Speaking about the new Nexus devices pricing that has been revealed by Google, while asking a pretty aggressive for its new smartphone duo. It’s in the UK, for example, a 16GB Nexus 5X base model costs £339, which is seriously close to the kind of cash a Galaxy S6 32GB costs – £380 on Amazon UK. The pricing seems aprticularly steep in the European market.
If its the price point alone, which might be enough to discourage a lot of potential buyers, but if, for some reason, you just can’t resist and aurge of the vanella-Android device, getting it from Google might no be the best choice. Apart this equation, Carphone Warehouse is selling the much more allure 32GB version of Nexus 5X for a mere £10 more, at £349.99, which is higher than with 16GB, then its pretty good with the UK vendor to have a btter deal at £299.99.
The whole up above is for a SIM-free device. On other markets, the Nexus 5X seems to be overpriced all across Europe, and not in the United States, where the phone runs for $380, but with the added bonus of $50 Play Store credit, if that is your thing.
Huge price, isn’t it. The Nexus 5X offers considerable specs sheet, which it brings with it a 5.2-inch fullHD 1080p display, Snapdragon 808 Hexa-Core chipset with a 1.8GHz COU, 2GB of RAM, USB Type-C, 12.3MP camera and available in 16GB and 32GB models of non-expandable microSD card.
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