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Google Nexus 6P is now available in a new variant that is painted in Gold and features 64GB storage space. The phone has been been priced at Rs 43,999, which is a thousand extra than its other variant.
The Nexus 6P smartphone has been one of the most awaited launches of the 2015, for it was a mix of powerful specs and Google's direct support for Android OS.
This Google-backed and Huawei-made smartphone is one of the most powerful smartphones with top of the line specifications. One of the key specifications of this phone includes its camera. With the new Nexus smartphones, Google has brought about significant changes on the camera front, be it on software front or on the hardware.
The Nexus 6P features a 12.3MP camera with 1/2.3-inch sensor size, 1.55µm pixel size, f/2.0 aperture, laser auto-focus, and Dual-LED (dual tone) flash. It has features like HDR, panorama, 2160p video recording 30fps and slow motion 720p video recording at 240fps. The phone also sports an 8MP secondary camera with f/2.4 aperture and records 1080p video at 30fps. The phone runs Android Marshmallow which comes with many new camera features and improvements. All in all, the Nexus 6P has been touted to be a better performer, in terms of camera, than its predecessor.
If you have already bought the new Nexus smartphone and want to understand how to make Slow motion videos we try to help use the mode. Just for your information, the slow motion video mode is a mode that allows you to record video clips of fast-changing scenes, and play them back at a delayed pace to give an effect of time slowing down.
Open the phone. On the home screen, go to the Apps option or tap on the Camera icon, if you have created a shortcut on home screen.
Once you launch the camera app, swipe the screen to left to enter video mode.
On the video mode, you will now see the Frame number icon on top right side. Tap on the icon.
You can now choose the number of frames to 720p at 240fps for recording slow motion video.
Touch the Video shooting icon to start shooting a video.
Touch the Stop icon when you want to stop recording the video.
You video is ready. You can now touch the Photo icon to preview the video.