Here’s a Spec Breakdown for the Nexus 5X

When it rains, it pours. Now, thanks to what appears to be a complete leak of the upcoming Nexus 5X product page from the Google Store, we basically know all of the device’s specs ahead of its official announcement tomorrow morning. 

We already knew quite a few of these details, but the leak gives us a bit more insight as to what sensors we can expect, more detailed processor information, and what features Google will highlight when it begins promoting the device online.

Of course, Google will highlight the Nexus 5X’s fingerprint reader, allowing users to use a finger when using Android Pay, instead of typing in a passcode or password. In addition, Google thinks mighty high of the camera featured on the device, stating on the leaked product page, “the larger 1.55 μm pixels capture more light, even in the dimmest conditions, for stunning images.”

One thing to note, the specs listed do not show NFC, however, do not fret quite yet. In the footnotes, Android Pay is clearly mentioned, which means NFC must be onboard this Nexus device.

So far, thanks to the latest leak, here is what we have.

Nexus 5X Specs

Display 5.2-inch IPS LCD (1920x1080, 424ppi)
OS Android v6 Marshmallow
Processor 1.8Ghz Snapdragon 808 processor (MSM8992)
Camera 12.3MP rear camera (f/2.0), IR Laser assisted Auto focus, 4K video capture (30fps), CRI-90 dual-flash; 5MP front camera (f/2.2)
Battery 2700mAh
Storage 16GB or 32GB
SIM Nano
Dimensions 147 x 7.9 x 72.6 mm, 136g
Model LG-H791
Colors Quartz White, Ice Blue, and Charcoal Black
Ports Micro USB Type-C, 3.5mm audio jack
Sensors Fingerprint reader, Sensor Hub, Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Barometer, Proximity sensor, Ambient Light sensor, Hall sensor, Android Context Hub
Included Phone, charger, earphones, quick start guide


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Here’s a Spec Breakdown for the Nexus 5X is a post from: Droid Life

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