I don't particularly like expensive phones. I made no attempt to hide my disappointment last year when Google and Motorola decided to go upmarket
with the Nexus 6, and I'm similarly nonplussed that Huawei is continuing that tradition with this year's 6P. Slap a case on that premium metal body and it pretty much becomes irrelevant, and you're left with just another big phone.
A big phone without wireless charging, without OIS. But with crazy-fast USB charging and the best camera sensor ever
seen on a Nexus. A big phone with the latest version of unadulterated Android and an unlockable bootloader. Plus a fingerprint reader that you'll quickly wonder how you ever did without.
It's certainly not the same bargain as Nexuses past; for that, there's the 5X. A more fair comparison would be with last year's Moto Nexus. And wireless charging aside, the 6P is definitely the better phone.