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Still comfy

Google took the original Nexus 6P and covered it in gold. Same specs. Same everything. Except, gold.

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Side by side

Here's the original Nexus 6P and the new hotness, side by side.

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Fast sensor

The Nexus 6P still has one of the fastest fingerprint sensors we've ever experienced.

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Power, volume

Such an elegant metal design.

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Camera

The camera still lacks some of the features we've become accostomed to on other phones.

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Smooth

There's nothing like a smooth metal backside.

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Pixel density

That's a sharp 2,560x1,440-pixel resolution.

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More backside

Seriously, did I mention the smooth backside?

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Contrast

With the gold version, the constrast in the design is really pronounced.

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Front camera

The 8-megapixel front-facing camera takes good photos, but appears to apply an automatic air-brushing effect to images.

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Corners

Those smooth rounded corners.

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Cable

Plug in that USB Type-C charging cable any way you like.

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Any way

Well, almost any way. Let's be sensible here.

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Shield

That big golden shield is quite comforting.

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