Huawei Nexus 6p, the mid-range phone was launched as a premium and significant and an excessive model made by any other brand. Skip the time ahead around a year to this fall and we are offered an authentic premium group with a cut-down sticker cost. The Nexus 6P is superbly laid out by Huawei to please both power customers and typical customers alike. The 6P offers a perfect equality of premium feel, programming foundation, and care without keeping down out in alternate points of view. The Nexus 6P offers the AMOLED show development and they both have a QHD determination of 2560 x 1440 pixels. It uses a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor. It has choices of 32GB or 64GB of internal memory yet not expandable. It has a non-removable battery and offers quick charge. The Nexus 6P has the regular features – WiFi, Bluetooth v4.2, GPS, NFC, a novel imprint sensor and a microUSB v2.0 port for charging or data trade.
DESIGN AND DISPLAY:
The 6P is the first result of the Nexus range, and Google has expressed that the "P" remains for 'Premium'. The Nexus 6P, with its metal casing and body, looks out and out phenomenal. While most of the back and side surfaces have a dull completion, the edges are exceptionally excellent that makes the Nexus 6P shimmer flawlessly from all points. The front of the gadget is 71.4 percent screen, which is focused flawlessly. Everything looks extraordinary and doesn't stand out from whatever is left of the device. The top, base and sides of the Nexus 6P are like those of most unibody Android gadgets, with the force and volume keys on the privilege, the Type-C USB port on the base, the 3.5mm attachment on the top, and the SIM plate on the left. The situating of the force and volume keys isn't exceptionally helpful, and they are somewhat difficult to reach.
With a gigantic screen and a weight of 178g, the Nexus 6P is among the heaviest smartphone. The Nexus 6P isn't the least demanding smartphone to hold or slip into your pocket, in spite of the fact that the bent back and inclined edges do help a tiny bit in this division. At 5.7 inches crosswise over and with a determination of 1440x2560 pixels, the Nexus 6P's screen has a thickness of 518 pixels-per-inch. Usually, this makes for probably the most point by point and sharp visuals we've seen on a cell phone. The screen is splendid, lively and agreeable on the eyes even at different survey edges and under cruel daylight. The size and nature of the screen make the Nexus 6P magnificent for watching motion pictures and recordings.
PERFORMANCE AND CONFIGURATION:
The Nexus 6P equipped with Qualcomm's current flagship SoC, the Snapdragon 810, along with 3GB of RAM. Known to have heating issues on some smartphones, the Snapdragon 810 SoC has since updated to v2.1, which should fix this. The Nexus 6P is an efficient workhorse with all of its power dedicated to giving the user unmatched levels of performance. It equipped with an octal-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 v2.1 SoC, with its primary four cores clocked at 2GHz and the secondary four cores at 1.55GHz, and an integrated Adreno 430 GPU. There's also 3GB of RAM and 32 or 64GB of internal storage. The phone supports a single SIM with 4G compatibility, Bluetooth 4.2 and NFC. Though wireless charging isn't an option, the Nexus 6P does support fast charging, and the phone went from fully drained to 100 percent in under two hours which is a little reassuring. The visual feel of the system has not changed much between Android Lollipop and Android Marshmallow. There are a few advances such as the vertically scrolling list for the app drawer and 'Now on Tap', which throws up relatable results for anything you're doing on any screen with a long-press of the home button.
BATTERY AND CONNECTIVITY:
The Nexus 6p battery limit has gotten an unassuming limit knock of 200 mAh from the Nexus 6's 3250 mAh to a 3450 mAh battery. Tests found that the Nexus 6P has astounding unmoving battery channel on account of Marshmallow's Doze highlight. The Nexus 6P can get a full charge from under 15 to 100 in barely 60 minutes. Indeed, even a 5-minute charge can have the effect of the smartphone staying alive while going out for a late night versus coming up short on juice when you return home. The Nexus 6P offers 2.4GHz and 5GHz dual band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.2, and NFC, which requires for Google's new Android Pay administration. Lamentably, the Nexus 6P just backings information exchanging at USB 2.0 pace regardless of utilizing the new USB-Type C Association.
PROS AND CONS:
The Nexus scope of cellphones has been ruling great, and the gadgets have reliably been appraised exceedingly by specialists around the globe. The Nexus 6P has an excellent plan and construct quality, a definite and energetic showcase, effectiveness is driven programming, execution that disgraces the purposes and everything else we've utilized, great battery life, and a camera that counts on the best in the business. On the off chance that we needed to discover any defects,that the Nexus 6P does not have an expandable capacity, sheds remote charging, and might be somewhat costly.