You're looking at the brand new Nexus 6P, this is the flagship Nexus from Google, made by Huawei.
Now it has a 5.7 inch analog display with forward facing speakers for sound, and around the back is the same 12.3 Sony manufactured sensor camera Right here.
Now, it has a pixel pitch of one point five five micron pixels.
Which means the pixel size are generally bigger than those found on the other mobile cameras.
And it will serve as negates the need to using optical image stabilization, basically because the pixels are, can gather a lot more light.
Which makes it ideal for low light situations.
The fingerprint censor around the back is also key to the Nexus 6.
Use the fingerprint authentication for a whole bunch of different features such as Android Pay and also falling into the device itself.
As you can see it's positioned right here on the back so when you hold the phone, your finger can fall naturally right there.
And Google says that is takes around 600 milliseconds to basically recognize your fingerprint, which makes it super quick.
Now the unibody design is cut from diamond cut edges as well here around the side.
And as well as running Google's latest version of Android, this is 6.0, or Android Marshmallow, it brings a couple of Different extra features, such as Google Now on Tap, which brings up a whole bunch of contextual information depending on what app you're in when you long press on the home button page.
Say for example you are in a text messaging app, it would be looking at basically what you're talking about, and then give you a whole bunch of information such as [UNKNOWN] And movies, locations, and options to create things like calendar events.
And on the front as well is the 8 megapixel front-facing camera, with a feature called HDR+ for even better looking selfies.
And also within the camera app itself you get slow motion video at 120 and 240 frames a second as well as 4K video capture.
The Nexus 6P is gonna be available for pre-order now on the Google store in the US, UK, Ireland, and Japan, with more countries coming in the next few weeks.
It is gonna be $499 for the 32 GB model with 64 and 128 Any ideas about models.
All sorts available.
So that's a first look at the brand new Nexus 16.
For more, make sure to check out CNET.com.
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