The prices of Google’s new Nexus 5X smartphone dropped recently on e-commerce websites in India by approximately Rs 7,000, a huge drop over its launch price of Rs 31,999.
With Nexus 5X available at less than Rs 25,000 now, is it finally a smartphone you should consider buying? We look at the pros and cons of buying it and how it stacks up against the rivals…
The 12.3MP rear camera is among the highlights of Nexus 5X. During our review, we found it to be among the best smartphone cameras we have seen recently, delivering sharp and detailed images under most conditions.
Compact and lightweight design
At 136 grams, Google Nexus 5X is a very light smartphone to hold in the hand. The thickness of 7.9mm also makes it thin enough to slip in your pocket without any qualms.
Android Marshmallow was released over a month ago, but it is not available on most smartphones at present. If you are looking for the latest version of Android, then Nexus 5X is the perfect device for you.
Nexus 5X packs the hexa-core Snapdragon 808 (quad-core 1.44GHz + dual-core 1.8GHz) under the hood, a high-end chipset that ensures the smartphone keeps running smoothly.
Nexus 5X comes with the Nexus Imprint fingerprint scanner on the back, a superfast biometric scanner that not only unlocks the device but can also be used to authenticate payments in Google Play Store.