AnonD-446143, 29 Sep 2015Mr. Know it all for your kind information nexus 6p is equipped with upgraded version of SD 810... moreActually this nexus has the four low power a53 cores bumped up to 1.55ghz and the usual 2.0ghz a57 cores at the standard speed unlike the 'updated' one which runs at 1.8ghz on the a57 cores.
Verison 2.1 is actually just an under-clocked version of the actual SD 810 with minor modifications that actually don't solve the heating issue.Lets wait and see...
when some phone company clone you guys blame is a clone phone, when people out its own design you blame ugly, what else you want to blame ? stop that shit man..... really speechless seeing those comment.
Phone is ugly with that black strip on the back of it. Very disappointed in this design flaw.
wow, 28 Sep 2015yeah, it might have it, but it's too late. i don't see why i would get rid of my note 3 for th... moreWell so long for that rumor lol you're better off holding onto your Note 3 for a little while longer because so far none of the phones announced/released this year have been head turners, just boring updates.
Waste phone : No user replaceable battery, no memory card slot, no FM radio.
This is gonna be the best Nexus so far! Gotta lay my hands on this baby!
See that Samsung.... It's a 128GB phone.... (the GN5 is only being released with 32GB in Australia)
Those specs are different than the Nexus official site
the processor is Octa-Core , its like double quad-core
AnonD-436971, 29 Sep 2015This Year Samsung rejected Snapdragon 810 processor Completely ,Due to Overheating Issues .Ins... moreMr. Know it all for your kind information nexus 6p is equipped with upgraded version of SD 810,unlike the previous one which indeed had overheating issues.Early adopters of SD 810 had overheating reports,but as of now,with release of updated SD 810 in several recent flagship phones,its no longer the case.
To be honest i think it looks really nice i just hope that the sd810 doesn't overheat and battery life is good
dexterouz, 29 Sep 2015Base model $599The base model in US dollars is $499.
AnonD-312515, 28 Sep 2015I hear this phone might be supporting microSD after all. That would make this phone MUCH more appealing, but I doubt it's true. :( Here's a source for that, which has now updated to say that it probably won't, in spite of the FCC listing. http://phandroid.com/2015/09/28/nexus-6p-specs-microsd/