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Behold the gold: this is Google's latest Nexus 6P

The Nexus 6P is a phenomenal smartphone and perhaps the best one running Android today. (I've been switching back and forth between it and a Galaxy Note 5 for over a month now and can't choose a real favorite.) Today at CES, Google and Huawei unveiled a new gold color option. It's only available in the 32GB and 64GB storage configurations right now; there's no 128GB option, which you can get in silver, white, or graphite black. The gold color avoids being gaudy — much like Apple's hue on the iPhone line. And I'm also a fan that the chamfered edges retain the same color; on the white / frost Nexus 6P, those edges are silver and create a weird contrast. Anyway, if you know about this phone, you're probably just looking for some closeup photos of Huawei's latest option. Google is already shipping the gold color.

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