The dust has finally settled and Google has finished unveiling their brand new Nexus devices, the Nexus 5X and 6P. While the 5X is more of an entry level device, the 6P is a flagship phone for all of you power users out there.
The 5X is a 5.2 inch device running on Snapdragon 808 and 2GB RAM with Android 6.0 Marshmalllow. The phone will have a 12.3 MegaPixel camera as well as a 2700 mAh battery. Of course, the device is a bit towards the middle end of the spectra and will come in 16 GB and 32 GB variants.
The Nexus 6P will be the flagship Nexus device from Google and will be a 5.7 inch device running on Snapdragon 810 and 3GB RAM with Android 6.0. The phone will share the same 12.3 MP camera with the 5X but will have a bigger 3450 mAh battery. Both the devices will come with USB Type C connectivity and support 4K resolution, with the 6P having better pixels per inches. The 6P will come in 32 GB and 64 GB variants and of course will be a bit towards the pricier sides of things.
Both of these devices are available for preorder and as speculated will go for $379 (Nexus 5X 16 GB) and $499 (Nexus 6P 32 GB). The other variants will go for $429 for the 5X 32GB variant and $649 for the 6P’s 128 GB variant.
As speculated, both these devices will contain a finger print scanner on the back and unfortunately will not have an extendable SD card storage slot. Another thing to catch our eye was the high end construction of the phone as no longer the Nexus phones will suffer from a plastic exterior but instead will have an aeronautical-grade aluminum body.
So what do you think about the new Nexus devices? Do you see yourself getting one in the future? Tell us in the comment section below.