Google Nexus 6P by Huawei 128gb Aluminum color
The Android operating system is all about choice and one of those choices is the choice for a stock version of the operating system. The Nexus 6P, with blessings from Google, is that stock device. Maybe you’re a developer who needs a reference device. Maybe you’re a user who wants to make sure you get the date Android updates.The Nexus 6P is a follow-up device to last year’s Nexus 6. The 6P is manufactured by Huawei, while last year’s 6 was built by Motorola which can be confusing, as the Nexus devices are Google-branded, but it’s standard for the line. Google partners with a new company, every year, to manufacture the Nexus devices to their specifications, probably to put any suspicions about favoritism at ease.
This is a large phablet format phone at 5.7 inches, and comes in 32, 64 and 128GB capacities. The 6P’s camera is outfitted with a 12 megapixel sensor which also shoots in 4K video, which seems to be a standard feature among flagship devices this year. The phone also features a fingerprint sensor, and is packaging it with Android 6.0 Marshmallow (as you’d expect, this Nexus device is one of the few to feature the new operating system) with "Nexus Imprint", its biometric security solution.
Reviewers and users have reported it is fast, responsive and snappy.Interestingly, the inclusion of USB-C might be the most hotly anticipated feature of the device. USB-C was selected as the data and power port for the device, and though that sounds pretty dull, it’s the latest USB spec and has shown up on very few devices so far (the most notable being Apple retina MacBook as a power and peripheral port). USB-C allows for two-way power delivery, meaning it could be charged like a regular cell phone, or it could be used to charge other USB-C-equipped devices, along with fast (5Gbps) data speeds.