Both are kind of mediocre in terms of design, with the Huawei bordering on cheesy.
I know it's easier and cheaper to place the fingerprint sensor on the back, so I can accept it on a $200 Chinese phone, but not a $500 Nexus.
Overall, this might be OK for a small niche of geeks, but it fails compared to the competition.
Yes, I also would prefer a pure Android, but not at the expense of poorly designed hardware.
thats right u guy are wrong....nexus are what android should be...i dont mean that manufactures ui are bad at all....it simply that takes more resorces and slowdown performance.....i think all devices should use stock android with optionms for customize ur device themes icons etc....plus all goodies company puts on their phone could be downloaded as apps so any user is able to select wich is usefull or not...this way smarphones will behave closer to a pc system.now if companies still wants to use their ui them please allow user to install stock versions for their devices so we can decided what to install on them.
How in the hell can be a draw stock android on nexus devices? Dudw go buy somw touchwiz device. U don't need a nexus phone. I bet you wont even root it...
Meh, phones are decent but the only real draw is that they're stock android. Guess its always been like that.
Worth mentioning that its the new snapdragon 810, shouldn't be as bad as the ones in the beginning of the year.
Awaiting for the phone