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Rating 4.6 out of 5 stars with 448 reviews

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  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Best smartphone of 2015

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    This is hands down the best smartphone on the market. It is the epitome of Android devices with no lag, no slowing down, and great battery life, thanks to the pure, vanilla, stock, Android. The fast-charging is extremely convenient and the battery life is superb, with more than enough for a full day on each full charge, especially thanks to Doze. The build quality of the phone is amazing. It's sturdy, strong, and no, it has not bent. The camera is great for low-light shots and a huge improvement over last year's Nexus 6. The size really isn't that bad, either. Another great thing is the super quick fingerprint sensor which is placed in the perfect position. Overall, Androids as a whole finally have a flagship phone which Google can show off and use as an example for the perfect Android phone. This is finally an Android phone that is to Android as iPhones are to iOS, and if you're thinking of going from iOS to Android, this is the phone to get.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Still one of the best Android phones on the market

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    The Nexus 6P was always a great Android device that is as quick as they get, super smooth, and has a very nice feel to it. Now with Android Nougat/7.0, it's even quicker than the latest Samsung Note 7 flagship, and has fantastic battery standby time compared to previous versions of Android. It's camera us very good, and the slower HDR processing has been resolved with N too. The only reasons I wouldn't give this phone 5 stars is that it doesn't have Optical Image Stabilization (OIS), which makes a bug negative difference for video recording, and that it's metal frame can easily get damaged compared to stronger, series 7000 aluminum found in most flagships. It's also very big for its screen size, but it's stereo, front facing speakers make up for that.

    I would recommend this to a friend
    • Brand response from Huawei Customer Care
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      Thank you, t1328, for your review. We are effusive to learn that you find the Nexus 6P quicker than our competitor's smart phones. We will forward your concerns regarding the Optical Image Stabilization to our development team as we are always looking for ways to improve our products. Thank you for being a valued Huawei customer. (SP) HuaweiCustomerCare

  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Great buy, great smartphone camera

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    Bought it when it was on sale. I use this with project fi and it works great. Bluetooth connects fast, no issue connecting with any of my Bluetooth enabled devices. Camera is excellent, I've used it mostly for taking photographs of nature while I'm out hiking. Screen size was a bit large for my petite hands but I'm getting used to it.

    I would recommend this to a friend
    • Brand response from Huawei Customer Care
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      We are so glad that you are happy with your purchase, Ed3n. Thank you for shopping Huawei and thank you for your detailed feedback. HuaweiCustomerCare

  • Rated 2 out of 5 stars

    Amazing performance, poor quality parts

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    I have owned the 6P for 4 months now. I was extremely satisfied with this phone until the volume rocker button dented simply from pressing on it. Let me say that again, I pressed the volume up portion of the rocker and it left a crease in the button metal! The phone was always kept in a protective case, was never dropped was handled with care. Although I was disappointed at first, I didn't think this would be a big deal until I was out of town on business and the battery died as I was arriving at the airport. I gave the phone a quick charge and tried to power it back on. NOPE! Since the volume rocker was creased it was apparently causing the phone's boot menu to run on power up. I could not get the phone past this menu no matter how hard I tried. This caused me quite a few problems. Lucky for me I was on my way back home instead of just leaving to go out of town. This led me to research the problem online. To my surprise this is a well documented problem experienced by MANY 6P owners. I had to contact Huawei for warranty support. The process was quick, but rather odd. They immediately asked me to email them a photo of the damage. I sent the photo and I received multiple, somewhat confusing communications back from them. One of them being a RMA number and then another was for a UPS shipping label. I packed my phone up and sent it back to Huawei for review. It has only been a few days, so I have no idea how this will turn out. I suspect they will either repair the button or send me a refurbished phone. Either way it is a bad situation to be in. I had to get a loaner phone to use during this process and that wouldn't be too bad if it wasn't for the process involved to have my work email added to a device (painful). I really liked the phone until this happened, but I am not sure it is worth the hassle when you run into a problem not to mention the buttons should never be made of material that can bend so easily. I would avoid all Huawei phones until they can prove they build better phones.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend
    • Brand response from Huawei Customer Care
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      Hello BMarkus, we are sorry to hear about the trouble you have recently had with your phone. We will forward this review to our product team as we are always looking to improve our product. As well, thank you for contacting our support team and having your phone sent to us. We know that not having your phone can be a frustrating situation. Our goal is to troubleshoot your phone and hopefully fix it as quickly as possible so that you can have it again. We do appreciate your patience while we work on it and hope that we can earn some more stars on that review in the future. (DM) HuaweiCustomerCare

  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent phone; great bang for the buck!

