There was a time when Nexus devices were the bargain of the smartphone world, but Google seems to be going the other way. The Huawei-made Nexus 6P whose price starts at Shs2.3m for 32GB rises to a bit more if you want 128GB of storage with no microSD expansion slot.
It does not look or feel smaller than the Nexus 6 but for such a big phone, the Nexus 6P is impressively thin (7.3mm) and very light. It has a powerful 12.3 mega pixel camera contained within a fairly hefty bump, but the back curves to make it fairly unobtrusive.
The fingerprint sensor is not the only nippy feature. Everything about the 6P’s operation seems snappy, which is what you would expect from a Snapdragon 810 and 3GB of RAM combination. The 5.7 in 2K display is very nice but on the flipside it is also packing more saturated colours. It is hard to tell from a few minutes when in a rush.