Google play store Nexus 6p £379 | £30 off Huawei watch as well
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Google play store Nexus 6p £379 | £30 off Huawei watch as well

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Found 3rd Jun 2016
This offer expired a little while ago - looks to be back on with fathers day coming up soon + you get £30 off a Huawei watch
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Edited by: "VN125250" 3rd Jun 2016
Great phone.
I do not need this phone... *repeat*
It's tempting. But a can get a G5 from Very for the same price, so.....
I got the Huawei Mate 8. I think a better phone especially battery life.
Tempting...
tboy2000

I got the Huawei Mate 8. I think a better phone especially battery life.



​Where did you get the Mate 8? Can't decide between Mate 8, wait for P9 Plus and now the 6P at this price
I was just about to pull the trigger and buy the lot... Then I realised that it's not 6p each
Still overpriced I think
asm80

It's tempting. But a can get a G5 from Very for the same price, so.....



​You can get this at for £332.99 from eglobal central
dazza710775

​Where did you get the Mate 8? Can't decide between Mate 8, wait for P9 P … ​Where did you get the Mate 8? Can't decide between Mate 8, wait for P9 Plus and now the 6P at this price



​EBay. £369. Best phone I ever bought.
Syedar

​You can get this at for £332.99 from eglobal central



​I think you'll find eglobalcentral isn't the safest of companies in the world...

​I think you'll find eglobalcentral isn't the safest of companies in the w … ​I think you'll find eglobalcentral isn't the safest of companies in the world...


They have a bad safety record too do they
sane offer was there from google pay store a month back,, excellent offer. stopping me from buying this
of you buy nexus, best is to buy from play store, as they send new device in case of problems.
Great phone. The Mrs has one and I'm jealous. Good price too.
I had one if these, way to big to fit in my pockets comfortably, and was v heavy. Settled for a 5x instead.

sane offer was there from google pay store a month back,, excellent … sane offer was there from google pay store a month back,, excellent offer. stopping me from buying this of you buy nexus, best is to buy from play store, as they send new device in case of problems.


RMA s though. So expect scratches and dents.
Edited by: "Lukedotv" 4th Jun 2016
Thanks OP
Really glad I procrastinated last week. You just saved me £70 OP!

Heat added; order placed.
Ordered, cheers OP, wanted something a bit bigger than my regular Z1 so this should fit the bill
How does the N6P compare to the new Moto G4 Plus (4GB RAM)?


Edited by: "GR2" 4th Jun 2016
Love this phone
Great build quality only thing is camera is OK when compared to my G4
Damn, I bought this phone for normal price week ago. Great deal this.
don't buy this phone is you've got small hands

How does the N6P compare to the new Moto G4 Plus (4GB RAM)?


Until the reviews come in it's difficult to be objective but from the specs you can say that they are similar except that the 6P has a better screen, bigger battery and possibly superior camera. Build quality wise you'd expect the 6P to be better as it has a uni metal body. They are aimed at different price ranges so the comparisons are hard to draw.

Damn, I bought this phone for normal price week ago. Great deal this.



If you bought it from Google, contact them. They may refund you the difference.
OnePlus three is being released on the 14th, better to wait for 6GB ram and better processor for less money.

Chipset: Qualcomm MSM8996 Snapdragon 820
CPU: Dual-core 2.15 GHz Kryo & dual-core 1.6 GHz Kryo
GPU: Adreno 530
Ram: 6GB

techradar.com/new…222

m.gsmarena.com/one…php

Got this phone, got it on contract (64gb model) for £31 per month on o2.

Fantastic phone and easily the best I've ever owned - I would argue it's probably the best phone on the market and build quality is amazing. I would however highly recommend a case as although quite robust, if it falls on the edge where the volume button is it can bend it as its made of metal (this is what happen to me).

Thankfully Huawei support was good and they replaced not only the button but the metal aluminium which I had dropped and scratched
Also - If you buy it from the PLAY store and have any issues; google will send you a replacement as they do not have a repair centre - if bought from anywhere else such as a mobile network provider you need to deal with huawei directly who have repair centres that will attempt a repair first and you need to wait for the phone to come back (google send you a next day replacement )


Edited by: "mephestic" 4th Jun 2016

OnePlus three is being released on the 14th, better to wait for 6GB ram … OnePlus three is being released on the 14th, better to wait for 6GB ram and better processor for less money.Chipset: Qualcomm MSM8996 Snapdragon 820CPU: Dual-core 2.15 GHz Kryo & dual-core 1.6 GHz KryoGPU: Adreno 530Ram: 6GBhttp://www.techradar.com/news/phone-and-communications/mobile-phones/oneplus-3-1301222http://m.gsmarena.com/oneplus_3-7995.php


6P has stock android and guaranteed updates though.
konicky

6P has stock android and guaranteed updates though.



True, if that's the issue, stock can be root installed, otherwise I think Oxygen rocks.

