Just a few days before Google new Nexus 5x and 5P official announcements, more information regarding the specifications of the two devices has leaked.
We did not know much else other than the name and who were the manufacturers that Google collaborated with in the creation of their two latest flagship models. Luckily, some new information has surfaced unexpectedly from the Internet’s depths.
A new high-res picture with the new Nexus 6P appeared, and it turns out that the images that leaked some weeks ago were real.
Let’s start with the LG Nexus 5X first. Amazon has just revealed what are the specs of the smaller of the two devices. The Nexus 5X will be equipped with a 5.2 inch FullHD display (1080×1920 pixels, a Snapdragon 808 hexa-core processor clocking at 1.8Ghz, 2GB of RAM memory,16GB of capacity with the possibility of extending it, a 12.3mp rear camera and a 5mp front-facing camera, all powered by a 2700mAh battery. The device will come with Android 6.0 pre-installed.
Even though the specifications come from a respectable retailer such as Amazon, they should not be taken as facts yet, because nothing is official until Google confirms it.
The larger counterpart of the Nexus 5x, which is more of a phablet than a smartphone, the Huawei Nexus 6P, will come with a stunning 5.7 inch (1440×2560), a Snapdragon 810 SoC processor, and it will arrive in three versions: a 32GB, 64GB and 128GB (probably with no possibility to extend its capacity).
Although the front is not very remarkable, we’re expecting for the phone to look much better in real life. If you turn the phone back things start to get interesting. The phone comes with a slick black bar at the top end. That is where the camera lens and the flash are placed. Some rumors say that the black bar may have a touch function, allowing swipes from the other side of the screen. Other say that it may come with fingerprint scanning capabilities.
The specs of both of the phones line up with the older leaked information we knew about the 5X and 6P, and they seem to confirm that the devices will be just as powerful as the fans were expected them to be.
As for now, no one has any idea on how much the two Nexus devices will cost once they’ll be launched. But we are soon going to find out at the Google event in less than one week from now.
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