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The prices of the new Nexus devices are being exposed

Hours before the official launch, we also get the latest pieces of the puzzle about the new smartphones And its partners

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In a few hours, 6P and 5X officially, along with the new Android Marshmallow system that will work on them, and we expect very few surprises in this event, if any.

After all the information we presented to you two days ago, in the last few hours we also received the last information we still lacked - the prices of the new devices. According to the website androidpolice.com which led the leaks and information displays on the pair of devices Over the last few weeks, 5X in its basic version that includes 16GB of storage and 2GB of memory Will be priced at $ 380, with the enhanced version that includes 32GB of storage (but only 2GB of memory , Rather than 3GB as we expected) may cost 400 dollars as a result.

At the same time, The larger and larger metal 6P will be offered at a starting price of $ 500 which is actually significantly better than we expected - and may make it the most lucrative deal between the two. It will be interesting to see what prices the more advanced versions of the smartphone will come with Of 64GB and 128GB. Can the 128GB version cost only $ 600? We'll hold on to that.

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A flip-flop presentation is similar to the one we saw for the 6P A few days ago, 5X - and confirms that there will be no version with 3GB of RAM unfortunately, but at the same time also reveals that the main camera will be quite advanced, with an impressive physical size (1.55 micron pixels), laser-based auto focus and video photography capability In 30FPS (No, not 340FPS as pictured below - this is a typo, naturally)

What do you think about the prices? Are they turning the new Nexus into a worthy deal? Make your comments.

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  1. Since when did 500-600 dollars for this Nexus "only"? You are being fed shit and you say thank you….
    At a negligible difference of $ 500, you can buy the premium devices from the major manufacturers (S6 / G4 / Z5) and only turbo nerds will prefer the nexus even at this price just because of the "faster updates".

  2. What is the problem with Nexus 5 that you need to replace it?
    There is no point in better resolution for such a small screen, the battery is fine, the performance is superb, it is still getting updates, there is no quantum leap in hardware.

  3. I guess he wants to move forward to the 2015 year and open up the phone using a fingerprint instead of pressing annoying code.
    Even the camera of the Naxos was never really a strong point ..

  4. Wanted but not sure I deserve to spend 400 dollars on a better camera, and a finger scanner (interesting how well it works at all).

  5. What is the connection between a screen protector and a fingerprint reader?
    You mean a * device protector *? It already depends on where it is located.

  6. I guess he wants to move on to 2015 and unlock the phone with a fingerprint instead of typing annoying code. Nexus camera was never really a strong point either.

    exactly. The Nexus 5 is still a great device but I also want to move to a device with a better camera and a bigger screen.

  7. A better camera - I would not build on it, though it is a Nexus.
    Larger screen - you will not feel the 0.2 at all.
    Fingerprint Reader - Will you really buy a new phone for this gimmick? And Naxos when its location is bad?

  8. I too probably give up on upgrading at this point.
    I would have been happy to get a better camera than the one in my N5, but the difference between the devices doesn't justify investing at this point.

    Regarding fingerprinting, to me personally it looks gimmicky and nothing more.

    I'm starting to think of the mi4c as a good replacement.
    If you just get a clean version or a stable CM…

  9. Waiting for camera reviews, I will have a hard time getting back to Nexus after the Galaxy s6 camera

    The camera at S6 is excellent. Today, there is no point in buying a digital camera for under NIS 2,000.

  10. This is an exaggeration, the lens in S6 (as good as the sensor) is not as good as a good compact camera.

    Somehow editing of the messages on the phone erases them, so I'll write again.
    As the owner of N5, I will also give up the upgrade at this point for reasons -
    1. There is no significant upgrade here in hardware (for me a fingerprint sensor is a gimmick and nothing more)
    2. The price for the 32 version is not relatively cheap
    3. Missing in this version are things in the original N5 like wireless charging (a gimmick is more important to me)

    And anyone who says it's nerdy to buy a Nexus device to get updates straight from Google does not understand the advantage of the Nexus
    It is the size of their development community - I have yet to come across an extension or development or rum that did not support my device.
    Usually the nexus is the device where everything works. For example, in my spouse's G2, not everything that works for me is running for her.
    Another advantage of this is that you do not have to wait a year or so for a version to be updated.

    After all this, I'm thinking of going at the end on the mi4c if it will have a CM version.

  11. All right, I'm not saying no, but buying a new device for a gimmick like that?

    Even if you repeat 50 once for the claim that it is a "gimmick" it will not make it right. It's not a gimmick.

