The very first model in Google’s hardware range to move away from the developing upper mid-range devices to producing flagships that come on par with the best in the market was the Motorola-made Nexus 6.
However, it was the Nexus 6P that perfected the flaws of its predecessor, just like how the Samsung Galaxy S7 sits one level above the Galaxy S6.
That said, despite being merely a rough image of the Nexus 6P, the 6.0-incher, launched in 2014, received way too much criticism than it truly deserved.
As time passed, folks became more accepting toward bigger displays and hopped on the phablet bandwagon. This resulted in them finally realizing what an amazing device the Nexus 6 is. It’s such a charm that it deserves to be loved as much as the Nexus 5.
The Nexus 6P’s specs actually do come close to the specs of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. It came with a Quad HD display, superb performance hardware and it wasn’t as prone to issues as it is with other recent Nexus devices.
The LTE outage was the most recent issue and even that didn’t take long to be rectified. Apart from that, frustrations regarding the quality and reliability of this Nexus device have been at a bare minimum.