2015 was indeed a great year for smartphones. And by that, we meant the sea of smartphones that came onto shore last year. Was it one of your hardest decision in life, to choose either the Samsung Galaxy S6, iPhone 6S or the Nexus 6P?
The clear winner here is actually the Nexus 6P. It’s dubbed to be the Nexus like you’ve never seen before, and the Nexus that finally delivers on the potential of the Nexus range, because it’s just better.
The Nexus 6P is actually pretty luxurious (for once) and that’s probably why it could fare up against the likes of the iPhone 6S and the Galaxy S6. The chassis is sleek with an aluminium body, and the smart fingerprint sensor on the back ensures a grip on the phone since you’ll have to pick it up every time you need to unlock the phone.
And the big and beautiful 2K AMOLED display panel is just, big and beautiful. The Nexus 6P sports a 5.7-inches with accurate colours, deep blacks and wide-viewing angles. Also, let’s not forget about the Gorilla Glass 4 and the amazing oleophobic finish that would avoid any form of fingerprints smeared on the screen.
Sure, it may have been the best phone of 2015, but it has its fair share of drawbacks as well. There’s so much to like about the Nexus 6P but you probably would have liked it better if it wasn’t unusually tall, and if the top and bottom bezels weren’t as wide. And there’s no denying the fact that the Samsung Galaxy’s premium family (S6, S6 Edge, S6 Edge+, and Note 5) has better brightness when compared to the Nexus 6P.
Still, we can’t say for a fact that it didn’t empty our wallets because it’s still a pretty darn good phone. Tell us what you think about the Nexus 6P and whether or not it deserves to be first place on the podium.