From:Ljud och Bild, IDG, PriceRunne
Nexus 6P has won widespread recognition among many technology media and consumers. According to Prisjakt, the biggest searching engine in Sweden, Nexus 6P has been listed as No.1 in the Top Heat Mobile Board for ten consecutive days. Thanks to its excellence in both hardware and software, Nexus 6P was given five media awards in Sweden.
Ljud och Bild, the biggest testing archive of consumer electronic product in North Europe, awarded Nexus 6P “Special Recommend Award”, speaking highly of the pure Android system experience with newest technology and the amazing lens.
IDG, the mainstream IT website in Sweden, awarded Nexus “Best Smartphone Award”, saying it has high-quality exterior design and friendly user interface.
After in depth test, PriceRunner Digital Life, whose website and magazine covers all digital life in Sweden, prasied Nexus 6P is the biggest and best Google phone ever and given it “Best Smartphone Award” also.
Swedriod, the biggest Android forum in Sweden, awarded Nexus “Best Recommend Award”, saying that Nexus 6Pis not only a super phone for Nexus fans but also suitable for all phone users. It is a perfect gift for the upcoming Christmas.
Mobil, one of the biggest magazine in Sweden communication field, gave Nexus “Top Testing Score”, saying consumers now have more solid reasons to buy Nexus 6P other than enjoying the software update in the first time.
It’s been an interesting couple of years for smartwatches, with Google getting involved last year with Android Wear, Samsung upping their game and increasingly better-looking hardware coming from all corners of the market. Android Wear is now an established platform, and there have been new releases from Pebble, Samsung and a host of others looking to offer something different. Android Wear has spread to devices from ASUS, Sony and even Huawei and these watches work with whichever Android device you own (so long as you’re running Android 4.3 and above) and even Samsung have followed suit. Not of all these fancy little computers are the same of course, and there can be only one winner for our 2015 award for the Best Smartwatch.
The Nexus 6P is a near universal hit. It's got the size — both in terms of display real estate and in the fact that it's also thin and therefore doesn't feel as big as you might expect. It's got the specs. It's got a camera we're happy to use.
In Beijing on Huawei’s media tour, we got the chance to speak with Eric Fang who is the vice president of Huawei’s R&D in the US, regarding the Nexus 6P. Which he was, for the most part, in charge of developing. Fang told us how it was his dream to work with Google on a Nexus device, and here we are with a Huawei-made Nexus in the Nexus 6P. During the group interview, we also asked about some of the difficulties in making the Nexus 6P and cooperating with Google.
Leading up to the Nexus 6P launch in September, many media outlets were reporting that the relationship between Huawei and Google was to help Huawei become better known in the US, and help Google re-enter China. Which it famously exited in 2010, due to not playing well with the Chinese government censorship laws. While half of that is true, the Nexus 6P is helping Huawei build a reputation in the US as well as exposing more people to their brand (whether that was the entire goal of building a Nexus with Google or not), Huawei made it clear today in Beijing that they were not being used as a vehicle to help Google with their re-entering of China.