We got our hands on the flagship Huawei Nexus 6P launched in India at Rs 39,999 (32 GB variant) and here is what we think of it: The phone’s design is impressive, to say the least. The 5.7-inch quad-HD display has a 518 pixels per inch (ppi) density and provides a good viewing experience. Google is actually right to claim that this Nexus has the best camera yet. The rear camera is very fast and accurate, taking it closer to rivals like iPhone 6S and Galaxy S6 when it comes to shutter speed. The Nexus 6P’s 2GHz octa-core Snapdragon 810 processor, combined with 3 GB DDR4 RAM, is an industry-grade performer. There are only a handful of situations when the phone lags. Multi-tasking, changing between games and other functions are lightning fast on the device. The latest Android operating system (OS) Marshmallow or Android 6.0 is the highlight of this device. The OS has been modified to make the experience much faster and better. Google Now on Tap, an artificial intelligence programme or machine learning programme uses the raw power of the search engine to show more info about the user’s search input. The operating system also offers a ‘doze’ mode which is instrumental in saving battery drain. The phone comes with a 3,450 mAH battery which, in spite of the phone having a quad-HD display, manages nearly 24 hours. The phone also supports quick charging, which is also a plus. We faced a lot of problems with charging the device mainly because the new Nexuses comes with a Type-C USB at both ends rendering the phone not chargeable via USB.