7 reasons why I recommend the King of Nexus smartphones – Nexus 6P
1.USB TYPE C – latest type of USB port – reversible and fast charging.
Unlike the LG-built Nexus 5X, the Nexus 6P comes with both a Type-C cable with a USB Type-C plug on both ends and a standard USB to Type-C cable, so you can still plug your Nexus 6P into your computer or into a standard charging adapter.
2.It is a NEXUS device! – Nexus certified devices have the best that Google and Android have to offer. And are the reference devices used for the new operating systems that Google will offer to the rest.
3.Latest OS: Comes with Android Marshmallow 6.0 and is guaranteed to receive at least the next 2 Android updates.
4. Iconic hardware design (3D curved glass, diamond chamfers, aluminum unibody, etc.)
5. Stunning screen clarity – The Nexus 6P screen is bright and crisp with QHD resolution (2,560 x 1,440 pixels and 518 ppi). The 5.7-inch AMOLED display is nicely saturated, highly detailed and provides great brightness and contrast.
The Nexus 6P display is covered with Gorilla Glass 4 and is flanked on the top and bottom by stereo speakers. These make the Nexus 6P a dream for consuming media, whether video or games.
Touch response is immediate and color representation is among the best I’ve seen on an AMOLED display. The viewing angles are very good – even at a 70-degree angle, you can still clearly see the on-screen content.
6. Specifications to die for!
Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity and other hardware resources proved to be very stable. The 3 GB of RAM and Adreno 430 make multi-tasking and graphics very reliable and, all in all, the Nexus 6P delivers fast and reliable performance, even if the benchmarking seems to indicate that throttling is occurring.
7. Great for gaming as well (antutu score of 56,004)
Google Nexus 6P performance
Looking at the Nexus 6P specs, we can see we’ve got a near top-tier device, which, combined with stock Android, should provide a very fast and responsive Android experience. This is absolutely played out in reality, although benchmark results do show some thermal throttling under stress.
As mentioned above, the Nexus 6P uses the full 1.5 GHz and 2 GHz range of the Snapdragon 810 (which has four low energy cores and four high performance cores). While benchmarking back-to-back, the Nexus 6P scores dropped, which evidence of thermal throttling as the chipset heats up. I performed each benchmark three times, and in each test, the results decreased in each successive run. For example, in AnTuTu, the Nexus 6P dropped from a score of 56,004 to 53,216 to 49,317.
I would highly recommend this phone to anyone who needs a top of the line yet affordable Smartphone! Long live the King!