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  • Nexus 5X

    Plus

    • Unskinned Android Marshmallow
    • Decent screen
    • Solid performance
    • Good build quality

    Minus

    • No microSD
    • Middling battery

    2 år sedan
  • Nexus 5X review

    Plus

    • One-hand friendly
    • 5.2-inch display
    • Android Marshmallow

    Minus

    • Starts at 16GB of internal storage
    • Your microUSB cables are useless
    • No wireless charging capabilities

    Conclusion
    Google modernized the its normal-sized flagship for modern times with a slightly larger display, a faster processor and reversible USB charging method.It's still inexpensive, and the fingerprint sensor is fast and accurate. I found relief switching back to this smaller, lighter and substantially cheaper phone. Your pocket is going to appreciate it in more ways than one.No, The Nexus 5X isn't the best phone you can get - it's not even in the top 10. It's not even the best Nexus anymore due to the Nexus 6P being the bigger and faster of the two. It's more like the the perfect fit for one hand and the closest thing to a five-finger discount given the specs.Nexus 6PThe Nexus 6P is the 5X's big brother in both size and price, coming in at 5.7 inches and £449/$499. That all means it's not really a direct competitor to the Nexus 5X, but as both phones run stock Android Marshmallow they could both be considerations.The Nexus 6P is far more of a flagship than the 5X, as you'd expect given the price. It has a QHD display, an octa-core processor and 3GB of RAM, plus a metal shell which leaves it looking far more premium than the plastic-clad 5X.Read our full review of the Nexus 6POnePlus 2In the world of affordable flagships the OnePlus 2 perhaps stands out the most, as at £219/$299 it's even cheaper than the Nexus 5X. Yet with a 5.5-inch 1080 x 1920 display, an octa-core Snapdragon 810 processor and up to 4GB of RAM it's a lot higher spec.Like the Nexus 5X it also has a fingerprint scanner, though there's no NFC here, so it's not quite as well equipped to take advantage of contactless payments.Read our full review of the OnePlus 2Moto X PlayLike the Nexus 5X the Moto X Play is just shy of being a flagship. An octa-core Snapdragon 615 processor and 2GB of RAM keep it chugging along, which if anything makes it slightly lower end than the 5X.It's bigger than the Nexus 5X at 5.5 inches and it packs in some features that phone lacks, such as a water repellent coating and a massive battery, but it's missing a fingerprint scanner.It is however a little cheaper than the Nexus 5X and with the juice to keep on going all day and beyond it's better suited to power users.Read our full review of the Moto X PlayFirst reviewed: October 2015

    2 år sedan
  • Google Nexus 5X

    Plus

    • Skärm
    • Mjukvaruupplevelse
    • Kamera
    • Fingeravtrycksläsare

    Minus

    • Högtalare
    • Arbetsminne
    • Batteritid
    • Inget microSD-stöd

    Slutsats

    LG Nexus 5X är en imponerande telefon med tanke
    på sitt låga pris. Telefonens kamera är
    särskilt imponerande då den är den bästa i sin
    prisklass. Utöver det erbjuder Nexus 5X en ren
    och enkel mjukvaruupplevelse som ständigt
    uppdateras men med det sagt har Nexus 5X också
    ett flertal problem. Batteritiden är inte vad den
    borde, batteriet är inte utbytbart, högtalaren
    är inte så bra, arbetsminnet är begränsat och
    den saknar microSD-kortläsare. I nuläget är
    Nexus 5X med andra ord en bra telefon som tyvärr
    brister på vissa punkter och som har svårt att
    konkurrera på den hårda telefonmarknaden.

    3 år sedan
  • Nexus 5X review: Not quite got the X factor

    Plus

    • Affordable price
    • Fast rear-mounted fingerprint scanner
    • Sharp 1080p display
    • 12MP rear camera with 4K video
    • USB Type-C charging
    • Runs Android Marshmallow
    • Supports most networks across the world
    • Works with Project Fi and Nexus Protect
    • Solid performance

    Minus

    • Plastic body
    • Non Quad-HD display
    • Crappy speakers
    • Poor battery life
    • No wireless charging
    • Slow & bare-bones stock camera app
    • Only 2GB of RAM
    • And no support for USB Type-C data transfer speeds
    • No microSD storage
    • No optical image stabilisation

    Conclusion After all that we get the feeling the earlier Nexus 5, from 2013, looks and feels much better than the current Nexus 5X. Sure, the rear-mounted fingerprint scanner and 1080p display make the 5X worth upgrading to, but it hasn't quite got the X factor in all areas.There's no support expandable storage, no wireless charging, battery life isn't great, and the construction is plasticky (we don't actually mind, but some will). At this sub-flagship level there's increasing competition too. If you really loved the soft-touch rubber finish of its predecessor, the Nexus 5, as well as the 5's ceramic buttons, wireless charging and decent speaker audio-quality, but don't want to spend a lot, then you might want to look sideways at the Moto X Pure Edition. The pricier HTC One A9 is a far better-built alternative too.Still, there's just something about owning a Google device and the stock Android Marshmallow install. For Americans it's one of just a few phones to work with so many different carries, plus offers Nexus Protect and Google Project Fi. For the rest of us, the Nexus 5X has its other hot points: USB-C fast-charging, a decent rear camera, and the affordable price point.Overall the Nexus 5X is great in some areas, lacklustre in others. But it's a Nexus - and boy oh boy, do we love Nexus. However, the larger Nexus 6P offers much more, albeit on a much larger scale.