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The Nexus 6P re­pro­duces col­ors well in good light. The lens is sharp from cor­ner to cor­ner, and there’s very slight bar­rel dis­tor­tion. Slight crosshatch­ing can be seen on our res­o­lu­tion chart, and while it’s not as ap­par­ent as on the Xpe­ria Z5, it still re­sults in some jit­ter­i­ness on sub­ject edges.

The Nexus 6P has de­cent per­for­mance in low light. There’s more of the jit­tery noise that plagues the Z5, but it man­ages to bal­ance over­all im­age noise with de­tail re­ten­tion quite well.

The Nexus 6P has the dis­tinc­tion of shoot­ing the best HDR im­ages, with a good amount of de­tail in both the bright­est and dark­est parts of the im­age. Its panora­mas don’t fare as well; they suf­fer from odd skew­ing.

The Nexus 6P’s 4K videos do fine in good light, but there’s a lot of noise in low light. There is some rolling shut­ter. The lack of op­ti­cal im­age sta­bi­liza­tion re­ally hurts it; once you see how smooth videos can look with good OIS, you re­al­ize how dizzy non-sta­bi­lized video can look.

The Nexus 6P does well in good light, with pleas­ant col­ors and good de­tails.

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