AnonD-537524, 03 Aug 20164 to 4 and a half hours and I play at least one hour worth of heavy games. You should go to ba... moreI have checked it. I just have basic apps such as whatsapp and fb etc. Nothing intensive.
please tell me about that yellow tint on screen. Is it a rumour or what?
Sannjay, 03 Aug 2016Guys. I'm getting a screen on time of 2 and half hours on very basic usage. I won't play heavy... more4 to 4 and a half hours and I play at least one hour worth of heavy games. You should go to battery settings and check if some unwanted app is sucking your battery or check battery optimization for unoptimized apps.
Guys. I'm getting a screen on time of 2 and half hours on very basic usage. I won't play heavy games. I do keep the brightness at minimum. I clear all running apps. Still i get very poor battery. It hardly lasts a day without any usage. What's your screen on time?
Anonymous, 30 Jul 2016Nexus 6p, I m using this phone since 6 month,this is the worst phone from every angle, wifi do... moreI don't know what you're talking about, the phone you're describing looks like an iphone.
Sukhi, 01 Aug 2016Guys pls tell me which phone is good? Nexus 6p or htc one a9??6p
Sukhi, 01 Aug 2016Guys pls tell me which phone is good? Nexus 6p or htc one a9??Nexus 6P, of course. Forget about the HTC One A9. Not even an option.
Anonymous, 30 Jul 2016Nexus 6p, I m using this phone since 6 month,this is the worst phone from every angle, wifi do... moreMan you don't know how to use the phone sell it any by a samsung phone and don't come back to nexus phones. I have this phone for sometime now and it's awesome
Anonymous, 30 Jul 2016Nexus 6p, I m using this phone since 6 month,this is the worst phone from every angle, wifi do... moreaw mannn, come on, if you dunno how to use it, then don't buy it, u talk about no file manager? there's one built in in the storage & USB option, and if ur wifi doesn't connect, that means u get a faulty set, go and claim ur warranty my friend, 1 more thing to keep in your mind though, there are tons of phone changing to USB type-C, and if you don't know how useful that port is in the future tech, google it yourself.
Anonymous, 30 Jul 2016Nexus 6p, I m using this phone since 6 month,this is the worst phone from every angle, wifi do... moreWait something is wrong here. You have had this phone over six months and you just now are figuring things out! Try unlocking and rooting and using a custom ROM. Sounds like you need a Sammy preloaded device this phone just plain kicks ass and you don't know how to get the fullest from this device either that or your a lame!
Nexus 6p, I m using this phone since 6 month,this is the worst phone from every angle, wifi doesn't connect,no folder option mp3 player,no file manager in built,storage & USB has no useful options in it,don't buy this or any nexus phone
mdbb, 28 Jul 2016Out of the box available space u get 53.67GB.Thank you sir.
Black Lustre Knight, 28 Jul 2016Can someone who bought the 64GB Nexus 6P tell me how much storage is available to the user.Would like to thank you for your feedback on this phone. I've had it since last October and also got rid of my S6. Great phone as you mentioned. Also like the bluemail that you suggested, alot better than the gmail app for my exchange account.
Black Lustre Knight, 28 Jul 2016Can someone who bought the 64GB Nexus 6P tell me how much storage is available to the user.Out of the box available space u get 53.67GB.
Can someone who bought the 64GB Nexus 6P tell me how much storage is available to the user.
I bought this phone a few months ago, and am I glad that I did. I owned a Samsung S6 for over a year, and it was a constant battery drain. Very disappointed. So, after reading numerous reviews, I broke down, took a chance, and bought the Nexus 6P online (it was cheaper at Best Buy than on Google Play Store). Make sure it's OK for your provider. I called mine to get them to mail me the SIM card, inserted it in, and it worked perfectly (if you try to get them to do it in-store they may not be as cooperative, to which you will want to call your provider by phone, explain the purchase, verify the phone ID, and get them to mail you the SIM card).
First, the negatives. It has no memory card slot and no removable battery. This was the biggest deterrence from me buying the Nexus phone line, as it was one of the main problems I had with the Samsung S6 (after previous Samsung models contained both the memory card slot and removable battery). The saving grace with the Nexus 6P is that you can buy the 128GB version of this phone at a lower cost than the flagship phones with half the memory.
Second, the camera in the 6P, while good, is not as good as the camera in the Samsung S6 (the one thing that phone has going for it). The night pictures, especially, require a steady hand, and if you necessitate good pic editing capabilities, you will need to install a third party app to accomplish that.
Third, the Nexus 6P does not come pre-installed with an email button or native voicemail. You will want to use Google Voice as your primary voicemail (it will even transcribe your voice messages). Also, if you use Exchange email, with no pre-installed email button or app, Nexus tries to push you into using Gmail to answer all of your emails. Unless you want to have your work emails showing up in your Gmail, you will want to use a third party app. I use BlueMail for my Exchange emails, and it is as good as any native Email Exchange app.
Now, for the positives. The Nexus 6P is a stock Google phone. That means it has none of the pre-installed bloatware that comes with the flagship phones you buy from the brick-and-mortar stores. Also, when there's an update to the Android OS, the Nexus is the first to update and upgrade your OS (and by extension your apps). This makes a huge difference in how smoothly your OS and phone functions. In my three months of ownership, I have had none of the lagging issues I had with the 6P, even though some of the newer flagship phones supposedly have better processors. Well, in those three months, I've personally handled an LG V10, G5, and S7, and none are faster or smoother in everyday usage than the Nexus 6P. That alone makes the phone worth it.
Second, the battery. I concede, the 6P is not perfect on battery life. It's an Android OS, meaning app memory drain issues galore. However, the 3,450 mAh battery size is much bigger than the Samsung S6, and it shows. I use over 150 apps, am what would be described as a "power user," and I can get a full work day's use out of the phone without much difficulty (something I couldn't do with the Samsung S6 without minimizing or compromising phone use). From my use estimation, the battery is better than the LG V10, G5, Samsung S7 (never mind the S6), and comparable to the S7 Edge (I have not tried the Note 7). In short, the battery is good, better than most, but is not as good as I had hoped (for the battery's size). Still, overall, it's a plus, considering how horrible the S6 was before it.
Thirdly, as an adjunct of the battery, the battery charge is excellent. True, there's no wireless charging, and that's a deficit, but the company who makes this phone model, Huawei, gives you two charge cords, with your phone--one is a short USB plug in, and the second is a 2-sided c-cord with a fast charge adapter. And it charges incredibly fast. This is both a blessing and a curse. A blessing because it charges quickly, faster than the Samsung fast charge (by my estimation). However, it's a curse because few companies use the c-cord charge. It is the future of wire charging, and you will need to go online and stock up on a couple of extra charge cords for work and the car. Still, I give credit to Huawei for putting two charge cords with the phone box. That is the first time I've seen a company do that (and I hope it's a harbinger of things to come).
Lastly, if you are considering this phone, please, only do so if you like a larger size phone. It's a 5.7+ inch phone (it says 5.7, but it feels closer to 6 inches), which I actually like and prefer over the seemingly and increasingly smaller phones that the flagships have been moving towards. To me, this is a mistake, but I have a friend who loved his Nexus 6P, minus the size, and sent it back because of this. It's a preference for some, one I have, but not everyone may agree with.
To summate, I would highly recommend this phone to anyone, particularly for Android OS users who are tired of the bugs in the flagship phones. You will not regret this purchase.