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Google goes all out with the Nexus 6P, the first metal phone to bear the Nexus name.
The 5.7-inch device is big, dense and equipped to compete with other phones of its size.
A fingerprint reader on the back unlocks the phone.
The Nexus is one of the first phones with a USB Type-C charging port, which has no right side up or upside down. No more fumbling to get your charging cable the right way around.
The 12-megapixel camera uses a Sony sensor.
Huawei, which makes the 6P, adds a little visual flair around the camera.
Double tap the power button to launch the camera.
Nexus, loud and proud.
The 6P is one of two devices to debut the Android 6.0 operating system, sweetly nicknamed Marshmallow.
Google Now on Tap is a new feature that gives you shortcuts to contextual information that changes based on what you're doing.
The app tray in Marshmallow gets a new search bar for finding programs faster.
From left to right, the Nexus 4, 5, 6, 6P and 5X.
Nexus phones, then and now.
Phone owners will need to stock up on Type-C cables.
The Nexus 6P is larger and a bit more advanced than the Nexus 5X, which also runs Android 6.0.
Hungry for more details? Read about the Google Nexus 6P here.