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Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P Announced | Full Specs

nexus 6p and 5x

The nexus series which is a big hit among the true Android lover launched two new models that is 5X and 6P of nexus series this time.

Nexus 6 was not much popular among the masses due to exorbitant price and phablet like screen, basically it was a phablet.
Yeah it’s kinda odd when people talk over these phablets , it looks like more of a “chappal” held in their hand.
The biggest thing is that these phones will come with new android OS called Marshmallow that was under beta phase since months.


First we will start with Nexus 5X.


This phone offers the top performance at an affordable price. The phone has perfect specs that a consumer with average budget would expect. It comes loaded with Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor. The phone has 1080P resolution 5.1inch screen that is a gorilla glass 3. The camera is unique as it has very large pixels i.e 1.55 micron pixel that are capable of shooting 4k video and we are sure that will give an edge to the apple new testament. USB-C charging is the best thing and one of the very very few phones to have this feature as this will bring the revolution in terms of fast charging and data stransfers.
The phone has a fingerprint scanner at the back and now joins the Apple, Samsung and LG in the market having this feature.
OS: Marshmallow 6.0
CPU: Snapdragon 808
Display: 5.2-inch IPS
PPI: 423
Memory: 2GB
Storage: 16GB / 32GB
Cameras: 5MP front / 13MP rear (f2.0, 4K at 30fps)
Battery: 27oomAh
Weight: 4.80 oz
Footprint: 5.79” x 2.86”
Thickness: 0.31”
NFC: Yes
Fingerprint Reader: Yes
Wireless and Fast Charging: Fast Charging
Notable Extras: Project Fi, Fast Android Updates, USB-Type C
Price: $380-$430

 

Now coming to the 6P.


Last month we came with a leak with the expected looks of the nexus series phone and yes we were right, the looks are totally same of what we leaked.
This phone could be the Google’s finest phone yet as yes this phone impressed us. This phone is smaller than the previous series having 5.7 inch display. Phone is only 7.3mm thick and the size of phone is almost the same as of the iPhone. The phone comes with a new display called WQHD AMOLED display that will change the mobile industry for sure.
google is calling it best premium phone yet, many reasons like metal body, fantastic camera and fingerprint scanner is really a premium feel.
The best thong the phone has is the camera, we are totally amazed by it as it covers the big space at back and looks different from the phone with conventional cameras. The phone has a 12.3MP Sony sensor at the back which we also have in the iPhone. Nexus camera series sucked real bad and they were not good, this camera can capture pictures in low light and that is very good for the indoor photography and the instagrammers around.
This year Google has partnered with Huawei a Chinese company to manufacture Nexus series , last year the project was under Motorola mobility. This is indeed a good move for the company as the relation between US and China are becoming sour due to cyber spying by the Chinese on US.
Nexus 6P Specs
OS: Android Marshmallow 6.0
CPU: 2 GHz octa-core Snapdragon 810 v.2.1
Display: 5.7-inch WQHD AMOLED
PPI: 515
Memory: 3GB
Storage: 32GB / 64GB / 128GB
Cameras: 8MP front / 12MP rear
Battery: 3450mAh
Weight: 178 grams
Footprint: 6.27” x 3.06”
Thickness: 7.3mm
NFC: Yes
Fingerprint Reader: Yes
Notable Extras: Project Fi, Fast Android Updates, USB-Type C
Price: $500 /$550 / $650

And Last But Not The Least Chrome Cast 2

Cast ALL the things
Today we’re introducing two new Chromecast devices. The new Chromecast has a fresh design, and is easier to plug into TVs with crowded ports. It supports the latest Wi-Fi standards and adapts more easily to changing Wi-Fi conditions in your home, so you get higher quality video with less buffering. Most importantly, we added two new colors. 😉


Chromecast Audio is a small device that plugs into your existing speakers, so you can stream your favorite music, radio and podcasts over Wi-Fi, similar to Chromecast. It works with tons of apps, including Spotify, Pandora and Google Play Music. Just like Chromecast, it works from anywhere in your home with your favorite devices, including Android, iOS, and laptops. And it’s available on the Google Store and other online retailers for just $35—way less than most Wi-Fi speakers today.

We’ve also updated the Chromecast app to make it easier for you to find great things to watch or to play, across the thousands of apps that work with Chromecast—whether you feel like browsing or want to search for a specific TV show or movie. For Cast-enabled apps that aren’t already on your phone, we’ll suggest one for you. The updated Chromecast app is rolling out on Android and iOS over the next few weeks.

Your favorite apps… for the whole family
All your shiny devices get even better when you have great apps to go with them. So we’re making a few updates to Google Play Music and Google Photos.

First, Google Play Music will offer a new family plan later this year. Up to six people will be able to use one account for a shared fee of $14.99 a month (instead of $9.99 per person). Get the dance party ready.

Sharing is a theme of today’s Google Photos updates, too. We’re adding Chromecast support to give you that old-school slideshow experience—dimmed lights optional. In the U.S., you can now add private labels to your photos to make it easier to search for specific pics of people with things, places or other people—say, that photo of Mom at the Grand Canyon, or of your daughter with her pet bunny. And soon you’ll be able to pool all your photos and videos with friends and family in one place, and get updates as soon as new photos are added. Best of all, there’s no setup involved, and you can use any device. So that dance party we mentioned earlier? Now it’s easier to gather all the memories from everyone who was there.

More to love, for more people
From Nexus to Chromecast to Pixel C to Photos, these updates are more than the sum of their parts—they unite great apps with devices that are designed to support them. They’re built to work together, so they do—seamlessly, across all your screens.

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