Nexus 6P: Android 7.1.1 kommt als Nikolaus-Update 4

Nexus 6P: Android 7.1.1 kommt als Nikolaus-Update

Neues zum Thema Nexus 6P und das anstehende Update auf Android 7.1.1: nun hat Vodafone Australien Googles Aussagen bezüglich einer anstehenden Aktualisierung der Nexus-Reihe indirekt bestätigt. Offenbar wird es die neue Android Nougat-Version für diverse Nexus-Modelle ab Anfang Dezember geben.

Zwei Wochen nach der zweiten Developer Preview, demnach also ab dem 6. Dezember, soll die Aktualisierung als OTA-Update bzw. Download zur Verfügung gestellt werden. Wer angesichts des Datums an ein Nikolaus-Geschenk denkt – ich musste ebenfalls leicht schmunzeln. Ich ziehe aber auch ein pervertierte Form des klassischen Aprilscherzes vor.

Nexus 6P bekommt zuerst das Nikolaus-Update

Wie Immer sind die Insider-Infos ganz zufällig ins Netz gelangt und man kann jetzt hinterher nicht mehr feststellen, wie die Vodafone Australia vertraulich zugespielten Dokumente den Weg ins das weltweite Netz fanden. Aus den Papieren geht hervor, dass das Huawei Nexus 6P als Vorjahres-Flaggschiff die Aktualisierung vor allen anderen Modellen erhält. Danach sind die übrigen Geräte aus dem Nexus-Portfolio an der Reihe: hierzu gehören das Nexus 5X, Nexus 6, Nexus 9 sowie der Nexus Player und das oft unterschlagene Pixel C-Tablet.

BigBoss
  1. The Google Nexus 6P is an amazing phone for what it’s worth– pure android goodness with incredible an incredible amount of room to customize and make it YOUR device, different from all the others. As of this review, Nougat (Android 7.0) is out and the features make for buttery smooth usability. The form factor of the device is relatively large– at 5.7″ screen size, this is well into the phablet range of electronics.However, do note that this item (at least the one I received from this seller) is a REFURBISHED phone. I purchased thinking it to be new, but it was previously owned and refurbished (the digitizer was replaced which knocked off some of the connections from the top speaker and prevented it from working).I received the device defective with no sound coming from the top speaker at all. Had I received a working device out of the box, or brand new one, this review would be much more different. However due to no warranty (which is a HUGE indicator for refurbished phones as warranty is nulled when replacing device parts or out the range of manufacturer) and broken device, I cannot trust future purchases from this vendor. Buyer beware.

  2. Great phone for its price. I’ve owned thousands of devices, and this one is by far my favorite. It looks great in all colors. I got the aluminum, but have a gold case as I really wanted the gold, but that would have cost me an extra $60. No phone can beat it at $400. It is a very big phone, but also fairly light. Running strong on Android 7.0 nougat. This is a huge upgrade from my dated LG G2.

  3. Nexus 6P is a gorgeous phone. I have been using it for over 6 months. The best thing is project Fi!! I have been hooked onto get the latest phone every year syndrome and love reviewing specifics. Disclaimer, I love Android and have been using from very early days. Please see my screenshots. I used sufficiently that I can answer your questions. I spend ton of time on forums and xda researching on this phone. Project Fi is very cool and cheap plan. I pair up with T-Mobile. If I get a bad connection, I change to Sprint or US Cellular. (Use app Signal Spy Pro for this). I can make fonts and icons bigger in size. Crystal clear resolution. I show screenshots and it is clear from that. I don’t use much data at all and I get the refund for unused data. Almost everywhere we have WiFi these days. Best part is international. So cheap the plans internationally. Why is Project Fi not taking off like hot cakes? Or Cold smoothies? I use the Speck CandyShell case black color, white stripes and it is very rugged.No microSD, so I got the 128 GB model. Unfortunately, the battery is non-removable, has not been addressed. But I have been living with it.IF YOU HAVE LAST YEAR model of any phone, PLEASE DON’T upgrade. Phones are becoming so standard and power packed it makes no sense to upgrade and waste money every year. I buy and sell so many phones as it is like a hobby for me, but I stick to one phone as primary for couple of years now. My main requirements are a 256 GB microSD, good screen, battery life and performance. I am trying hard to see if I can live without one.In my opinion, following are key specs to consider when you buying a phone. Most of others are standard or does not matter at all. First size, weight and resolution are part of look and feel.Read more ›

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