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Hands-On With Google's New Nexus 5X And 6P Phones
By SP_COP on September 30, 2015 | From
Hands-On With Google's New Nexus 5X And 6P Phones

Google unveiled two new Nexus phones, an updated version of its Chromecast dongle and an audio-only version of the Chromecast at a press event in San Francisco today. This was Google’s largest dedicated hardware event to date, and we spent some quality time with all of the new devices.

The metal-clad Nexus 6P definitely feels like a premium device. It still has a bit of heft to it, but because it’s a little bit smaller, it feels much better in the hand than the somewhat oversized older Nexus 6. Officially, it’s a tiny bit lighter than the previous model, but I doubt you’d notice much of a difference. The AMOLED screen looked great, but we’d have to spend a bit more time with it in real-world conditions to really draw any conclusions about it. At the event, it looked very sharp and seemed to render colors nicely, but you’d expect that from a quad-HD screen.

Within the controlled environment of the event venue, the camera seemed to work really well, but we weren’t able to do any low-light tests yet, for example.

Compared to the new Nexus 6P, the smaller Nexus 5X clearly doesn’t quite feel as premium — mostly because in comparison to the metal Nexus 6P, the plastic housing of the 5X is obviously a bit of a letdown. For about $130 less than the 6P, this is still a phone to be reckoned with, especially because it shares its camera tech with the larger phone....
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