Here in late September buyers have tons of choices when it comes to their next Android smartphones. From the Galaxy S6, LG G4, Moto X Pure Edition, to even the big Galaxy Note 5 or Nexus 6. However, two brand new 2015 Nexus smartphones are set to be announced next week, and here’s a few reasons buyers should wait, and consider the new Nexus 5X.
Earlier this week Google confirmed they company will be hosting an event in California on September 29th where we are expecting the debut of the new Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P, and those are reportedly the official names. Along with possibly a new Google Chromecast, Nexus Player and the release of Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
At this point we know nearly everything about the new LG Nexus 5X thanks to a slew of leaks, and have a good idea of what it will offer vs the competition. That said, things could change when it’s revealed, not to mention today is iPhone day, but below are a few key reasons the Nexus 5X could be worth waiting for.
Rumors have been all over the map regarding what’s coming this year from Google, and initially we thought only one would be released. Low and behold, Google is taking the same approach as Samsung and Apple. Releasing two phones at two different sizes and price points to get as many buyers as possible.
And while we don’t know if they’ll be supported by carriers like the Nexus 6 last year was, both phones will surely be unlocked and capable of working on most, if not all, major carriers in the United States. That means Verizon users can probably get one, and enjoy all of stock Android.
Without getting into too many details, below are a few key reasons we think the new Nexus 5X should be a smartphone all buyers consider before picking up something from Samsung, LG, or even Motorola.
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