1, 09 Nov 2015First is getting bend. Now the front and back glass easily get shatter! What for we pay ... moreFirst of all, that bend test that you saw was pitiful, it was a prototype device, and when heating the screen, it made in probably 50x easier to bend. Don't believe everything you see, watch other videos about it.
Specs looks ok EXCEPT NO (stereo) RADIO!! What a letdown?
Also looking for dual SIM slots and separate SD Card.
First is getting bend.
Now the front and back glass easily get shatter!
What for we pay so much money to buy a crap like this?
Every thing is okay but Huawei couldn't capitalise on this opportunity to encash
Huawei has got everything like advance OS Advance chipset Amazing camera But still could not bring it on as a final product
Somewhere it feels as unfinished Product hope in next batch of Manfucturing it may re work good luck Huawei
Very worst phone eveeybfound and it is very expensive and one plus two is advanced option and less expensive it has more features like this google please don't realise this kind of worst phone my opinion is one plus two is better than nexus 6p
The gullibility of people regarding these bend tests is truly sad. You just don't get it. Who didn't predict that there would be a stupid bend test of this phone as soon as everyone heard it would be made all metal? I know I did. This dude that conducted these tests knows what he's doing, because he builds and disassembles phones for a living. So, of course he's gonna know where a phone's weak points are. When you apply just enough pressure to the known weak points of a phone, of course it'll snap.
First of all, in test 1, he took an open flame to an aluminum frame. Anyone who knows science knows that aluminum is a malleable metal, hence why there's something called aluminum foil. In test 2, where he tried to be slick and open up a sealed box on camera, I guarantee that before he even did test number 1 on camera, he had time to inspect the device for its weak points. He knew that there would be controversy after test 1, and he knew that those of us that are less stupid would criticize his method of burning a metal phone to prove a point. That's why he did the second test on camera, by opening a sealed box.
Trust and believe he knew the phone's weak points after handling the first device, before he ever filmed that first stupid test. It was his way of generating controversy, and getting views on his channel, after the guy from Unbox Therapy got so much attention for doing the iPhone bend test last year. This guy thought he'd do the same, and try to get himself noticed. The more views his channel gets, the more comments he gets, the more he gets paid. The average person who uses this phone won't be doing anything intentionally to cause it to bend. If you do, you're dumb. If you have the phone, just enjoy it, and don't fall prey to ridiculous propaganda.
Ordered mine direct from Huawei on 10/27, scheduled for delivery by the end of the month. Looking forward to it.
John , 06 Nov 2015Which is the best nexus 6p vs moto x vs one plus 2. Is the heating issue of 810 resolved It is mission impossible to get the heating issue resolve.
Let me tell you, if you have any doubts about this phone, clear them.
There is really not much bad I can say about it. I haven't really found the lack of OIS a problem, and it's worth every cent.
The phone feels great in the hand, coming from a 6 Plus, which was just a blown up iPhone 6, there was some real thought into this phone being a one-handed phone, even for my small hands.
Oh and the display... mwah... I mean dang... Full brightness is just ridiculous and probably wouldn't make a dent in the battery. I've never gone below 60% due to those sweet, sweet, 3450mAh.
Quick charging is great, front facing speakers are great, camera is great, Android 6.0 is great. 10/10 Huawei.
Anonymous, 06 Nov 2015Hey guys i want to get an Nexus 6p through my friend in Ithaca, New York.
What's the best m... more1. You can order it online through the Google Store. https://store.google.com/
2. Experiences may vary. I ordered mine on 11/4 with two-day shipping, and it shipped out today with an estimated delivery date of 11/10. I'd say it's very likely that you would, but if you're unsure, the expedited shipping isn't a big deal compared to the cost of the phone.
3. Depends on your state, I believe. I live in a state with no sales tax, so I just paid the $499 plus the two-day shipping cost. Standard shipping is a bit slower, but it's free. I believe they charge sales tax based on the billing address for the card you use, not the shipping address, but I could be wrong.
Anonymous, 06 Nov 2015Hey guys i want to get an Nexus 6p through my friend in Ithaca, New York. What's the best m... moreHey I just got the nexus 6P I ordered it on 10/30/15 I am not sure if you will get it by the end of this month my phone was delivered in a week so you might get if fast. and yes there are taxes. they are $38 so you will end up paying $538 for the 32 GB one or 592 for the 64 GB one i dont know about the 128 GB one
Which is the best nexus 6p vs moto x vs one plus 2. Is the heating issue of 810 resolved
Hey guys i want to get an Nexus 6p through my friend in Ithaca, New York.
What's the best method to get it?
Will it be delivered by the end of November if i order today?
and is there any tax or cost other than the $499?
GSMarena where on earth is the review for this phone? At least a first impressions or something to let us know you aren't trolling considering you reviewed the A9 already.
I went along with other reviews off other sites and decided to order it. Coming from an iPhone 6 to the Nexus 6P all I can say is that while the 6 was a solid phone, it's great to be back with Android with the 6P and Marshmallow.
As for people freaking out about bendgate 2.0, if you treat your phone like you would with your other electronics (laptops, tablets, etc) you should have 0 concern. If you feel the need to put the phone in your back pocket and be able to sit down what's wrong with you