So let's start with a Nexus 6P.
Now I've been using this device for several weeks, and I'm absolutely loving it.
We partnered with Waway to create the first ever full metal body Nexus phone.
It's crafted from aeronautical grade anodized aluminium, and the phone is only seven point three millimeters thin.
And it has beautiful diamond cut edges and a [UNKNOWN] back that makes it feel really comfortable to hold.
The phone is available in three colors, frost white, aluminium and graphite.
Now, the Nexus XP has an incredibly vibrant, 5.7 inch WQHD [UNKNOWN] display.
And we've maximized the area of the screen to be 74% of the overall device.
Inside, the phone packs the latest 64 bit processor, powered by an almost three and a half amp hour battery.
The brand new USB type C port brings fast charging.
So the Nexus 6P can charge fully in about half the time of an iPhone 6 Plus.
And of course Type-C gets you the much more convenient reversible plug so no more guessing which way is up.
You'll also notice the phone has stereo forward facing speakers for clear crisp sound Now, the Nexus XP has the best camera we've ever put into a Nexus device.
A 12.3 megapixel, so the imaging sensor, with enormous 1.55 micron pixels.
We've also incorporated a high resolution eight megapixel front facing camera with HDR plus, So you can get the world's best selfies on this phone.
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