I’m a huge fan of the big screen, and no I’m not talking about the movies. I’m talking well-lit LCD displays that hold fast performance and gives me everything in one tap! The newly emerging trend of “phablets” (That’s a phone and tablet combined!) has gotten me joining the bandwagon and making me try something out of what I would usually test. Instead of looking at the usual Samsung or Apple products, I steered another direction and went for a new brand and model for a change: The Huawei Nexus 6P.
All about Huawei Nexus 6P:
The Nexus 6P is a step up from Google’s previous model, the Nexus 6, with the P standing for Premium. An Android phablet meant to compete with the newly released iPhone and Samsung models, it’s a great find for those wanting a good phone on a budget!
A sleek metal design, it’s definitely an upgrade from Huawei’s previous models that were made of plastic. It isn’t the most beautiful phone, but boy it sure isn’t the ugliest! It’s got its nice, professional design that would have wowed me if it weren’t for the slight bump of the camera at the back. But if that was the one that improves the camera’s resolution, then I can bear with it.
Even if it holds a screen of 5.7 inches, it will still feel comfortable around your hand, despite the awkward size. That being said, it will still take you two hands to type properly! Its display is topnotch, with great, vivid color and brightness that I’m sure just about anyone would be amused with. Performance-wise, it doesn’t beat the Apple or Samsung, but it does beat its other competitors such as Asus and LG! It’s fast, reliable and won’t hang on you, that’s for sure.
|Camera||12.3 MP Main, 8 MP Seconder|
|Processor||Quad-core 1.55 GHz Cortex-A53 & Quad-core 2.0 GHz Cortex-A57|
|Memory||3 GB RAM, Internal Storage 32/64/128 GB|
|Network||GSM / CDMA / HSPA / LTE|
|Sensors||Fingerprint, accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass, barometer|
|Battery||Non-removable Li-Po 3450 mAh battery|
|OS||Android OS, v6.0 (Marshmallow)|
Our Score for Google Nexus 6P:
It isn’t easy in the pocket (After all, it IS still a phablet), but luckily, it’s very easy on the wallet! With a price of $499, it’s definitely a steal. I would recommend this for the busy businessman, to family and friends who are tired of the usual Apple or Samsung phones and want a change, or for those who are on a budget but still want the features of a great phone!