Google Nexus 5X: Time To Consider The Underrated Smartphone

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Sure, bigger smartphones mean bigger display for watching videos, viewing documents and whatnot, but they also have their disadvantages too. Women can no longer be able to keep their iPhone 6S in their front pockets like how they could’ve done so with their 4S. Unless you’ve got a pair of pockets that’s as deep and big as your phone’s size, you’re probably going to go through some trouble in keeping it away.

Or you can probably opt for the Google Nexus 5 (though manufactured by LG) which could save you from buying a pair of wider pants. It’s nothing short of the common features like having front and rear cameras, as well as having a variety of sensors, despite its compact size with the 5.2-inch display. The Nexus 5 is also home to a 1.8GHz hexa-core processor (Qualcomm Snapdragon), an Adreno GPU which you can choose between 2GB of RAM and either 16 or 32GB of storage.

It’s almost close to being quite a perfect phone; the screen works well with bright colours, strong contrast and texts are delivered with crisp, but sound quality is only acceptable, considering the visual is probably making up for the loss in sound quality. But, it’s still worth thinking about the next time you’re making a smartphone purchase. After all, if you’re the type who doesn’t want a too-fancy smartphone that’s too smart, this is probably just ideal for you.