Google has just announced their biggest smartphone, and it is not that big as we thought in terms of size.
The newest version of Nexus 6 called the Nexus 6P will sport a slightly smaller screen of 5.7, a WQHD OLED display inches and a new design. It will also be at 7.3mm thick, similar that from the iPhone 6 Plus. The Nexus 6P will be the most premium phone yet according to Google, the very first Google Smartphone with an all-metal body, it will also have two front-faced speakers and a finger sensor at the back of the phone which can be used to unlock and open your phone or even used for payments through Android Pay or the Play Store.
The camera packs a big wallop with its 12.3 megapixel Sony sensor that can outmatch the current camera of the iPhone. The camera can also take shots in low-light and able to record slow motion and 4K resolution. Aside from the back camera, the front camera has 8 megapixels which is powerful compared to conventional front cameras.
The Nexus 6P will now be having the USB Type-C for its charging and data transfer which is becoming popular to newer model of smartphones, it will also support fast charging, as Google claimed that it is as twice as fast as an iPhone 6 Plus in terms of charging and its battery will last longer thanks to its 3450mAh battery capacity. The Nexus 6P will also have the latest Android version, the Android Marshmallow included when it is shipped to stores. As for its specs, the 6P boasts a Snapdragon 810 processor and 3GB of RAM.
Preorders for the 6P will now open and it will start shipping in late October. The 32GB model is priced at $499 while the 64GB is at $549 and the large 128GB model is at $649. The model colors will be available in white, silver and black.