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Most Android phones claim to be good at keeping your private stuff private. But the Nexus 6P is the most secure Android phone you can buy, thanks to the latest Android software, and the fastest updates. Best overall Nexus 6P See at Amazon The Nexus 6P is the most secure Android phone you can buy, and one of the most secure phones of any available today. Without disabling any security protections, the Nexus 6P is protected against known public security exploits and remote installations are monitored by Google's scanning software which blocks potential malicious content.
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