There has been a lot of buzz surrounding the new Google Nexus 6P. With a price tag of around £450, the Nexus 6P is not only more slimline in looks, but also has been slimmed down on price.
The construction materials of the Nexus 6P have impressive credentials; the phone shares the same manufacturing materials as the aluminium used in aeroplane construction. With the internal workings, the Nexus 6P is more like a mini pocket computer than that of a phone.
Looks wise, the Nexus 6P is cutting edge. With beautiful curved edges, combined with the sleek aluminium and a slimline look that can easily fit in your pocket, it is easy to see why many critics are calling the Nexus 6P “the most beautiful Android.” Within the sleek looks and ability to fit it in your pocket, these are not the only plus points. The phone has been designed with a handy ridged power button, which doubles up as a button to launch the camera when it is pressed twice. There is also the point of fingerprint sensor, some people say that they find their muscle memory on it doesn’t work, others are raving about it. However, this seems to be the only part of the phone that people are divided over.
For those of us who struggle with battery life, the Android 6.0 brings the wonderful feature of doze; which helps preserve your battery throughout the day. Far outstripping those dedicated to the iOS, where battery life is a common complaint. The Nexus 6P has a 3,450mAh battery, meaning that it can easily last a full day of heavy usage. Hooray for not having to carry round a charging cable everywhere or endure a flat battery! What does this mean for users? Your phone does not lose 20-30% of your battery life, when the phone is on standby.
For the budding photographers out there, the Nexus 6P features an impressive 12.3 megapixel camera. Where it beats its competitors is the image stabilisation and the ability to take better photos in low light conditions.
Our view on the Nexus 6P? The price tag is not only attractive, beating other competitors by a clear £100; the phone features pack a punch and weigh up to the likes of iOS operating systems and other top Android phones.