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Google to unveil Nexus 6P and 5X

Published 29/09/2015 | 10:45

Nexus 6P
Nexus 6P

TECH-giant Google will unveil two new flagship smartphones called the 6P and 5X at its event in San Francisco today.

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The larger of the two, the 6P, is designed to compete with fellow-phablets the iPhone 6S Plus and the Galaxy Note 5.

However, it’s widely expected that the 6P will cost a lot less than the other two. The 6P is set to retail for $499 (€444).

It’s understood that the 6P, from Chinese giant Huawei, will boast a 5.7” wide-quad high definition (WQHD) display and 3,450mAh battery that would be bigger than its Cupertino and South Korean competitors.

The 6P will be available in 32GB, 64GB and 128GB variants - the latter two being more expensive than its $499 entry price-tag.

As well as the 6P, Google is expected to release the 5X.

The 5X will have a more modest 5.2” 1080p display but will also come with a much more reasonable price tag.

The 5X is rumoured to cost around $379.99 (€338).

If rumours around the devices are to be believed, we won’t be seeing them in shops for pre-order at least.

Instead, Google will be sticking exclusively to online sales.

Pre-orders for the phones are expected to go live later today soon after the announcement.


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