Fresh from its September 29 Nexus event, fans of Google are still hyped about the company’s new and upcoming lineups.
Nexus 6P was unveiled today and it looks like a really new and innovative device. Conveniently enough, the sensor is found on the back of the devices, which should make it easier for your fingers to reach. You can also choose to buy the Nexus 6P with monthly payments, which Google only offers if you’re signed up for Project Fi. The new Nexus 5X has been manufactured by LG, while 6P is made by Huawei. Prices for the Nexus 6P start at $499 and at $379 for the 5X while, the iPhone 6s sells for $649 and the 6S Plus for $749.
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Both handsets will be sold unlocked, with Google hoping to capitalize on a trend in the USA and other markets away from smartphone subsidies as part of long-term contracts.
At last, the most awaited next models of the Nexus series was launched by Google viz., Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P.
The Nexus 6P is new from Google and is created to compete directly against the new Apple devices, with an all aluminium body and a new USB Type-C connection for charging. It can also be activated by speaking out the words, “Ok Google” into the microphone. The Nexus Imprint only takes you at around 600ms for your fingerprint to be recognized and each usage, the system learns more on the user’s unique fingerprint.
The search engine giant has partnered with LG for its 5.2-inch screen Nexus 5 X and Huawei for its 5.7-inch Nexus 6P, which falls under the phablet category. Google has also included a companion audio streaming device called Chromecast Audio.
Google’s coolest toy, though, could actually be Pixel C, the first Android tablet that the company has built from scratch.
Nexus 5X is also running on the latest Android Marshmallow update as well.
Android Marshmallow is now available in more than 70 languages with 6 new additions including Azerbaijani, Gujarati, Kazakh, Albanian, Urdu and Uzbek.