The Nexus 6P reviews seem to be really good and they keep coming. After the reviews that came out about the flagship offerings of HTC and OnePlus, Android fans became more careful in choosing the right mobile device and made very specific and detailed reviews. However, from the early reviews that have been published on the Internet, we realized that the reviews are really satisfying, without that many complaints for the new Nexus 6P, Google’s own flagship Android phone for 2015. Let’s read some of the reviews.
Those from the Android Police stated that finally Google and Huawei “made magic” with this new device despite the little gripes about the life of the battery and lack of expandable storage.
Really the only problem still weighing on my mind is the potential for burn-in on the 6P’s Super AMOLED display, but when I take into account everything this device has going for it from the build quality to that camera, it seems like a no-brainer that I’ll use a 6P as my daily device. Google and Huawei have made magic here, and despite some minor flaws I’d recommend this phone to anyone. If you have $500 to spend on a phone, this should be on your shortlist.
Marques Brownlee did a review as well and he simply was impressed by the mobile device. He stated that “has lived up to a lot of the hype” and “it’s quickly become one of my favorite smartphones right now.” Marques is very known in this area by giving very good reviews about anything from mobile phones to headphones. If he is pleased by the new Nexus 6P, then we will take him at his word.
Jared Newman, a writer for Fast Company who was very skeptic about the new Nexus 6P finally gave up and realized that it is a pretty good mobile device.
[The Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P are] much cheaper than a typical flagship, and you can take them to pretty much any wireless carrier in the United States and get a discount on wireless service. You still have to stomach the up-front price—the only way to pay in installments is with an invite to Google’s experimental Project Fi wireless service—but it saves money in the long run.
Just as importantly, they’re solid phones, capable of holding their own against today’s flagships. It took five years, a major shift in wireless service, and countless technological advances, but at last it feels like Nexus phones’ time has come.
And finally, here you have a video from Android Authority in which it is discussed the device’s body, display and the implementation of Android 6.0 software.
The verdict? I believe I encountered enough reviews to say that the Nexus 6P mobile device has potential and the fact that $500 will be a well-spent amount of money on this phone.