Nexus 6P Review!


After using the Nexus 6P for more than 2 weeks, if you asked me, “Is the Nexus 6P any good Max?”

I am gonna save you a bunch of time and money by telling you Nexus 6P isn’t good at all. In fact you don’t even have to watch the rest of this video. The Nexus 6P isn’t good, it’s f**king great.

Power button and volume buttons are easy to press, dedicated fingerprint sensor on the back is the fastest I’ve tried, front-facing dual stereo speakers that will wow your friends, and reversible USB type-C are all included in this sleek, new all-metal unibody design.

The metal unibody cools to the touch and holding the Nexus 6P is a fascinating experience, it’s so good I almost do not want to use a case on it. Of course, Nexus 6P is two-handed device and highly recommended for those of you who want the experience of tablet and smartphone in one. 6P’s resolution of 2560×1440 and a whopping 5.7-inch screen size is simply perfect for phablet lovers like myself who daily drive the Note 5 normally. Screen itself is an AMOLED screen similar to the one found on the Note 5. Although not as bright as the Note 5, it is 40% brighter than LCD displays used on phones like LG V10, OnePlus Two, and Xperia Z5.

Probably the coolest feature on this phone is its 12MP camera that takes excellent, crisp photos that simply wows. Bowwowwow yipeeyoyipeeyey. Compared to the Note 5 and LG V10, the Nexus 6P’s back camera has even wider angle view, giving you super wide-angle shots. Couple that with its large camera sensor size of 1.55 microns and you have one of the best smartphone cameras of 2015. Of course, its only downfall is that the camera does not have OIS to eliminate shakes and 4K recording is abysmally shaky. But I found OIS isn’t a huge factor in still photos and the Nexus 6P does offer EIS (electronic image stabilization) for 1080P videos that works great, check out my video demo. When I fell in love with the 6P, it was because of the camera. If you need a smartphone with excellent photography skills, the 6P is definitely up there. The 6P also does slow motion at 240fps in 720P HD, one of the best I’ve tried on a smartphone. Check out my slow motion test video with my golf swing if you want to see what it’s capable of.

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Max Lee

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