  12. I also testify that it is unusually comfortable.
    Last year I skimped on paying for the new iPad mini with the fingerprint sensor, but this year I bought the 4 with the sensor.
    It's just very, very, very convenient.
    You no longer need to type code at opening, and enter your username / password with a Lastpass fingerprint instead of an 20 character password….

  13. It just makes Nexus 6 and GS6 more interesting.
    As far as hardware is concerned, the iPhone 6s are all over the top.
    I am waiting for premium devices with Snapdragon 820 as my next upgrade .. A very disappointing year for the Android Market.

  14. Overall upgrades went all round even though they were expected I would upgrade but !! in light of the exaggerated prices I will give up.
    For me, the real news is in M, Google already controls the most powerful operating system market - Monopoly Ahm
    It will be interesting to see where it goes

  15. Better camera - I wouldn't build on it, it's a nexus anyway. Larger screen - you won't feel these 0.2 inches at all. Fingerprint Reader - Really buy a new phone for this gimmick? And another Benaxus when its location is bad?

    This is the 6P.

  16. Even if you repeat 50 once for the claim that it is a "gimmick" it will not make it right. It's not a gimmick. You see you've never experienced it. It's a different world in terms of the convenience of locking / unlocking the device.

    You will pay another 400 for this dollar + country shipping + taxes.
    I experienced it in OPT. gimmick.

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    Even if you return to 50 once upon a claim that it is a "gimmick" it will not make it fit. It's not a gimmick.

  18. Yes, to someone where the screw had fallen.
    It's a component that is external to the phone and has nothing to do with its development. And it also costs nothing in production.
    It's not like this phone has an open battery cover that can get in the way, so why not ??

    I know that sounds silly, but after you get used to wireless charging in some places (eg, an office) it's really convenient.

    For me it's the straw that broke the camel's back.

  19. Yesterday evening Q&A was alive with Google engineers responsible for the development of nexus.
    Ask them about the wireless charge and their answer was that the decision to remove the wireless charge was due to:
    1. A desire to keep the device slimmer because adding the option to wireless charging will thicken the device.
    2. The use of a USB TYPE C connection - as they claimed, in the past they put in a wireless charging option because they wanted to "simplify" the charging option for the users of the device (i.e. not getting involved with the cable connection to the device - which should disappear with the use of TYPE C) and also Now in connection with the phone cable will charge much faster according to them, in 6P the phone should charge from 1-100 percent in 97 minutes.

    http://www.phonearena.com/news/Heres-why-the-Google-Nexus-6P-and-Nexus-5X-dont-feature-wireless-charging_id74259

    This is less interesting to me (wireless charging), it bothers me that 5X comes with medium specification (more similar to LG G2 than the device coming out at the end of 2015) and that 6P is probably the more interesting device of the two coming with 5.7 screen "and not something a little more normal like XNX And down.

    By the way, I agree here with what's being said about fingerprint reader, when it works fast and well, it's definitely a handy and convenient feature - I have a Galaxy Tab ace and this feature is much more convenient than a regular opening of the device with code or form drawing.

  20. The 5x was a great candidate for a lucrative smartphone developer (including for me), mainly due to the fact that it was likely to include 3GB Ram (even if only in its 32 gigabyte version).
    Now, only a retard will agree to pay the above price for this device and move from Nexus 5.

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    Even if you return to 50 once upon a claim that it is a "gimmick" it will not make it fit. It's not a gimmick.

    Maybe for you.

  22. Maybe for you.

    Even if you repeat 50 once for the claim that it is a "gimmick" it will not make it right. It's not a gimmick.
    (And you're stupid)

  23. Yesterday evening Q&A was alive with Google engineers responsible for the development of nexus. Ask them about wireless charging and their answer was that the decision to take out wireless charging came from: 1. A desire to keep the device thinner because adding the wireless charging option will thicken the device. 2. The use of a USB TYPE C connection - as they claimed, in the past they put in a wireless charging option because they wanted to "simplify" the charging option for the users of the device (i.e. not getting involved with the cable connection to the device - which should disappear with the use of TYPE C) and also Now in connection with the phone cable will charge much faster according to them, in 6P the phone should charge from 1-100 percent in 97 minutes.
    
    

    http://www.phonearena.com/news/Heres-why-the-Google-Nexus-6P-and-Nexus-5X-dont-feature-wireless-charging_id74259

    Yes, from this interview I also realized that they downloaded Qi.
    Their explanations are not related to reality. Qi was no faster than charging with the old USB. But it has very high comfort. Instead of tinkering with cables, just put the phone in the crib and it recharges… the 2 mm thickness that this mechanism takes really bothered them ?: angryfire:

  24. It's not even 2 MEM, it's hardly 1 if it's built from the company and not the patch you're installing.

  25. I don't understand why you're locked into calling it a gimmick. This is very useful and saves time opening the device and also the need to remember another password. Now especially with marshmallows it will work great, so you may think it is a gimmick, but in my opinion it is more useful than a waterproof cellphone.
    Water immunity is a gimmick, too. It's not a real feature. It won't make me switch phones.
    