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    TLDR: Had the phone for about a month, and overall, very pleased with it. No regrets at all. The best feature of this phone has got to be the lack of bloatware that the carriers require on their phones along with the frequent security updates that Google releases. If you like to have more control over your phone - then this is the one to get. Size: It is a little bigger than the other "flagship" phones, which can be good if you stick it in your back pocket - you won't forget that it's there when you sit down. Also,great for web browsing. Camera: The camera takes great photos (certainly better than my previous S4 and S5) - though you may want a camera app that does a bit more than the one that comes installed. You'll also need a app for photo management since there is no "Gallery" (the CM QuickPic is a good one). Charging: It uses the new USB-C connector - so if you have a bunch of the older micro USB chargers - I'd recommend getting a 4 pack or so of the MicroUSB adapters (no fast charge support, but for night time charging who cares). You'll also want to keep one with you since not everyone has the USB-C cable. Though it certainly holds a charge for the whole day and then some. For more information on the faulty MicroUSB adapters, google "Benson Leung usb-c" Storage: Depending on how much you store, I'd recommend getting at least the 64GB model - since this phone does not have microSD card support. This is the only real negative - even if I never use all the space - the option for expanded storage should always be available. Case: Get one. This one came with the slim Speck grip case. Works great. Other observations: If you use Verizon - It appears that the Visual Voicemail feature is not compatible with the Google Messenger app, so had to stick to basic VM notification. Also, the Verizon Cloud app does not work - so you won't be able to restore any items you backed up using that app on a Verizon carrier phone. There are plenty of free apps you can use to directly transfer over the same information though. There are some specific VZ Apps for the Nexus 6p and if you also have FIOS their app works so you can stream TV to your phone. Finally, it's worth mentioning that Verizon now charges $20 when you add one of their phones to your plan, but if you provide one of your own (like the Nexus 6p) - then no fee. If you want a great phone for a price that won't break the bank, but give you all the features of phones costing $300 more, then get the Nexus 6p.

    I would recommend this to a friend
    • Brand response from Huawei Customer Care
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      Thank you for your detailed review, AKDC, we greatly appreciate it! HuaweiCustomerCare

  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Awesome Phablet, expect drama on Verizon

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    Reviewers much tech-ier than me have given more complete reviews, so I'll keep it to the layperson's POV. My Samsung Galaxy S5 shattered so I decided, instead of going to S6 (or S7, soon to launch), I'd go Google Nexus 6P. It's huge compared to the S5, but you get used to it very quickly. Battery life is great, camera is great and obvi VIP support from Google. HOWEVER...warnings to those of you who are on VZW, which I insist upon, as I live in San Francisco (ATT sucks in SF). First, know that it absolutely does work on VZW, but comes with some drama, whereas the Samsung (and other Android devices, I'm sure) do not have. 1) VZW does not support Visual Voice Mail on the 6P, that really ticks me off, Verizon; thus, your workaround is a pain through Google Voice install; 2) MMS is very unreliable if you're also OTP, SMS is no issue, but for some reason, MMS does not come through sending or receiving, until you're off the phone; thus, your workaround is Google Hangouts install 3) VZW sends you this gibberish text every time you get a voice mail, which you either have to just live with as basically the notification alert and ignore the nonsensical text itself, or you have to spend a looooong time with VZW customer (un)service and even then, it's a crapshoot that the person knows how to turn these annoying texts off. Bottom line: this is a fantastic phablet, highly recommend; but anticipate a number of frustrations if you're on Verizon Wireless until they can get their act together and decide to support Nexus 6P (whereas other carriers like ATT are already doing). This is an awesome device!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Best Smartphone there is.

