Google Nexus 6P – Why Does it Stand out from the Rest?


All rumors and speculations are indicating towards the fact that Google wants to refresh its Nexus 6P offering. The smartphone was first launched back in the fall of 2015 and it’s still making waves in the smartphone industry. One of the most intriguing things about Nexus 6P is not the fact that it’s selling so well despite its age but that it has managed to gather a large fan base.

We think that the reason why Nexus 6P has one of the largest fan bases in the Android world is because first off all Google is directly in charge of it and also because it provides users with outstanding performances.

Huawei is the company that was in charge of equipping Nexus 6P with hardware parts and it’s safe to say that the Chinese manufacturer has done an amazing job at that. With that being said, today we’re going to take look under Nexus 6P’s hood and see what makes it so special.

Processor and RAM

Qualcomm is the biggest mobile processor manufacturer in the world right now and it shouldn’t come as a surprise that Nexus 6P is fueled by one of Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 810 CPU. The processor features eight cores which clock at 1.55GHz and 2.0GHz. If this doesn’t seem impressive enough, maybe you should know that Nexus 6P’s processor has also been coupled with 3GB RAM and an Adreno 430 graphics processing unit.

Storage Space and Battery

Smartphones have become essential items to our everyday lives because of their endless amount of uses. Many users tend to store work related documents on their gadgets in order to make it easier to edit and carry them around and this is why Nexus 6P’s storage space matters so much.

Because Google decided to not include microSD support, Nexus 6P offers a wide range of storage space in compensation for that. The smartphone can be acquired in the 32GB, 64GB and 128GB of on-board storage space variants. When it comes to battery, Nexus 6P impresses with its huge non-removable Li-Po 3,450 mAh battery that’s able of lasting for days on end.

One thought on “Google Nexus 6P – Why Does it Stand out from the Rest?”

  1. Battery does not last for days on end. In fact it lasts about one day with moderate use.

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