Google Nexus 5X versus LG G4


Today was a big day for the Android world, as Google introduced two all-new devices, the Huawei-made Nexus 6P and LG’s Nexus 5X. Both are impressive phones, but the Nexus 5X was arguably the most anticipated given how well the original Nexus 5 was received.

The Nexus 5 was a great smartphone, but it didn’t stack up well with big contenders like the LG G4 as far as specs go. But now that the Nexus 5X is here as the Nexus 5’s successor, let’s just see how well the Nexus 5X and LG G4 contend, shall we? Hit the break to see these two players go head to head!

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Google Nexus 6P versus Samsung’s Galaxy Note 5


Google today at an even in San Francisco introduced two new Android smartphones into the world–the LG-made Nexus 5X and the Huawei-manufactured Nexus 6P. Both devices are impressive handsets, but it goes without saying, the Nexus 6P is Google’s “flagship” model.

Equipped with a massive 5.7-inch Quad HD 2560 x 1440 display, this behemoth rivals Samsung’s Galaxy Note 5 in a lot of ways. Hit the break to find out how these two premium devices stack up against each other!

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Google adds new Sensor Hub chip to Nexus devices


During the announcement of the new Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P that took place earlier today, Google shared a new technology they have added to their new smartphones. Called the Sensor Hub, this is a new low-power chip added to the devices in order to handle some secondary processing and help preserve battery life by keeping the main processor idle. The Sensor Hub chip connects to the various sensors included in the devices and monitors them for input. An example might be when you start running with the phone in your pocket or detecting when a user picks the phone up from off of a table. In the latter case, the device could go ahead and display notifications. Read more

Cases and cables for the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P are live in the Google Store


The Accessories section of the Google Store just got busier. With the introduction of the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P, Google needed to bring in new cases and cables. Both phones need to cases to protect them (and maybe add style), but the inclusion of cables is more important as Google has implemented USB Type-C ports with the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P. So now there are all different types of cables that allow your device with a USB Type-C port to work with other phones, ports, and chargers.

Hit the break to see the accessories Google is now selling.

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Google Nexus Protect expands coverage for new Nexus phones


As part of the rollout for the new Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P, Google is upgrading the protection options available for buyers of the devices. Their Nexus Protect insurance plans will offer coverage for both mechanical issues as well as accidents. As part of the coverage, Google will let users submit claims 24/7 and recognizing people really need their smartphones in their lives, replacement units can be available as soon as the next business day.

For a Nexus 5X, coverage will cost $69 while Nexus 6P coverage will run $89. This will now coverage two years worth of coverage, which is another expansion of the program compared to previous offerings.

Google is launching Nexus Protect in the U.S. starting today alongside accepting pre-orders for its new phones.

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Google officially launches the Huawei-made Nexus 6P, pricing starts from $499


The live stream coverage of Google’s Nexus announcement is still ongoing, and here we have the official launch of the Huawei-manufactured Nexus 6P (and the Nexus 5X made by LG). As you may know, the Nexus 6P is the first Nexus device to be produced by a Chinese handset maker. Join us after the break for the specifications as well as the promo video.

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Watch Google’s San Francisco event live stream right here!

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It’s the moment we’ve been waiting for all day, the live-stream coverage of Google’s Nexus announcement. This is where we will see the LG Nexus 5X and Huawei Nexus 6P handsets revealed, the second-generation Chromecast devices and app, and, if that isn’t enough, the new Pixel tablet. And who knows, maybe Google has a surprise up its sleeve that didn’t leak yesterday. You can check out the live stream coverage of the Google announcement right here. Read more