AnonD-446317, 30 Sep 2015this is a damn joke, right? I bought my Nexus 5 for 350Â€ back in 2013, and now they want me t... morecriticize and slam the phone. Iphone sales 6s with non expandable 16 GB memory, irreplaceable battery of 1700 mAh miserable, and for twice the price of nexus 5x .
this is a damn joke, right? I bought my Nexus 5 for 350Â€ back in 2013, and now they want me to pay 479Â€ for +0.2", some more mAh and slightly better camera? They should better fix TONS of bugs in the Android framework that one encounters daily as an Android dev.
This is one MID-range phone that i really fail to understand why is eveybody so hyped about.. Except running Marshmallow, this phone has nothing worth getting so excited for..
Plus it's but-ugly..
Keep your cloud away Google!
Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P donÂ’t support band 12 or VoLTE, but Google is "working on it."
i think in this device hexa core 64 bit processer google web site show that....
That 2GB RAM is really surprising, though. I thought almost every flagship have at least 3GB RAM ... or perhaps this was set to confront Sony's Z5C? but still ...
Dovice, 30 Sep 2015Keeping my 2013 Nexus 5, which other than the battery life, is now after all the firmware upgr... more+1 to keeping my Nexus 5 and three wireless chargers. Mine lives on a charger on my desk during the day and on a charger by the bed at night. The third charger is for vacations.
I find its 32GB quite limiting. My data contract is 2.5 GB per month so clouds are out of the question. With flash storage costing pennies per gigabyte retail, launching a 32GB-max "flagship" is just plain dumb.
AnonD-114814, 30 Sep 2015criticize and slam the phone. Iphone sales 6s with non expandable 16 GB memory, irreplaceable... morecriticize and slam the phone. Iphone sales 6s with non expandable 16 GB memory, irreplaceable battery of 1700 mAh miserable, and for twice the price of nexus 5x
Alex, 30 Sep 2015No radio; no memory card slot.criticize and slam the phone. Iphone sales 6s with non expandable 16 GB memory, irreplaceable batteries from the poor 1700 mAh
Updated spec news, the 5x Does have a led notification light hidden under bottom grill. YES. Mine now ordered.
AnonD-112612, 30 Sep 201516 or 32 gb of storage without sd card slot? really? are you kidding me?!90 percent flagship phones, which is sold today do not have expandable memory and an irreplaceable battery, confronted with the fact of, in the direction the industry, forcing us to use cloud services
Alex, 30 Sep 2015No radio; no memory card slot.It is the policy of Google, to use cloud services
Keeping my 2013 Nexus 5, which other than the battery life, is now after all the firmware upgrades etc, still a fast reliable phone. Best of all, it has wireless charging, and it is that omission in the 5X which is why I am keeping my original N5 until the wireless equipped Galaxy Note 5 is available here in the UK. (I have three wireless chargers.)
I know! I Googled Nexus 5x memory card slot and I was like, are you kidding me?
I can't believe it either especially with the memory card slot. I mean come on, how can anyone subsist on 32GB of memory.
Yeah, I wish there was an FM radio too.
I was really disappointed when I read the specs. The killers for me were the lack of wireless charging, tiny 2/32GB memory, no card slot and a small battery.
What I want above all is battery life. I don't care about a phone being waif-thin or feather light, especially if I'm going to have to carry a charger and power bank all day. Back when batteries were removable, enterprising companies made bigger batteries and new, extra-deep case backs so those who needed more juice could have it. I say, bring back something similar! One day a phone company will have the courage to bring out an 'XL' version of their phone with a big chunky battery. I'd buy it, at any price. Especially if it had wireless charging, a decent memory and a card slot.
LG and Google need to learn to price the products right. From the specifications and comparing the products with others, anything more than $275 is not a good bargain.