With the Nexus 5X, Google stays true to the original concept of its phones to be affordable, near-cost showcases of the newest Android version. Unlike the premium metal Nexus 6P, the Nexus 5X’s comforting polycarbonate and somewhat weaker specs sheet, have ensured a lower starting price of $379, and $429 for the 32-gigger.

While that might sound a bit steep for the Nexus line standards of late, especially in its LG-made versions, let’s not forget that Google didn’t spare much when it comes to its new phones, which are supposed to be the posted kids of the latest Android 6.0 Marshmallow. A 1080p display, hexa-core chipset, and a 12.3 MP camera sensor with largish 1.55 micron pixels are nothing to sniff at within this price range, not to mention the finger scanner on the back.

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