Anybody installed Android N preview 2 ?Yes. You can install without issue. It just "upgrades" the phone. It causes crashes of random apps, and will reboot itself occasionally. So definitely bugs. You can easily uninstall it but it requires a phone reset.
It's tough to know whether I hate this phone or Huawei support more. I had problems from the beginning with the phone giving an echo to the caller. I stupidly blamed T-Mobile for the first month because it seemed to be happening only on the way to/from work. Eventually I got a prepaid SIM and put it in the phone on the Sprint network. Same problem. I was then just outside of the window to return it to the retailer. I called Huawei tech support who did everything they could to get me to return it to the retailer. I called them about 10 times in one day because I couldn't get anyone who spoke clear English, or they would put me on hold and not come back, etc. Interestingly each person had a different take on the problem and what should be done. Eventually I got an RMA number and they were going to send me a label via email. Days pass...no email/label. I called back (several times - more issues with English) and eventually they said they'd send a label via email again. Another week...no label. Called again and magically this guy had ALL of my information just from the number I was calling from. Which is funny, because the 12 people I spoke with before needed every piece of personal information that I know just to find my ticket. Today, after struggling with the phone for 6 weeks, and struggling with tech support for 2 weeks, I finally got a label just to send the phone back. I know they will just open the phone, box up the phone, and send it right back to me unfixed. Enjoy everybody!
Is this phone perfect,because of in opinions,they said after some time using this phone,it's screen becomes yellowish...is it true?
vadhia, 21 Apr 2016i m confused which is better????
motorola x style or nexus 6p or oppo f1 plus?????
plz r... moreI bought the Moto X Style, but returned it because the performance wasn't great. The Snapdragon 808 on it struggle sometimes with the 1440p screen. I actually had to run the phone at 1080p resolution to speed it up and make it more snappy. The camera wasn't great as I thought either, it is not as sharp (despite higher megapixel) and dull in color compared to Nexus 6P photos.
Motorola is known for superb signal and call quality, their noise cancellation is amazing. So if that is important to you, along with microSD card, then consider the Moto X Style. Otherwise I would go for the Nexus 6P.
I had horrible memories using the OnePlus with ColorOS firmware, so I don't think I will be buying Oppo phones anytime soon.