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    This is the best phone you can get, period. That is if you like android. From the awesome camera, which is so much better than my previous Note 4, to the build quality. But the best part is how fast this phone is. Since it is a pure android phone straight from google , there is no bloatware installed on the phone, I have yet to experience any stuttering or slowdowns. The camera I can honestly say is better than the Iphone 6s. My girlfriend and I tried them both during low light scenarios and the Nexus 6P outperforms it in this category. Under regular lighting hard to tell the difference between them. Just get this phone, it is beautiful, fast, and great quality overall.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Wonderful Device for the Unlocked Phone User

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    This is a great device if you want pure unadulterated Android. Great specs, although behind on the latest S7 I know that I'll get the most up to date OS updates which makes up for it. Images taken with the 6P match the iPhone 6s and Samsung S6/Note 5/S7 in quality, all my images have been great! A first for the Nexus line. The looks of the device are wonderful, face it we want our phone to look good if sales of the 6S, S6, Note 5, G4, and S7 are not proof enough. This flagship Nexus can stand side by side with those models and stand out on its own in the looks department. No QI charger, but the USB-C connector has made me forget all about the wireless charging. It is wicked fast, and keeping the screen off makes it charge even faster. This is also the closest you can get to a phone that can go to any carrier ala iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s. Verizon, Sprint, AT&T, T-Mobile, US Cellular, Simple, Tracphone, Metro PCS, you name it it supports it. It was my decision maker as I can swap sims when I travel or jump on another carrier if I decided to. This is true freedom and I love it. So if you are on the fence, just jump on over and join the Nexus family. You'll enjoy the best that Google has to offer and always be up to date with the Android platform.

    I would recommend this to a friend
    • Brand response from Huawei Customer Care
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      Thank you for your detailed feedback, techferret, we greatly appreciate it! HuaweiCustomerCare

  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Love It

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    The speakers... The flat panel all touch display.. Stock Android 6.0.. Fast, snappy, without overheating... Sleek lines, comfortable to hold and perfect fingerprint scanner placement all are why this is my favorite Android smartphone. I retired my Galaxy Note 5 for the Nexus 6, and the extra $50 for 64GB was a steal compared to Samsungs tiered pricing. Swyping on the on-screen keyboard is amazingly accurate, I didn't get this level of accuracy using the Spen on my older Note 5. The crowning moment, cementing my decision to stay with the Nexus was when I played my first song and video. The speakers on this beauty will best any smartphone currently on the market. The stereo sound is so loud, and clear that understand why Google didn't underscore this achievement by placing underpowered earbuds along with the Nexus package. Lastly, the added second USB C cable is a great offering from Google considering how new the technology still is. I could go on and on about this phone, but nothing I say can truly convey the awesome experience you'll have after firing up your own Nexus 6p.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Fast phone with a few flaws

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    When I was looking into buying this phone there were a few items that were troublesome. I was coming from a Galaxy Note 4 and was dubbed the "photographer" due to the stellar camera. I also loved the expandable storage options they offered. When I looked into this phone, it was a bit of an adjustment to have a lesser camera sensor and only built in storage options. However, I adjusted to the lack of expandable storage. The camera thus far has been alright, HDR mode seems to get the job done. You will definitely notice that there is a darker tone to the images you are taking, so you need to be more cognisant of the lighting offered in the surrounding area. Overall, the primary reasons I purchased this phone was because of the awesome battery life and the stock Android experience. Battery life is awesome on this phone! I can go 2 days or more at times without a charge (with moderate use). The operating system is one of the quickest experiences I have had on a phone. In addition since this phone is not carrier specific, you get updates quicker and more frequently. I own the 64gb variant and am on Verizon's network. If you are coming from a smaller phone, be advised this is one of the tallest phones on the market and it may take some getting use to in you pocket.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Top level performace for mid level cost

