Tuesday was a huge day for Nexus fans. While we eagerly await the September 29th launch, the leaks have been coming fast and furiously. We know almost everything about the two new phones, the Huawei Nexus 6P and the LG Nexus 5X, and we’re now getting a better look at both the packaging for the devices and a brand new press render of the Nexus 6P thanks to our friends over at AndroidPolice.
We’ve seen multiple rumors over the past few weeks that the new LG Nexus would be called the Nexus 5X but there was no hard evidence until now. As you can see, the packaging features a stylized X with 5X in the top left corner. We can also see that this packaging is for a 32 GB 5X. Rumors have been flying that we’ll only see 16 GB and 32 GB models for the more affordable device. This confirms we’ll see at least 32 GB but we hope for that’s the base storage with a 64 GB option also being offered.
The Huawei Nexus 6P is now also confirmed to offer a 32 GB model. It’s been rumored that the Nexus 6P will be the first Nexus to offer a 128 GB model with 32, 64 and 128 GB options being offered. The box is a little more rounded on the corners than the Nexus 5X box and also shows a coastline within the stylized letter. Both boxes show a smaller preview picture of what you’ll be purchasing and confirm the camera bump on the Nexus 5X and the colored bar on the top of the back on the Nexus 6P.
Here in the press render of the Nexus 6P we can see one of the most controversial choices for the new phone- the colored bar above around the camera and flash. There’s no news on whether there’s a special reason for the bar or if it’s just a style decision, but we assume the latter. We’re also seeing front facing speakers and the time on the phone, 6:00, confirms that the new Nexus will release with the newest version of Android, as all Nexus devices have.
While we do know a lot about the new devices, firm information on price has yet to be revealed. It’s been rumored that the smaller LG device will have a price tag between $300 and $400 while the big brother Hauwei device will climb a bit higher but remain affordable. The reveal event for the new Nexus devices is September 29th. Stay tuned to AndroidGuys.com for more coverage of the event and all of the devices that will be debuted.
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