Taking A Look At The Nexus 5X Phone
Android fans are buzzing over the impending release of the Nexus 5X Phone, the latest in Google’s signature smartphone line that is set to become available at the end of October.
With the Unlocked Nexus phone quickly becoming one of the most popular items in mobile electronics, everyone is curious to see what the Nexus 5X Phone will bring to the table. Google has a lengthy record as an innovator so excitement has been palpable over the new features and improvements for their brand new device, which will compete with such products as Apple’s iPhone 6S and Samsung’s Galaxy S6.
S6, 6S, 5X… It’s all a bunch of numbers and letters jumbled up, but what really matters is this: Will the Nexus 5X Phone deliver on the level of its high-end competitors in the industry? And is it the powerful machine that Android fans everywhere have been waiting for? Let’s dive in and take a look.
Nexus 5X Phone Specs
Manufactured by electronics giant LG, the Nexus 5X smartphone boasts some impressive capabilities and hardware specifications. Powered by a Snapdragon 808 processors, the Nexus 5X features a 5.2 inch phone with 1920×1080 resolution and includes an outstanding 12.3 megapixel camera. You can charge it fast through a USB Type-C cconnection and the phone also has a back-side fingerprint sensor, allowing you to scan your finger while holding the phone with one hand. Convenience is paramount to Google’s newest offering.
It’s an impressive piece of equipment, no doubt, but the Google Nexus phone has never really been about hardware superiority. Rather, the model behind this series of phone is offering a high-level phone that gets the most out of the Android operating system at an affordable cost. And with a $349 baseline price point, the Nexus 5X smartphone looks to do just that.
The Pure Android Experience With Nexus 5X Phone
Since Google developed the Android operating system, which dominates the marketplace alongside Apple’s OSX, it stands to reason that the Internet giant would want to produce a smartphone whose main purpose is to showcase Android. This is really what is at the heart of the Nexus 5X phone.
The unit ships with the newest version of the OS, Android 6.0 Marshmallow, and every aspect of the phone is designed to maximize the system’s utility and allow users to enjoy it exactly as was intended. From the camera to the messaging to the menu navigation, the Nexus phone is an Android machine through and through. Fans of the operating system will be delighted by the way they can interact with this device.
Nexus 5X And Nexus 6P Hitting Shelves
The Nexus 5X becomes available this month alongside the larger and more powerful Nexus 6P. With these two releases, Google inches its way higher and higher as a cell phone producer as opposed to strictly a software company. It’s all a part of the corporation’s overarching mission to take over the world… or something.
We’ll keep you posted on all the news as it relates to Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P and the rest of the smartphone rat race.