The Nexus 6P is the first Nexus phone to have a decent camera. The camera has large pixels, 1.55 microns but does omit optical image stabilisation. Google commented that OIS was not required with such large pixels.
Whilst in my testing, the lack of optical image stabilisation has not been an issue for many of the shots, I do believe it would make a difference still especially in low light. I also believe the software could be further enhanced over time to make the camera a fair bit better all round.
Anyway, some random shots from the Nexus 6P.
Photo 1 – Plenty of fog, but a good shot despite the conditions.
Photo 2 – The Famous Church Shot – A very good shot
Photo 3 – Olives and More – Good detail
Photo 4 – Tesco Tavistock – A really grim day but good definition on the sign
Photo 5 – Leaves – a reasonable amount of bokeh
Photo 6 – Cheese – Again lots of detail
Photo 7 – Tesco – Zooming in on the Tesco sign reveals good detail again
Just some background when taking these photos. I took these all hand held and as fast as possible. Overall, I like the quality of the Nexus 6P photos. However, HDR+ takes too long to save photos and the battery life gets zapped when taking photos.