OnePlus three is being released on the 14th, better to wait for 6GB ram … OnePlus three is being released on the 14th, better to wait for 6GB ram and better processor for less money.Chipset: Qualcomm MSM8996 Snapdragon 820CPU: Dual-core 2.15 GHz Kryo & dual-core 1.6 GHz KryoGPU: Adreno 530Ram: 6GBhttp://www.techradar.com/news/phone-and-communications/mobile-phones/oneplus-3-1301222http://m.gsmarena.com/oneplus_3-7995.php



Oneplus have already said the new phone will be about the same price as the 64gb Oneplus two launch price which was £289 I believe.

That would also be for the 4gb version and there are rumours of a 6gb version which would almost certainly be more like £380

Im going to wait to see what's actually announced but don't get your hopes up of the prices quoted in your linked pages. They've just done currency conversions which everyone knows it doesn't work like that
I've been eyeing up this phone for ages, the reviews are superb.....my M8 is going slow...I really should just hard reset it and see if a refresh sorts it...or I could just buy another phone.

damn you hotuk, I am incredibly tempted!!!

I've been eyeing up this phone for ages, the reviews are superb.....my M8 … I've been eyeing up this phone for ages, the reviews are superb.....my M8 is going slow...I really should just hard reset it and see if a refresh sorts it...or I could just buy another phone.damn you hotuk, I am incredibly tempted!!!


I had the same issue with my m8 so I done a wipe of the cache partition and it's speeded it up nice and good, here's a link on how to do it just in case you don't know Your text here

It's tempting. But a can get a G5 from Very for the same price, so.....



I'd go 6P over the G5. Better battery, software and I prefer AMOLED. Also feels much nicer in the hand. G5 somehow feels cheap and creaky, not to mention the build quality issues they've been having.
A Nexus for 6p?!? SOLD!! Oh wait...

A Nexus for 6p?!? SOLD!! Oh wait...



You know you're the first to say that (_;)
Good price but the screen and speaker issues were never fixed by google or huawei.

Specifically, the vast majority of screens are very uneven, have pink blotches, or have what is essentially a pink-to-green gradient going across them, either horizontally or vertically. This is simply caused by poor manufacturing, not the screen itself. You can see for yourself under direct light. The more pinkish areas will appear warped under direct light when the screen is off. The screen is essentially mounted unevenly/poorly. Modern AMOLED panels are generally a greenish/blueish tint when viewed head on, and pinkish when viewed off angle. This is what causes the pink gradient and blotchiness.

If you wan't an example of a perfectly executed AMOLED screen, look at the Note 2 or the OnePlus X. Even the current crop of S7 Edge suffer from it to some degree, but isnt widespread or really that noticeable. Normal S7 not so much.

As for the speakers, the bottom one is always muffled and sounds tonedeaf. The volume is also noticeably lower. This isnt a software issue or even a hardware issue. Its a design issue. They located the bottom speaker almost fully underneath the glass panel, to the right of the actual speaker grille. Terrible design, although they're still great speakers for anything that isnt viewed in landscape.

Unless you really want the flawed speakers or excellent development community, I'd personally wait for the ZTE Axon 2 or the OnePlus 3 (if you want to take a risk).

You know you're the first to say that (_;)



Couldn't help myself...

Good price but the screen and speaker issues were never fixed by google … Good price but the screen and speaker issues were never fixed by google or huawei.Specifically, the vast majority of screens are very uneven, have pink blotches, or have what is essentially a pink-to-green gradient going across them, either horizontally or vertically. This is simply caused by poor manufacturing, not the screen itself. You can see for yourself under direct light. The more pinkish areas will appear warped under direct light when the screen is off. The screen is essentially mounted unevenly/poorly. Modern AMOLED panels are generally a greenish/blueish tint when viewed head on, and pinkish when viewed off angle. This is what causes the pink gradient and blotchiness.If you wan't an example of a perfectly executed AMOLED screen, look at the Note 2 or the OnePlus X. Even the current crop of S7 Edge suffer from it to some degree, but isnt widespread or really that noticeable. Normal S7 not so much.As for the speakers, the bottom one is always muffled and sounds tonedeaf. The volume is also noticeably lower. This isnt a software issue or even a hardware issue. Its a design issue. They located the bottom speaker almost fully underneath the glass panel, to the right of the actual speaker grille. Terrible design, although they're still great speakers for anything that isnt viewed in landscape.Unless you really want the flawed speakers or excellent development community, I'd personally wait for the ZTE Axon 2 or the OnePlus 3 (if you want to take a risk).



Well, all I can say to that is there are about 6 independent sites that have reviewed it and none have given it below 4.5 out of 5.

Something as obvious as a screen problem as clear as you state surely would have been spotted? Several reviews have been updated after a year and they still love it.

Just sayin'. No production line is perfect. My concern would be how they react so such a problem and I believe Google will simply replace it.
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