Nexus 6P

By Rizal Raoul Reyes


MaHuawei, along with ZTE and Lenovo, is acknowledged as China’s technology dragon that is ready to challenge the behemoths in the West.


As far as Huawei is concerned, it intends to slug it out with the big guns in the mobile phone segment particularly in the upscale group.


Recently, the Philippine subsidiary of Huawei launched the Nexus 6P to give the American and Korean brands a run for their money. Interestingly, just like in politics, rivalry in business is not written in stone as Huawei and Google joined hands in producing the Android-based Nexus 6P.


The Nexus 6P is born to impress not only because of the external, but internal features as well. The external appearance of all metal body exudes class and durability as well elegant looks. According to Huawei, the metal body was made from aeronautical-grade anodized aluminum. Furthermore, it is equipped with the old reliable Corning Gorilla Glass 4 on the screen ensuring it has scratch-proof capabilities.


Meanwhile, the sides of the Nexus 6P have a fine craftsmanship that is easy to handle.


The Huawei Nexus 6P gets the nod even from the discriminating smart phone user mainly because of its elegant appearance. But it is just the beginning as the Nexus 6P is also a mean machine.


It is powered by the latest version of the octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon guaranteed to give longer staying power.


Furthermore, the 3GB of RAM and Adreno 430 graphics enables a user to store a lot of data, movies, music, and games. Furthermore, it has a humongous 3450mAh battery to ensure a user a whole day use with general use.


Photo aficionados will surely enjoy using the Nexus 6P. It has a huge 5.7” Active Matrix OLED (AMOLED) display. Moreover, the Nexus 6P allows a user to play games, watch movies and Youtube files and complemented by a powerful front-facing stereo speakers that delivers clear audio.


Thanks to the wonderful specifications of the Nexus 6P (12.3MP rear camera (1.55µm; 8MP front camera (1.4µm) is an able device for outdoor photo shoots.


For enhanced security, Huawei has installed the Nexus Imprint feature. The company’s designers conveniently placed the feature at the back of the device for easier handling. It just needs one touch to turn on the phone and unlock the apps for easy access. Registering a new fingerprint takes is a breeze requiring a user less than eight seconds.


The PhP 29, 000 smart phone is definitely a great alternative and definitely gives you your money’s worth.


April 2016 Health and Lifestyle

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