AnonD-479775, 23 Dec 2015Everyone I know who owns the 6P is extremely satisfied, so surely they're on to something with... moreI've used oneplus one camera and nexus 6p both are comparable so assuming op2 is better,also nexus 6p is the most expensive device of all you mentioned.
AnonD-479775, 23 Dec 2015Everyone I know who owns the 6P is extremely satisfied, so surely they're on to something with... moreI assure you you'll like this phone. I had the oneplus one before I purchased the nexus 6p, and the nexus 6p is awesome. Which is why I didn't purchase the oneplus two, it wasn't worth buying. You'll very much like the nexus 6p. I've had it over a month and I love it. Even though it doesn't have OIS it still takes amazing photos. You won't be disappointed. And the a battery is great.
- Superfast and highly accurate fingerprint unlock.
- 13MP? Other phones have 21MP. Bad Camera? NO. One realizes the megapixels have nothing to do with the quality of the photo when you see pics taken with this phone. In fact it is close to an iPhone's.
- Very light weight due to Lithium Polymer battery. The aluminium body feels very sleek and premium. Compare it with the not so premium feel of Nexus 5x.
- Brilliant display that shows vivid color. Also brightness can be turned way down for dim places. This is the good thing about AMOLED screens compared to IPS in Nexus5x.
- You get a USB-C to USB-A with this phone which you cannot get with a Nexus5x. Also the headphone quality is very high.
- The lack of megapixels is a problem if you try to zoom the image. So big group photos are not so good.
- The big battery does not give that much battery life as expected
- Huawei is not a established brand. The plain front side makes it look like a cheap phone until you flip it over.
- The phone is as long as the Nexus 6 and is quite big due to the waste area above and below the screen.
- Android 6.0 is still buggy if you tweak a lot of settings. But luckily they are rolling out bug fixes.
- If you are planning to buy a high end android phone, Go for this phone. I was confused between Nexus5X and Nexus6P. The small battery,IPS display,small display and plastic body of Nexus5X made me choose the Nexus6P.
AnonD-479775, 23 Dec 2015Everyone I know who owns the 6P is extremely satisfied, so surely they're on to something with... moreIt's not the features that you mentioned matter but the budget especially in the third world.
AnonD-436971, 22 Dec 2015Tech Sites and Tech You tube Channels hyped this Phone..There are Better Phones in the Market ... moreEveryone I know who owns the 6P is extremely satisfied, so surely they're on to something with this device. There are certainly alternatives, especially considering the price, but they all seem to come with one or two major flaws. The Galaxy S6 comes with TouchWiz and a poorly documented chipset (thus limited custom ROM support), the OnePlus 2 lacks NFC and has a relatively poor camera, the Moto X Play doesn't have a gyroscope, the LG G4 has a poor display and questionable build quality. The 6P lacks optical image stabilization which visible affects videos, but otherwise seems to leave its competition behind. The lack of wireless charging, a removable battery and a microSD slot are also to be considered, but this is a trend amongst most high-end devices. It really comes down to what's important to you.
I'm looking for a new phone and I have the 6P in mind. I'm not deadlocked to this device though, so feel free to suggest other models I should look into!
How much cost &
screen mirroring ,cast screen Future is activate this Phone
no removable battery
a finger print reader so the government can enrich its database even more .....please!
AnonD-436971, 22 Dec 2015Tech Sites and Tech You tube Channels hyped this Phone..There are Better Phones in the Market ... moreWhen your other "better phone" is stuck with Marshmallow when Nexus 6p is already running Android P, do you still think the same?
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AnonD-478919, 21 Dec 2015Very thin and short lines. Not visible to the naked eye unless shown under bright light. Next ... moreIf it does develop a crack I'm sure it's covered by the manufacturer warranty. I read that there are some 6p devices that have had the cracking for no reason and that the phone was fixed using the warranty because huawei are aware of certain batches are effected. Apparently they are able to identify the difference between that spontaneous cracking and a device damaged by a knock. Hope your device doesn't need it.
where is the proper review ?? this is not acceptable! No audio speak nor audio headphones/external source based information review ? Unacceptable. A shame to check the review out without them.
Anonymous, 21 Dec 2015I have no crack lines. Where are the lines on the glass and how large are they?Very thin and short lines. Not visible to the naked eye unless shown under bright light. Next to sensor in the back panel. Not orderly but here and there. I could count four. Looks like they are in the inner side of the glass since I could not feel them with fingers on the outside. I know this is minute detail but can't stop obsessing about them. Worried if they could develop into cracks later.
Anonymous, 20 Dec 2015Nothing like what I experience with the device. Next to no lag find it faster at browsing the ... moreDude...
When I show the back glass panel close to flashlight, I could see few tiny lines running on the inside of glass near the middle. I can't feel it by touching on the outside though. Can you check yours too? Kinda worried if this may later lead to spontaneous cracking. :(
Bought her a week ago.
Using for a week now. No issues yet. But pointing flashlight close to back camera glass panel shows few fines lines on the inside. I couldn't feel them outside though. Anyone else? Or suggestions please.