Google Nexus 6P: Amazing phone but difficult to find
It seems like the Google Nexus 6P device is the last of the Nexus brand and apparently it’s replacement is something completely different.
While the Nexus 6P was £449, Google raises the price for Pixel and Pixel XL handsets at about £599 and £719, respectively. The new Pixel devices are extremely good but the price place it along with the Apple iPhone 7 Plus and Samsung Galaxy S8. I mean, it has great features but are they worth £240 more? Not so much.
Right now the Nexus 6P is nowhere to find, and you can have it only if you’re willing to search through second hand markets, where you can get a great deal and pay less.
It’s a shame that Google thought it would be better to increase the payment.
It was released in 2014. Although it was a pretty good phone, the size of it was enormous, so we got Nexus 6P. It’s lighter, slimmer and smaller, with a 5.7inch display, similar to the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, Note 5 and iPhone 6sPlus.
Besides those other changes, the Motorola manufacturer lets Huawei Chinese technology to take over. Huawei’s experience can be seen in the Nexus 6P’s design. In this area, it is clearly better than Nexus 6 because it’s less slippery and bulky than it was the older model and this is very important to a lot of people.
The screen is protected by Gorilla Glass 4 to prevent scratches and drops. It even has the new Type-C USB ports, which leaves a mark on all the new soon to be launched devices and promises faster charging! It’s more robust than the Micro-USB version and it’s easier to plug your cable in the USB port without the fear of breaking it. You can also reverse the power and charge other devices using your phone.