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The Nexus 6P is downright fugly.  It has a backside that only Sir Mix-a-Lot could love.

 

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For some god forsaken reason it reminds me of bender from futurama.

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Its pretty ugly from its backside, the front (which doesn't look horrible) looks like an iphone 5..smh!

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I am just waiting for the other shoe to drop -- for Google to announce that the Nexus 6P is both a phone and a vacuum cleaner.

 

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Some have suggested it could have some Project Tango innards built in. If that truly were the case, it could very well justify its last place beauty contest looks..

 

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Has anyone seen this or the LG Nexus 5X pass through the FCC?  Wondering if this is even going to be a device that works on the Sprint network.  I'm loving the Moto X Pure not really a fan of the look of the Nexus 6P.  I think I made a good choice.

 

What about price, has that dropped yet?

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Haven't heard a word on pricing yet.  I would expect that next Tuesday at the Nexus announcement.

That is undoubtedly the ugliest thing on a phone I can think of.

Due to my vision impairment, I was really looking forward to the Nexus 6P.  I've never owned a Nexus and will not purchase a carrier specific phone again.

 

I'll keep an open mind when it comes to the 6P and the 5X.  It may shake out when I go with the Moto X Pure, or possibly even pick up a Nexus 6 (2014) on the cheap until next year.

 

Man that thing is superf'nugly.

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What I don't understand, is that the Huawei Nexus 6 is the same size as the Motorola Nexus 6 in dimensions but the Motorola managed to have a bigger screen and still have decent speakers. Why does the Huawei seem to have such a larger screen to bezel ratio. That is what disappoints me the most about the device! Everything else I could probably give a pass to.

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I figured out the reason for the ugly black window on the back.  That is the Huawei and Chinese government "backdoor" engineered into the handset.

 

:P

 

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Uhh ohh.  Where did I put my tin foil hat?  You know my feeling on the Chinese government.  I know they are all after my Lucky Charms!

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