yes updates are for sure to be there. but can the phone keep up with its current spec's?? that's the only thing I have in mind. Just making sure that the phone will keep up for the next 3+ years of update.
Nexus 6P is a great phone, don't listen to the people bashing it.
Screen is bright just like the Galaxy phones, very good performance even in big games like Asphalt. Also the battery for my phone lasts 2-3 days which is better than any I have used before.
A good cooperation between Google and Huawei!Again besides compete gsmArena review,with a price of $500+ for 128 gigabytes version,a buyer can guarantee for oneself,the constant updates and upgrades of Google at least for 3+years and maybe Huawei.s updating and upgrading its different preloaded apps !!!What does it mean!!!For 3+ years,you don't need to buy a new phone!!To be impartial,unbiased and fair,is it a good bargains!?Thanks to read and answer!Justice Rights,....
Just switched to Nexus 6p from Galaxy 4. The price compared to other newer phones win me over. I'm constantly on my phone in some fashion, so it's nice to have a stylish, reliable phone. I love the camera, apps and battery life but absolutely HATE that is not compatible with my fitbit. With the fitness craze, I certainly hope with the frequent system updates this is resolved. Love the
fingerprint security and phone screen resolution. Just a week with the phone and no regrets.
Does anyone know if they have figured out the exposure settings when using the nexus 6p camera in manual mode. Sounds like all other manual settings work except +/- exposure settings. Thx
Nallaikumaran, 29 Dec 2015Main disadvantages - Non-Removable batteryhttps://www.ifixit.com/Teardown/Nexus+6P+Teardown/51660
I bought Nexus 6P yesterday (21/03) in India from Flipkart and as soon as I unboxed and switched it ON, I was able to recognize the yellow tint display.
The yellow tint is so prominent that you simply canÂ’t ignore it and have to ask for a Return.
Also, the display will show pink, green and blue hues as soon as you reach a viewing angle of >145°
By the way, I own a Samsung Galaxy S2 and an LG G Flex which are AMOLED AND POLED respectively.
When I compare the colors especially whites with these displays, Nexus 6P looks yellow as if it was not at all designed to show whites.
I have read the reviews about this issue and sad to say that even after 4 months of launch, the problem still persists in these phone's displays.
I would simply advice everyone to go with Moto X Style which is a much better option over 6P.
I have asked for a refund and would go with Moto X Style.
Everything else about 6P is amazing which doesnÂ’t matter when the main part of the phone sucks!!
my nexus is not behaving ..
address book removing my contacts
and i am helpless...
i regret picking this instrument
no service center in jaipur.
These penchmark shows that S6 and S6 edge still more powerful than note 5, nexus 6p and S6 edge plus except for single core edge plus beats them all?!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!....
I like the phone so far but I use a lot the video & camera, my concern is I can't take pictures while making a video like the Samsung note III, (my prior phone) I have heard the Google camera will be updating for this option, as well as that option already exist in the phone.....if is there already, someone knows how to get to it?
Well actually, I really do love the phone. But tha fact that I got scaratched on my screen wothout really uaing it (not even once brougjt it at work) then it is really some problem form the phone itself. I don't know why it hapended I don't even have any idea. I also wonder if they're going to chamge it for me.
Rajpal7, 04 Jan 2016Hi there, I am contemplating on getting the Nexus 6P, however I am unsure on the battery life ... moreNexus 6P has the best battery life of all the phones i have used till now, this includes, Iphone6, S6 edge and Note Edge. At the end of the day (6 am to 12am) the phone still have more than 10% reminaing. I use my phone a lot, with emails, whatsapp and twitter. The phone gives you a screen on time of 5+ hours. I simply can say there is no better phone comparing the 3000 mAh, nexus 6P has 3450 mAh.
I was between the 6p and the Note5. In the end I went with the Note mainly due to the ram. I mean I get it that Google wanted a SD cpu to keep community happy to built roms easier, and I wouldn't mind the lower performance in comparison with the Exynos SoC, but why have "only" 3GB of ram? I came from the S3 that I was using for 3.5 years (since launch) and the main reason I changed it was the only 1gb of ram, from that I understood that more than raw cpu power what matters most, if you plan to keep your device, is the amount of ram.
Nallaikumaran, 02 Jan 2016Huawei Nexus 6P - Device Components Cost only $200 or $220
Second Nexus 6P problem is the h... moreSAR values doesn't matter and they are also not comparable between phones.
Hi there, I am contemplating on getting the Nexus 6P, however I am unsure on the battery life as that is my main concern. I am currently using a Samsung Galaxy Note 3, and was looking at iPhone 6S Plus or the Nexus 6P. Battery life would definitely be better on the iPhone 6S Plus compared to the Nexus 6P, but I was wondering if anyone can advise me on the battery life capability for the Nexus 6P? For instance, light usage of Whats App, Facebook, Twitter and leaving the phone idle while at work, how long roughly can the battery lasts? Anyone? Of course the answer to stress-free battery headache is the iPhone 6S Plus, but I do not think the price justifies the value of it. Ridiculously expensive.