Yes! The Nexus 6P has NFC capabilities, unlike some other recent phones we could name (cough, OnePlus 2). The transmitter used for NFC is in the big black bar on the back of the phone, allowing signals to easily escape the otherwise metallic construction of the phone. The Nexus 6P is therefore perfect for use with Android Pay and the range of NFC accessories too.
Short answer: Yes.
Long answer: Yes, but it’s complicated.
OnePlus announced today that they would be improving Micro SD card support for the OnePlus X, their most recent phone and the first in their history to offer a Micro SD card slot. This improvement comes via an update to Oxygen OS, which adds support for quite a few new features.
Marshmallow is Android 6.0, the very latest that Google has to offer. Alongside headline features like Now on Tap and Doze, there are dozens of less-publicised additions that can be just as helpful. One of these is an early implementation of a long requested feature: Multi-window mode. With this, you can have two apps on-screen at once, making multi-tasking much easier. Here’s how you can enable it for yourself.
Prominent leaker @evleaks has taken to VentureBeat with an interesting new rumour: the Galaxy S7 will come with Micro SD storage, one generation after the new glass and metal design dropped the removable storage slot.