Google unveiled its 2015 vision for the perfect Android phone – the compact, affordable Nexus 5X and the big, premium Nexus 6P. Ignoring the silly price premium that Europeans will have to pay, both phones caused a lot of excitement.
The Nexus 6P is the first Nexus phone with a metal unibody. It features a last-gen Samsung display – 5.7" Super AMOLED, just like the Note5 – and an impressive camera with large pixels for surprisingly good image quality. We saw a 240fps slo-mo video from the camera and it looked great.
So, Huawei Nexus 6P – thumbs up or down? We feel this is an easy enough to answer, in the US the new flagship is a killer deal.
The Nexus 5X was LG's chance to improve on the highly popular 2013 model. It features a slightly bigger screen, 5.2" 1080p, but there are a great deal of compromises. For one, the chipset is not fast enough for 240fps videos, it comes with 2GB of RAM too (like the Nexus 4 back in 2012), it doesn’t have stereo speakers either.
For still images and videos the camera is still great, plus the Nexus 5X adds the fingerprint reader and USB Type-C goodies like the 6P. Still, this vote might end up closer.
Google nexus 6p has got unmatched features like fingprint scanner etc... is anyone using it??
Hence the name bruh, Optical Image Stabilization, You wont get a shaky video footage with this feature built in. Makes your camera stable.
Have you ever seen videos from Phone cameras that are shaky? OIS tries to limit that or makes the shake smother. For still images especially in low light where if you shake your hand it will make the picture blurry, OIS eliminates that. I think ...