'The Nexus 5X is a great smartphone that showcases the best of what Android Marshmallow has to offer. '
'Overall the Nexus 5X is great in some areas, lacklustre in others.'
'Pure Android, Decent specs for the price, USB Type C, Excellent fingerprint scanner.'
'Those looking to upgrade from a Nexus 4 or 5 should be quite happy with this new model.'
'Lower screen res than rivals.'
'Night shots are devastatingly noisy, and contrast issues plight shots in even the most ideal of lighting set ups.'
'Mixed battery performance.'
'Bad. Buttons on rear.'
'Poor call quality.'
'While the bezels around the screen are small, the display itself is a very comfortable 4.7 inches in size and is an IPS display meaning that viewing angles are largely superb. '
'viewing angles are pretty good and the display has good colour saturation.'
'The low resolution results in a display that lacks the pin-sharp clarity of its larger sibling or indeed the Moto G. '
Useful and comfortable sliding keyboard
Physical QWERTY keyboard, Easy to hold and carry around
Comfortable full QWERTY keyboard, Stellar battery life
Wireless charging capabilities
Free with contract, Pleasing size
Low price, Solid performance
You won't get a top-tier display or camera, but it's a good value
Sharp and crisp display
Very light and compact for the screen size
Actually feels like a phone, not a mini-tablet
Very fast, Customizable button
'Excellent High Quality Display.'
Super thin, feather-light - but can it rival the new dual-core brigade
Menus open slightly slower than expected, apps launch after a pause and the touch input is short of being perfect.
NOVA display for improved readability
Android 2.3 Gingerbread
Runs Android 2.3.4
Big, vibrant display
Well-built handset with a 4.3in touchscreen
UI Looks Good & Works Well
Supports 4G LTE data speeds
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