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Why I choose to recently Buy the Nexus 6(2014) Instead of the 6P!

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  1. David Bell says:

    if Google drops Huawei, don’t expect much else out of them. One would suspect Google did this to make a point

  2. sovat says:

    Sorry, man! Here is an owner of LG G3 running Marshmallow, and I don’t think it hasn’t lagged at all.

    1. That’s fair. The G3 definetly runs better since Marshmallow.

  3. Lou says:

    It’s true that the 6P is a big phone, and yes, it does have rather large bezels top and bottom. And yes, the screen is slightly smaller than the one found on the Shamu. But remember, the 6P has dual front facing speakers around it’s 5.7″ screen. Moreover, the 6P is actually SMALLER than the Shamu. 6P dimnensions are 159mm X 78mm X 7.3mm with a weight of 178g. The Nexus 6 on the other hand is 159mm X 83mm X 10.1mm with a weight of 184g. So even with the big bezels, the height of the 6P is identical to the 6, and smaller (and lighter) in every other way. But, no one knows which feels better in your hand except you, and so much of our experience with phones is subjective. At the end of the day, they’re both great phones rocking stock Android. You can’t go wrong with either.

    1. I’m sure the 6p is an amazing phone but I just can’t get passed the bezels. I bought the G3 with that reason in mind also. The 6p, physically is a bit longer. The Nexus 6 also has front facing dual speakers paired with 6 inches so I have a hard time understanding the 6P design. But I agree with you, it depends on how it feels for you

  4. Daryel says:

    The reason I upgraded from the 6 to the 6P was the fingerprint sensor. I like being able to unlock my phone with a finger-press rather than a pin or other screen unlock.

  5. Dave E says:

    I’ve used 3 of the devices mentioned. The LG G3, the Nexus 6 and 6p. All great devices, Im a Moto man at heart but the Huawei Nexus 6P is a truly great device.

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