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Huawei Nexus 6P prices in Hong Kong

Nothing screams Android other than a premium Nexus smartphone that runs on a purely stock Android operating system. Google has teamed up Chinese smartphone manufacturer Huawei to produce the most premium smartphone yet. Read more below!

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Huawei Nexus 6P Price by Country

Indonesia IDR 5,490,000
Malaysia MYR 1,799
Philippines PHP 19,880
Singapore SGD 625

About Huawei Nexus 6P Hong Kong

The Nexus of Form and Function

Picking up a naked Nexus 6P in all of its glorious aeronautical-grade anodized aluminum will instantly tell you that this is no ordinary smartphone. Its aluminium uni-body feels sturdy and cool to the touch, with gentle diamond chamfers lining the edge of the smartphone, fitting comfortably in the palm of your hands. It comes in three different colors: an elegant Matte Gold, a striking Aluminium, and an extremely handsome Graphite black.

On the rear of the Nexus 6P sits the iconic visor that encircles the powerful camera. This visor is made out of the strong and durable Gorilla Glass 4, and sets the Nexus 6P apart from many other smartphones out there just through looks alone. Moving down the rear of the Nexus 6P, you will see its ergonomically placed Nexus Imprint fingerprint scanner, placed where your fingers will naturally rest when using the phone.

An Innovation of Power

Google and Huawei's Nexus 6P runs on Qualcomm's Snapdragon 810 processor that grants the Nexus 6P immense power in terms of performance. Although the Snapdragon 810 is rather controversial due to many reports of it being overheating, the Nexus 6P suffers from no such issue – in fact, the processor runs rather efficiently. Its more than powerful for day to day usage and breezes through all of your mobile games with no problems.

Charge on a whole new level

The Nexus 6P packs a massive 3450 mAh battery that lets you go on and on throughout the day, texting, browsing, and whatever else. And when you need to recharge, just plug in the reversible USB Type-C cable for super fast charging, topping you off almost completely within an hour of charging. Your smartphone will actually keep up with you for a whole day for real now.

The Pure Android Experience

Google Nexus devices have always been at the forefront for the Android operating systems, and they act as a "reference" device of sorts. Nexus smartphones and tablets have always showed off the true power and innovation of the Android operating system, and are often the first Android devices to get the latest updates and versions of it.

The Nexus 6P ships with Android 6.0 Marshmallow, but will be able to receive the latest Android 7.0 Nougat as soon as it releases. This is one of the strongest advantages Nexus devices have over other smartphones, and these updates are not only to add functions or features – they are also a means to get security updates which can make your smartphone safer.

Expert Reviews

Reviewed on 2016-09-09
It just works. It's a line we mostly use to talk about Apple, but it's really the story of the Nexus 6P . This is Google's new flagship phone, one of two it made this year to show the world just how good Android can be. It's the best hardware Google (and...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-29
Sharp, good quality screen, Great fingerprint scanner, Fast performance, Solid cameraSlightly oversaturated screen colours, Camera software could be better
Launching back in December 2015 alongside the smaller Nexus 5X , the Nexus 6P was a vast improvement over its predecessor, the Nexus 6 . With its premium metal body, USB-C port for fast charging and excellent 5.7in display, it's a far more accomplished ph...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-29
Today we're having a peek at the Nexus 6P with a custom-cut wood cover from the folks at Toast. What we've got here is an Ebony Wood cut with ash inlay with front and back cover for the Nexus 6P, both cut by the brand Toast. The custom design comes from y...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-10
Latest news: Since I first reviewed the Nexus 6P in 2015 the competitors have come and gone, and it's remained steadfastly at the top of our smartphones charts. It isn't the absolute best smartphone there is. That accolade belongs to the Samsung Galaxy S7...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-25
Sharp, good quality screen, Great fingerprint scanner, Fast performance, Solid cameraSlightly oversaturated screen colours, Camera software could be better
Launching back in December 2015 alongside the smaller Nexus 5X , the Nexus 6P was a vast improvement over its predecessor, the Nexus 6 . With its premium metal body, USB-C port for fast charging and excellent 5.7in display, it's a far more accomplished ph...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-16
The Huawei Nexus 6P measures 13.8x7.7x.7cm and weighs 177grams. The viewable screen is 12.6x7cm which gives the notional diagonal imperial measurement of 5.8inches.On the right side are the on/off button and below that the volume rocker. On the base the U...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-08
Up until very recently, Phablets have gotten a bad rep. The in-between smartphone and tablet size mobile devices are definitely bigger, but they haven't really brought anything to the table except for a larger, same resolution display – sometimes with a s...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-29
The Nexus 6P is the larger version of the two Nexus that came out last year. It is also the successor of the Nexus 6 and the “P” is stands for Premium which is very fitting even during your first glance at the smartphone. It is one of the most anticipated...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-28
When Google launched the Nexus 6 , it wasn't the upgrade Nexus 5 owners were looking for. The 5.96in screen made the Motorola-built phone too big and heavy. In 2015, Google has decided to adopt Apple's strategy and launch two phones, hopefully appealing t...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-26
Over the last couple of years, Android OEMs have moved on to using metal with their flagship smartphones, be it in the form of a metal frame, a metal and glass construction, or a full metal design. Plastic has quickly fallen out of favor, and while LG was...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-05
It's April and not only is there still snow on the ground in Toronto, but Canadian consumers have a new pair of smartphones to check out in the recently released Galaxy S7 edge and the soon-to-be-released LG G5 .With no flagship phones set to come out in...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-01
Back in late October, we handled the device we called the perfect Google phone: the Nexus 6P. It was easily love at 1st sight for me per se - and many others as well. It is a big device as it has been my daily driver since the beginning.Almost 6 months la...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-31
It's hard to tell if we've peaked with big phones, but since Apple is making a virtue out of small being the new big with its 4in iPhone SE, it is a question worth considering.The logic is impeccable that you can do a lot more on a bigger screen. But the...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-30
This is a confession.I am a Mac user, but an Android lover. I use my Macbook Pro Retina (Mac) to do my work as a blogger, but I use Android smartphone as a productivity partner to my Mac. And it does wonders for me. That has been the winning situation in...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-07
One that stands out is its fingerprint reader. Not only is it much easier to set up than Apple 's, its placement is more intelligent and practical. Unless you are checking your phone while it's lying flat on a table, Apple requires you to hold the phone i...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-29
We were seriously impressed with the Nexus 6P when it launched back in September 2015. The Huawei-made device was considerably better than the Nexus 5X if you were looking for a powerful flagship phone and didn't mind something physically bigger. Along wi...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-27
UPDATE : Several people in the comments have brought up several issues that I may have considered as minor or non issues. As such, I've amended the score to reflect that issues that have been brought up.Huawei's been on a warpath in these past few months...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-26
Google's Nexus line has consisted of a rotating cast of good-to-great smartphones for about half a decade now. The last Nexus iteration—the Nexus 6 —impressed us by being a forward-thinking, user-friendly phablet that was not only a good fit for casual us...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-17
It's been three months since we started using Huawei's Nexus 6P. It was supposed to be a short two-week review stint, but for some reason Huawei allowed us to use their Google collab device for much longer. Not that we're complaining – it's the best Nexus...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-12
Great camera, Good battery life, Fantastic fingerprint readerChunky bezels, Can run a little warm, No expandable storages
Huawei is quickly becoming one of the most interesting players in the smartphone arena. Despite having a name that no one can pronounce, the company has been consistently putting out devices that rival the big boys in terms of build and quality. But as ni...
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