    Even if you repeat 50 once for the claim that it is a "gimmick" it will not make it right. It's not a gimmick. (You are stupid)
    You repeat the argument that it is not a gimmick, it does not make it right. Do good to humanity and do not reproduce well?
  26. You throw your opinion at people and assume it is true
    Some people consider waterproof (which works, it's not something subjective to argue about)
    Some people care about wireless charging
    Some people care about fingerprint reader

    Don't determine what's important and what's not. It just gets you an annoying creature

  27. Say something useful, whether it will make you change a device or not, gimmick, it just is not true. Maybe it does not matter to you, but to many other people it does.

  28. Useful varies from person to person, it is opinion.
    So you, too, must not tell me it's not a gimmick.

  29. I don't understand why you're locked into calling it a gimmick. This is very useful and saves time opening the device and also the need to remember another password. Now especially with marshmallows it will work great, so you may think it is a gimmick, but in my opinion it is more useful than a waterproof cellphone.
    
    
    Even if you repeat 50 once for the claim that it is a "gimmick" it will not make it right. It's not a gimmick. (You are stupid)
    
    
    Good release? Not useful to you, we understood. Come on. PS I am weak in character and booked.
      
    Milford here is the stubborn one. Troll to the end.
  30. Without getting into this retarded fight between you:
    I personally now replace Nexus 4 which swings like size to Galaxy S6 mainly because of fingerprint sensor.
    I want my device locked on one side - and on the other I have no power to put code or any other nonsense. All these years I've been without code, it annoys me - but it annoys me to start messing around with anytime I want to open the device.

  31. Why S6? Missing good and cheaper instruments in the market?
    And by the way, as soon as Samsung put the Big Brother thing into her devices, they lost me.

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  33. Have you entered one of the links? This is the same lady with a change of glamor
    In any case, you do not lose responsibility, but there is no doubt that in some cases it will be more difficult to demand it.
    What happens on all these devices:
    You open the bootloader through a website / rum burner that changes your knox counter
    Waiting for an exploit to allow you to do this without involving the manufacturer
    Remained with rum stock

  34. Why S6? Missing good and cheaper devices in the market? And by the way, as soon as Samsung got the Big Brother thing into its devices, they lost me.

    Of the devices available today for immediate purchase, the S6 (and more specifically, the S6 Edge) is for the best phone flavors available.
    And to get ahead of the cure for Mecca (because some idiots have already done it and called me "Samsung Fanboy" in the past) - I use the LG G2, and I've never (!) Had any Samsung smartphones. Also, I think the entire Galaxy series from 1 to 5 (inclusive) is just shitty and I wouldn't even buy it (and I didn't buy it). The Galaxy 6 is the first ever they have succeeded, in my opinion.

  35. If you look only at the device as is is excellent.
    The Samsung-specific version bothers me.
    If it was in a clean version with warranty, I'd probably buy it.

  36. I agree, I think it is the best device at the moment, but Samsung's software is just not that, and there is no escape from it. Rot can be installed but it does mean a significant loss of functionality and a lot of bugs so it's not applicable.

  37. In my opinion the reader's fingerprint location is more conveniently located than the iPhone / Galaxy. I usually hold the phone in my pocket and not on my desk so my finger sits on the fingerprint reader as I pull the device out of my pocket and when it is in front of my eyes it is already open.

    In terms of price, you will not find a tablet with all the features offered by the Nexus 6P (QHD screen, 3GB memory, front speakers, second benchmark camera just after the Galaxy 6, 3450 battery, fast charging, aluminum construction and USB C connection) dollar.
    The devices closest to it are the iPhone 6 + and Notebook 5, both starting from 700 and above.

    People who care about the speed of response of the system will prefer the clean interface of the Nexus. I know full of people who are not "turbo nerds" and have the Nexus 5, although the speed of the Nexus 5 is still faster than the Galaxy 6 even though the 6 has two years of technological advancement on it (significantly stronger processor, more internal memory).

  38. You're missing out on the Z5 Premium, which gives everything you've specified (except USB C, negligible) and even beyond (probably the best camera on the market, more than the Galaxy 6) and also comes with water protection, 4K screen, and power button (with Fingerprint reader) in the most ideal location that can be. As a G2 owner I can tell you that this location from behind is definitely not always convenient.

