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iPhone 6s Plus vs Nexus 6P: Camera & Battery

iPhone 6s Plus vs Nexus 6P: Camera & Battery

Two areas Google has always struggled with its smartphones were the camera and battery. In 2015 with the Nexus 5P they've not only fixed it, but made it the best on the market. The Nexus 6P has a new 12.3 megapixel camera with a big 1.55 um pixel sensor that captures more light for amazing photos. It actually beat the iPhone 6 Plus in reviews. Yes, it's that good.

The iPhone 6s Plus though went up from 8 megapixels to 12 megapixels, and they made the sensor bigger too, but it's only 1.22 um in size. Meaning the Nexus 6P can capture more light, detail, and information in a quicker amount of time with a shorter shutter speed. It should take better photos with less blur, but we've yet to see any major iPhone 6s Plus camera reviews. As we all know though, Apple makes the best mobile cameras around, but this year Google may finally have them beat.

As for the battery, iOS has never needed huge batteries, but we're concerned that the iPhone 6s Plus doesn't even have a 3,000 mAh battery. It should still last plenty long, but we're pretty confident in suggesting the 3,450 mAh battery on the Nexus 6P will last longer, and it features Turbo Charging. It will recharge from 0-50% in under 30 minutes, and fully recharge much faster than Apple's iPhone.

Meaning when you're in a rush headed home and need more juice, the Nexus 6P can recharge quick and get you through a night out, while the iPhone 6s Plus will end up on red and tethered to a wall before the night is over. As soon as we get the Nexus 6P in for review we'll be sure to test this and more.

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  1. Will Taylor

    10/09/2015 at 2:19 pm

    Got the 64 graphite 6p ordered and waiting. You should note that Huawei is financing the 6p.

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