The Google Nexus 5X smartphone features a 5.2 inch full HD display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 hexa-core processor, a great camera, and a super-speedy fingerprint scanner. It takes better pictures, gets better battery life, charges more quickly, and makes it easier to unlock your device than the last Nexus phone with a 5-ish inch display, even if it doesn’t always feel faster when it comes to everyday tasks.

When Google launched the Nexus 5X in late 2015, the company set the price at $379 and up. But now the Nexus 5X has received a $30 price cut.


The Google Store is selling models with 16GB of storage for $349, while 32GB models of the Nexus 5x are selling for $399.

That’s not the best price we’ve seen for this phone. Between Black Friday and Christmas, Google regularly offered deep discounts on the Nexus 5X. But if you didn’t have a chance to snag one of those deals, it looks like the new price isn’t the result of a sale: it appears to be the new list price of the phone.

Google’s Nexus 6P with a 5.7 inch 2560 x 1440 pixel screen, a Snapdragon 810 processor, and 3GB of RAM continues to sell for $499 and up.

via Android Police

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