  39. I also read that the Sony camera should be better. But how much will it cost? Will fingerprinting work well? Will its interface work well? All this will only be known when he leaves in a month.

    I agree he'll probably be a good device. It is more important to me personally that the phone has front speakers than water immunity. I just hope for you that the 4K screen won't bump its price too much and its battery life will be reasonable.
    Populate, I think still 1080P is enough even on the 5.7 inch screen, there are many other parameters that affect screen quality except the amount of pixels in it.
    How about these companies and Sony between them sometimes take even six months to update the version of Android? This is a disadvantage for me.

  40. It's not in the price category at all 
    
    http://www.amazon.de/gp/aw/d/B013WSM36A/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?qid=1443897639&sr=8-1&pi=SY200_QL40&keywords=sony+xperia+z5&dpPl=1&dpID=41d0pAkhdyL&ref=plSrch
    Already booked? :)
    He noted the
    
    
    IPhone 6 + and Notepad 5, I just added to it the best Z5P list of both :) regarding order, waiting for reviews. I have some concern about this 810 and there is talk that 820 will be a serious leap ... Sony releases new models every six months, so I have no problem waiting for the next model with 820 if it suddenly brings 2 battery time out of 810 Or something like that.
    
    
    
    
    
    				
  41. He noted the
    
    
    IPhone 6 + and Notebook 5, I just added to it the best Z5P list 

    :)

    
    

    Listen, it's problematic to compare a device that costs 800 Euro, let's say that it costs US $ 800 to a device that costs US $ 500.

    And so in his category agree 5.5-5.7 inches when you consider the Z5 premium which costs 800 dollars, the iPhone 6S + which costs 950 dollars, the notebook 5 which costs 700 dollars and also the Legi 4 which costs 430 dollars 6P transcends them in features (which are important to me) and, if more or less, compares them to them at a significantly lower price. And so in my opinion, the price of the 500 dollar device is very lucrative.

  42. RIGHT] [COLOR = # 333333] Both start from 700 and up. "

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    Again - for the second time - I have not compared it to a device that costs 500 $. I compared it to the pair of devices you wrote about which are "

    
    
    Both start from 700 and up. "
    
    
  43. Since when did 500-600 dollars for this Nexus "only"? You are being fed shit and you say thank you .... With a completely negligible difference of 500 dollars you can buy the premium devices from the major manufacturers (S6 / G4 /
    
    

    Z5) and only turbo-geeks will favor the nexus even at this price just because of the "faster updates."

    Here's a comparison.

  44. Samsung is not on this list ... I'm used to Nexus where you can do whatever you want. And that is no small advantage to the developer. I have some apps on the device that just make life easy development and only work with Roth.

    What apps?

  45. catlaog
    wifi adb
    busybox (I refer to the extension that it provides that supports NTFS file system drive)

  46. Here's a comparison.

    Do you have Down syndrome?
    What does this have to do with the current debate?

  47. Sure it has to do with, the discussion is about the prices of the nexus. You have claimed that the price of 500 dollars is not lucrative by comparing it to the leading devices in the market. And through all my reactions, I claim it does pay off. By the way, the regular Z5 also costs 700 euros and not 500 dollars.

  48. Do you have a problem understanding reading or are you just a troll? Asking seriously to know how to respond ..

  49. Is that a stumbling question?

    Access, I read that Root for the new fingerprint devices are breaking the functionality of Android Pay when it becomes relevant in our country.

  50. Why S6? Missing good and cheaper devices in the market? And by the way, as soon as Samsung got the Big Brother thing into its devices, they lost me.

    Buying it at 400 New Euro… Pretty good price in my opinion. I didn't find anything else better at this price.

  51. You have Chinese devices like the mi4c or even the OP2 that cost 20-40 less than that and not as good (in the case of Mi4c it's still on mobile)

  52. You have Chinese devices such as the mi4c or even the OP2 that cost 20-40 less than that and no less good (in the case of the Mi4c it is still on paper)

    OP2 was an option - unfortunately I couldn't find where to buy it in Germany, and in the country it's too expensive for me. Either way - because of the very attractive offer that Samsung Germany offered (100 euros off to S6 for a few days) - the S6 dropped to a very lucrative price of 450 euros. The OP2, which I believe goes head to head with the S6 - less than any parameter - costs more or less the same price…
    Let's say that if I found a physical store in Germany that sells the OP2 for around 350 euros - I would buy OP2 - which also meets all my requirements.

  53. The problem is really hard to find at the price they said it would cost - 330 for the basic version, and everywhere they sell it is much more expensive.

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