The 6P is probably the only phone I would buy and make me leave my Note 4, but spec-wise they're very similar: 3GB RAM (although TouchWiz takes a lot I haven't had any multitasking issues so far), 5.7 AMOLED QHD screen (probably the one in the Note 4 is better since the one in the Nexus 6 was worst), fingerprint scanner (is it really better having it on the back of the phone? Seems very uncomfortable for everyday use to me), big enough battery on both, Android 6.0 isn't that big of a deal to me (apart from automatic app data backup and restore) and the Note 4 will eventually get it, Snapdragon 805 on the Note 4 is still plenty fast and I'm on 5.1.1 and the phone is super fluid and fast), thanks to the microSD slot I have 64 GB + 32GB of onboard storage so that saves me a lot of money of I had to go for the 6P 64GB or 128GB, and lastly I believe the 16Mpx OIS camera on the Note 4 should be better than the one on the new Nexus. Also, the Note 4 has great build quality, a stylus, multiwindow and the ability to swap batteries on the go or change one in the future if it fails or degrades. If Android 6.0 had more amazing new features then it would make it more appealing to me to buy the 6P, but I'm thinking maybe I should buy the next Nexus phone next year, hopefully if Android 7.0 or whatever is called is a better update. Also, as you can see, most of the hardware is similar to the Note 4, which cost me 360€ second hand, whereas the new Nexus 6P 64GB is 699€ I think!! And who knows how battery and camera performance will be. What do you guys think?