Google is back with a bang, this time with two handsets of the Nexus series. The LG and Huawei have OEM’d the two new handsets from Google. The Nexus 5x truly resonates the charm of the Nexus 4 and 5 days. The Nexus 6P, on the other hand, seems to be an upgraded version of the Nexus 6. Both the hands have employed the latest technologies available in the smartphone market today. Both handsets are equipped with a fingerprint scanner.
It is true that the Nexus series has built up a significant fan base. The Nexus 5 fans will be hanging out their tongues in anticipation. The Nexus 6, however, did not turn out to be as popular due to its large size. Not everyone can manage a large phablet with ease.
The Nexus 5x is a worthy successor to the Nexus series. If reports are to be believed then Google has indeed teamed up with electronic giants LG to come up with a successor for the Nexus 5. Rumours also suggest that the Nexus 6P has been designed in collaboration with Huawei. Both the handsets will be launched by the end of this year.
The Nexus series has become popular due to its value for money features and quality. The pure Android OS is smooth and the hardware that runs the handset is pretty good too. Though, some might suggest that the camera is not the best in class. However, at this price, Nexus series has given us little room to complain.
The price of the Nexus series has always been very competitive and the features have always been one of the best in class.
One of Google’s blog post on the new Nexus 5x and 6P says, “We made Android to be an open platform that anyone can build on, and today there are 4,000+ Android devices in all shapes and sizes. Android’s diversity is why it’s become the most popular mobile platform in the world, and the latest version, Marshmallow, takes Android to a new level of performance.While we love all the Android devices out there, every year we build Nexus devices to show off the latest and greatest, directly from the people who built Android. Today we’re introducing the latest Nexus treats; both running Marshmallow, sweetened by amazing apps and sandwiched by some cutting-edge hardware (see what we did there?).” Stay tuned for more updates on the latest in the Nexus series…