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    I have used the 6P for about a month now and I am very impressed. This phone has done everything I have asked of it and hasn't hiccupped even once. Phone call quality: Good. Cell and WIFI reception: Good. Camera quality: Excellent. I am especially impressed with it's low light photo quality! Battery life: Decent to good. It lasts at least the whole day, sometimes two days, if I'm not using it excessively. Only once or twice have I needed to charge it before day's end. The good news is it charges very fast. I can get a full charge in less than an hour and a half. And a 15 minute charge gives it a good boost. I like the larger screen size. It took a little getting used to carrying and holding a larger phone, but it fits in my pocket ok and I've adjusted to handling it, so all in all it's a good thing. Btw the screen image is really good. Sharp and clear. Natural, yet vivid and pleasing color. No noticeable degradation with off angle viewing. You can set it manually to any brightness you want or select adaptive mode that adjusts to whatever light you're in. Bright sunshine is a bit of a challenge for adaptive mode, but you can manually adjust it brighter if you need to. The audio quality through the built-in speakers is good for a smartphone, but let's be real: if you want good sound you'll have to use other speakers. I'm happy to report that, unlike the newest iphone, the 6P still has a headphone jack that easily and inexpensively allows you to connect to headphones and other audio systems for quality listening. I'm not a gamer so you'll have to read other reviews for their input, but this phone has effortlessly handled music, videos, web surfing, tons of "Ok Google" queries, Android Auto, and oh yeah, phone calls effortlessly. It's a definite keeper for me, and I would recommend it to anyone. It's hard to explain, but this phone operates with a smoothness and effortlessness that makes me feel like it's capable of handling much more than I will ever throw at it. It is a well made, quality phone.

    I would recommend this to a friend
    • Brand response from Huawei Customer Care
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      Thanks for your review! We are exuberant to learn that you find this to be a quality phone! (SP) HuaweiCustomerCare

  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Easily the best Android phone ever

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    I've read many proclamations that the 6P is a great phone or that it's the best Android phone, but that can be hard to believe until you've actually used it for a few days. Those reviews are pretty much true and it easily bests my LG G4 and HTC One M8. The fingerprint reader is fast and accurate and its placement on the back is not a hindrance to using Android Pay. Huawei positioned the NFC tag in the black visor area so you can easily tap and pay while your finger is on the print reader. The gold color looks nice and is subtle, not obnoxious. And the thin body feels good in the hands. (But it's a little slippery so get a case or be careful.) Only mark against it is the lack of SD card but Google just hates them for some reason. The good news is Android 6 supports thumb drives natively now so the Sandisk USB C thumb drive works fine with many file explorers now. Overall, I'm very happy with this phone and plan on sticking with it for some time.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    The premium standout of all-around devices

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    This phone is the most easily recommendable nexus device to date. The nexus brand holds true to their old ways in NOT including an SD card slot and of course, pure un-skinned, un-tampered Android. Although they have strayed away from their old ways in build quality. The nexus phones used to be, for a long while, more of a budget conscious device that were built on the lower-mid quality spectrum of phones. On this device, the specs were the highest in class when it was first released. Of course, there are "beefier" spec'd phones now because of the endless competition between manufacturers, which brings this device into a more well-rounded category. It's not the best of the best, but it certainly leaves out unnecessary features that the "best of the best" phones boast about and it leaves behind a clean, well balanced phone with great capabilities. The cameras (front & back) are great, the processor inside (Snapdragon 810) is great, the speakers (which are dual front facing speakers) are GREAT, as well as the QuadHD display that sits between them. There is a fingerprint scanner, because of course no phone would be premium these days without one and it works wonderfully. To wrap all of that up, Android as an operating system has massively improved from it's past versions. I find that with each new major update to Android it becomes more intuitive and actually more useful in day-to-day use. The fact that this, like all nexus devices is always first to get these new versions of Android, just makes this purchase feel much more worth it in longevity. It feels good to know that the longer I have this device, the more features it will gain over time through updates.

