Since I fisrt render on new Huawei phablet Nexus, the Nexus 6 p, the discussions have been very heated about a characteristic element of the design: the glass black bar located on the upper part of the back. Its existence was explained so semi-official from one of the Google employees who worked on the project, and must be sought in the aluminum construction of the device.
Aluminum is a material that fencing radio broadcasts, which is a nice problem for a cellular device. The only solution is to create a non-shielded space which allows the various antennas to function normally. Apple, HTC and Huawei, for example, solve the problem by placing the parts in different materials, such as plastic, ceramics & glass; in this case, however, they opted for a glass top section (among other things, protected by Gorilla Glass 4).
At the side of the camera, LED flash and auto focus laser, then, are the cellular antennas, Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth and NFC chip coil too. Additional radio phones are located in the lower part of the phone, one small band under the logo Huawei clearly identifiable, which is made ofplastic.
Huawei Nexus 6 p is available online from ePRICE at 517 euros. The price is decent but there are few better models.