The Google Nexus 5X was a great phone at an even more reasonable price when it first rolled out in 2015, the Nexus 5X remains a compelling, lighter-weight alternative to bigger Android smartphones like the Nexus 6P and Moto X. Sadly, its success was just short-lived when Google brought out the Pixel and Pixel XL at the back end of 2016, the Nexus 5x gets increasingly hard to get hold of these days.
Nexus 5X: Design And Specs
The Nexus 5X is a premium polycarbonate and lightweight smartphone. The front of the Nexus 5X is equally plain, which is great, no logos, no buttons, just a pair of speaker grills, a camera, and wrapped with Gorilla Glass 3. It features a 5.20-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 1080 pixels by 1920 pixels. The 5X is powered by 1.8GHz hexacore Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor and is equipped with a decent 2GB of RAM. The Nexus 5X comes with 16GB of internal storage cannot be expanded.
Nexus 5X: Camera Features And Battery Life
Google’s Nexus 5X sports a stunning 12.3-megapixel primary camera on the main, while a 5-megapixel front snapper for selfies. The camera features IR laser-assisted autofocus 4K (30fps) video capture, 120 fps slow motion video capture, and Broad-spectrum CRI-90 dual flash. The Nexus 5X now runs Android 7.0 and under the hood is a 2700mAh nonremovable battery. The device measures 147.00 x 72.60 x 7.90 and weighs 136.00 grams.
The Nexus 5X by LG is now being offered at a very affordable price of $229 at eBay. It comes with three colors variants, Carbon, Quartz, and Ice. The Nexus 5X is small yet one of the best and most affordable choices in Google’s current smartphone line-up.