    I would recommend this to a friend
    • Brand response from Huawei Customer Care
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      Thank you for your detailed feedback, Pbjstat. We will relay this to our design team as they will surely appreciate it. HuaweiCustomerCare

  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Good for the money

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    The bad: The construction of the phone is not the best. 1. Button placement is horrible. Especially to hold while running. 2. If I tap the back of the phone (near camera raised area) I can hear it rattling loose or unsecured parts inside. 3. The phone gets HOT sometimes 4. Calls often have static in them.. 5. Some of this maybe because I am running Cyanogen and not factory ROM. But I don't it because I did run factory for a little while and calls still had high amount of static. The Good: 1. Its far cheaper than a Samsung phone and does most of the same things. 2. The phone gets updates the same year it is released unlike my useless Samsung. 3. The USB C thing works flawless. I bought some adapters so that I can use the micro USB cords. Yes both data and charge works fine on my laptop. 5. Loved the fact it did not come with junk apps from anyone willing to pay the manufacture. But the Google garbage they could have kept. For me given this phones cost and performance I wont be going back to 3rd party phones again. The new Samsungs cost over $800, but you will be LUCKY to get Android N on it before your warranty expires. Think about it.

    I would recommend this to a friend
    • Brand response from Huawei Customer Care
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      Thank you for your detailed feedback, What, we greatly appreciate it! HuaweiCustomerCare

  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Nexus 6P: The Best Nexus Smartphone Yet

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    In the past, the criticism of owning a Nexus smartphone isn't because of the stock Android experience, or fast updates, or the ease of customizing it. It was some essentials such as battery life, camera, build quality and the like. I'm happy to report that the Nexus 6P is the most complete flagship phone out there yet. It's the first in the series that's got a metal body, a proper camera (finally), a really good battery, spectacular AMOLED display, front-facing speakers, a design that is distinct...I mean, have you seen the black bar across the top, and the Nexus logo? Yes, the phone is phablet-sized, but thanks to its thinness, I was able to adjust fairly quickly (I previously owned a Nexus 5, a near-5 inch phone). Of course, you'll also have the latest OS from Google, regular updates for at least two years, and security updates for around 3 years. If you want a powerhouse of a phone, you should seriously consider the Nexus 6P.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    A Great Phone for Those Who Want Freedom

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    I sold off my Samsung Galaxy S6 so I could buy this phone, even though I knew the S7 was going to be announced at a conference within a week or so, because I wanted to move to a phone that was not controlled by a carrier or manufacturer. I do not regret that at all, and have no envy of the S7 for anything except the camera. Especially with a recent update (March 2016), this thing is amazingly snappy, has great battery life, has no bloatware, and I have total control over the bootloader and rooting. Thee screen is excellent, although it doesn't get quite as bright as the S6 when set to max, such as for outdoor use on sunny days, but is still adequate. Indoors or overcast, though, and you won't notice the difference. Combine that with the best dual front-firing speakers on any phone, and it's great for media playback. To me, the single notable mark against it is the camera, and not because it's bad; it's fairly solid. But compared to the S6 and now S7, it's simply not as good. No OIS is noticeable at times, and the stock camera is barebones. Also, it cannot shoot 1080p video at 60FPS, which is unfortunate. But if you want a phone that gives you a lot of freedom, is a fantastic performer, with a larger, crisp screen, this is the one to get.

    I would recommend this to a friend
    • Brand response from Huawei Customer Care
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      Thank you for your detailed feedback, Voidmoji. We will relay this information to our product development team as we are always looking for new ways to improve upon our existing products. HuaweiCustomerCare

  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Nexus Continues To Thrive

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    So, I recently bought this phone. I had a 16GB iPhone 6s Plus that was just filled up to the max. I was disappointed with the direction that Apple has taken with their new iPhone 7, so I decided it was time to go back to Android. I took my phone into Best Buy and traded it for a giftcard (got $270) and put it towards this device! I have always been a fan of the Nexus brand of devices. They are super fast and nice. This phone DOES NOT DISAPPOINT! It's speedy, beautiful, and functions in every way/shape I need it to. I love the all-metal design. That's so beautiful. So far, I am very happy with this purchase. It does get really hot at certain points, but it doesn't seem to affect performance at all! Worth the money!

