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Cameras or not: Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X were officially launched

The new Nexus is exactly what we expected, but we are able to surprise despite all thanks to advanced cameras. Will this help justify the pricing?

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New Nexus Devices , and- Is already here, this time officially, with very few surprises compared to all the reports and rumors we received during the week before the launch. Without saying anything beyond what we have already told you, here are the main technical details:

Nice to meet you - 6P

Operating System: marshmallow 6.0
Processor: 810 Quadex A57 Quad-Core 2 GHz, Quadex A53 Quad-Core 1.55 GHz and Adreno 430 Graphical Core at 650 MHz
RAM: Three gigabytes of LPDDR4
volume Built-in: 32, GB, 64, GB, or 128 GB
Micro SD expansionNo
Rear camera: 12.3 Mega pixels based on Sony's IMX377 sensor, infrared-based auto focus infrared, dual-LED LED flash in two tones, photo and video on Full HD at 30 frames per second, In 30 frames per second, 720P supports 240 frames per second
front camera: 8 mega pixel, photo and video in 720p
screen: AMOLED 5.7-inch 1,440 × 2,560 pixel resolution, giving screen density of about 518PPI
קישוריות: Wi-Fi dual channel 802.11a / b / g / n / ac, Bluetooth standard 4.2, NFC
Additional features: Pair Front stereo scanner, built-in fingerprint scanner, aluminum shell, 3 array, microphone for noise filtering, cladding 4 on the screen with an oleophobic layer
Connection interface: USB Type C 1.0
battery: Built-in Lithium-Polymer, 3,450mAh with support for fast charging of approximately 97 minutes from empty mode to full mode
Dimensions: 7.3 * 77.8 * 159.3 mm
Weight: 178 g
price: US $ 500 for volume version Of 32 GB, 550 dollars per version with volume Of 64 and 650 to a volume version Of 128 gigabytes

Nice to Know - Nexus 5X

Operating System: marshmallow 6.0
Processor: 808 with a pair of Cortex A57 cores at a maximum frequency of 1.82 GHz, a four-core Cortex A53 with a maximum frequency of 1.44 GHz and an Adreno 418 graphics core at 600 MHz
RAM: Two gigabytes of LPDDR3
volume Built-in: 16 GB or 32 GB
Micro SD expansionNo
Rear camera: 12.3 Mega pixels based on Sony's IMX377 sensor, infrared-based auto focus infrared, dual-LED LED flash in two tones, photo and video on Full HD at 30 frames per second, In 30 frames per second, 720P supports 120 frames per second
front camera: 5 Mega Pixels
screen: 5.2-inch IPS at 1,080 × 1,920 pixel resolution, giving screen density of about 424PPI
קישוריות: Wi-Fi dual channel 802.11a / b / g / n / ac, Bluetooth standard 4.2, NFC
Additional features: Front speaker, built-in fingerprint scanner, 3 array for noise filtering, cladding 3 on the screen with an oleophobic layer
Connection interface: USB Type C 1.0
battery: Built-in Lithium-Polymer, 2,700mAh with support for fast charging of approximately 97 minutes from empty mode to full mode
Dimensions: 7.9 * 72.6 * 147 mm
Weight: 136 g
price: US $ 380 for volume version Of 16 GB, 430 dollars per version with volume Of 32 gigabytes

Surprisingly, the biggest bonus of the pair of Nexus is their cameras. In the past, all the Naxos were equipped with medium-sized cameras, and the feeling was that the emphasis was minimal, and when we heard about 12-13 megapixels in the current generation, we immediately estimated that this is also reasonable but not exciting intermediate sensors. We are happy to announce that we made a mistake.

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The 12.3-Megapixel On- 5X and 6P are unique sensors from That appear on smartphones for the first time, with a relatively large physical size of 1 / 2.3 inches, which, together with the relatively low resolution, translates into a significant single pixel size of 1.55 microns - compared to the sizes of 1.2 microns or 1.12 microns in most smartphone sensors. The maximum resolution near here is welcome, and the magnified pixels get more light in each photo - allowing them to display more detail as compared to sensors with smaller pixels.

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A pair of official demo images taken with the The new, seemingly without further computer processing

Laser-based auto focus, dual-LED flash in two different hues, advanced HDR and 4K video capture capabilities complement the fun package, 6P that supports 720p resolution video in ultra slow motion with 240FPS pace, first ever on a smartphone - while its brother 5X is the same for all capabilities, except for photography Slow gearing at "120FPS" only, which we have already seen in some advanced devices on the market.

Video at 240FPS rate filmed at The new 6P, ostensibly

All these advantages are not just on paper either, it seems - the Nexus 6P has already had a very impressive 84 score out of 100's famous DxOMark ranking, which puts it third in the smartphone market, after the S6 and Xperia Z5. There is no doubt that this is a huge leap in the field for the Naxos brand, and we can only congratulate you And her friends about it. However, beyond the capabilities of the camera, the situation is a little less glamorous.

Experts say the Nexus 6P camera (and probably Nexus 5X, almost identical) is the best Nexus device ever seen, and one of the best in the whole
Experts in the field claim that the in- 6P (and probably also in 5X, because they are almost identical) is the best seen on the device Ever, and one of the best in the entire field

The Nexus 5X is undoubtedly the problematic device of the two. With the price of 430 dollars for the more reasonable version (sorry, but 16GB unscalable storage volume just doesn't sound like the right choice in 2015, with a look to the future) and quite anemic design, there are a lot of competitors in similar price ranges that may be shorter for most consumers - Moto X Style, Moto X Play, OnePlus 2 and even G4 Respectfully, offering "bonuses" in the form of a memory Of 3GB, slot And a more advanced screen resolution.

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Those who are interested in nimble software updates more than anything else will still find themselves inclined to the 5X for being the cheapest Nexus device of the present era, but not surprised to see its price cut in a few months to accelerate sales, similar to what we've seen ( Twice) in the Nexus 6 - especially if you consider Official prices in Europe For the smartphone are even higher than the price in the United States, with the costs of 480 Euro and British Pound 340 (!).

The Nexus 5X is a high-quality interstitial that suffers from excessive pricing
God- 5X is a high-quality interstitial that suffers from excessive pricing

The Nexus 6P, on the other hand, appears to be a more competitive smartphone - at the very least for consumers who are no longer from Chinese manufacturers, and those who do not reside in Europe (yes, in this case too, European prices appear to be much higher than prices in the United States). With a relatively minor quality metal casing that is relatively minor damaged by the protruding plastic camera strip at the back and more impressive specifications, the first collaboration between Google is definitely a worthy successor to the Nexus 6 - and not just thanks to the price tag that starts at 150 dollars less this time.

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If Huawei can avoid the warming problems we saw earlier Snapdragon 810 devices and provide life Worthy (thanks to Android Marshmallow?), The 6P may very well wink to both mobile photography enthusiasts - and, of course, to the Nexus family for generations, who appreciated not only the handsome software support but also the advanced technical specifications of competitive pricing.

The plastic band makes 6P look a bit like the classic version of Robocop and does not exactly add beauty and chic points to it - but it does not hurt the way we look at it, as we were afraid based on the first leaked images.
The plastic strip makes 6P look a bit like the classic version of Robocop and does not exactly add beauty and chic points to it - but to our delight also does not detract from its awful appearance, as we feared based on the first peeled pictures
Source: phonearena.com

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