Viji, 23 Mar 2016Dose 5x supports OTG.... pls tell..Yes, the 5X DOES support OTG natively.
Anonymous, 23 Mar 2016What.Android N does not release yetIs in alpha development state, Google has posted the link for developers to test it live, so if you want to experiment with the upcoming Android OS, you shall give it a try
Mahi, 22 Mar 2016After updating Android N my mobile getting over heating. What I have to do rectify heating pro... moreAndroid N is in alpha development state, so expect to have a lot of bugs (errors)
john, 23 Mar 2016Is it good for deily use, litle multitasking?very good. Using google earth, google chrome, wats up, viber, face messanger.. still free more than 300mb ram... 32gb version carbon black.
The Nexus 5x is aswome. It was not so great at first but with each update, the phone just shines and at 200 dollars its by far the best deal. NOW I know the 6p is bigger and better built, but I hate large phones. the 5X is perfect size imo. SO BUY IT you will be so pleased and happy. I will never give this phone up. I will buy the G5 because I feel it will the 5x's big brother or daddy. per say
AnonD-260942, 21 Mar 2016are you sure that i shouldn't put my finger on the finger print sensor to know i have some not... moreYes you dont need to its the gyro meter sensor which allows you to do so :)
After updating Android N my mobile getting over heating. What I have to do rectify heating problem......?
AnonD-260942, 21 Mar 2016are you sure that i shouldn't put my finger on the finger print sensor to know i have some not... moreYou only have to pick up the phone without touching any buttons and it will automatically lit up (slightly) the screen so you can see any notifications and the time. I have mine since saturday and it's beautifull. Runs butterly smooth and the battery lasts just enough with one charge (depends on usage though). Today I've been using it to play games and went to charge it around 12pm (from 100% at 6am to 61% at 12pm), so in my opinion, it's great.