    I would recommend this to a friend
    • Brand response from Huawei Customer Care
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      Thank you for your review! We are happy to hear that you are satisfied with your smartphone's aesthetics! (SP) HuaweiCustomerCare

  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Give up your iPhone now!

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    I have only ever had iPhones and wanted to upgrade my iPhone 5 until I realized AT&T doesn't subsidize upgrades anymore. I wanted a better camera but didn't want to fork over $900+ for the iPhone 6+. I spent a ton of time researching every phone out there and narrowed down to this or the Samsung note 5. This phone was way cheaper and when I compared the phones' pictures I actually like this ones better. I am so pleased! I wouldn't switch back to an iPhone if I got one for free... It took some acclimation to the android system but I love everything about it... Best phone on the market!

    I would recommend this to a friend
    • Brand response from Huawei Customer Care
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      Thank you for the wonderful review. We are very pleased to hear how much you love the 6P. (DM) HuaweiCustomerCare

  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Very impressive indeed!

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    The Nexus 6P is one heck of a phone. As I expected, it took me awhile to get it configured the way I wanted it, but it's done. I decided to leave it on the last version of Marshmallow (MTC20L) because of known incompatibilities using Nougat with a few apps, and it's running very nicely. I have already tried it with my Verizon SIM and an AT&T Straight Talk SIM - no issues with either. If you're already an Android user, these days Google makes it somewhat easier to fire up a new phone, because it "remembers" which apps you were using and lets you download them to the new device all at once. You still have to re-enter passwords and do tweaks, but at least some of the drudge work is done.

    I would recommend this to a friend
    • Brand response from Huawei Customer Care
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      Excellent! It's great hearing how you were able to make the 6P your own. This phone can hold it's own with a lot of new phones and comes in at a fraction of the price with a lot of competitors. We hope you continue have a great experience with your 6P. Thanks you for the great review, PJay. (DM) HuaweiCustomerCare

  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Exceptional Nexus phone from Huawei/Google

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    This phone features a fantastic metal design, and a gorgeous quad HD screen. Now with Android 7.0 you can also set the DPI of the screen to your preference so that's another plus. At first I had trouble adjusting to the physical size of it since I was coming from an iPhone 5S which is dwarfed in comparison to the Nexus 6P, but in a few weeks this size feels normal. I've switched back and forth between Android and iOS from the Galaxy S2 days, and I've always preferred iPhone overall because of their industrial design. Lately, Apple's been making some poor design decisions; they know it too because they hid the camera bump in the marketing materials for their iPhones. On the other hand, Android OEMs have really stepped up their design game, and this phone is the proof in the pudding (along with others like the Samsung Galaxy S7, HTC 10, OnePlus 3, etc). Not to mention, Android has been maturing into a beautiful, fluid, and functional mobile OS while iOS stagnates, still locking its users into the use cases that Apple deems "correct." I decided I'm longer gonna let a corporation decide how I want to use my property. I will give one thing to Apple though, their software updates are pretty much on point (the only problem being they'll issue a final update that hammers the nail in the coffin for old devices, making it unusable and slow). If you can get this phone on sale I guarantee you will not regret it. The Nexus phones, ever since the Nexus 4, have always had some design gimmick that makes the phones stand out. The Nexus 4 had the glass back with the tiny square pattern. The Nexus 5 (in black at least), was a flat black slate at the front and had an interesting camera hump in the back, where when I laid the phone on the table people would ask "ooh what phone is that?". The Nexus 6P is no exception, the camera "visor" gives the phone a unique look, and in the frost white color it really does remind me of a storm trooper. The only issue I have is that I wish the volume rocker switch was on the left side. I am used to hitting the volume buttons with my right thumb now (I'm right handed), but I still would have preferred them on the left. In conclusion, I highly recommend this phone and you should grab one if you can find it on sale.

    I would recommend this to a friend
    • Brand response from Huawei Customer Care
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      Thank you for your review! We are happy to hear that you are satisfied with your Nexus 6P's performance and aesthetics! (SP) HuaweiCustomerCare