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Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P Fully Leaked with All Colour Options

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As we said there are more and more new leaks to come before the Official Google Event. Here we are again with something more about which we talked in our previous article. Press Render Images of Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P showcasing the colour options have surfaced. So, let’s take a look at the images being leaked on the Internet.

Nexus 5X press render

Above is the (let’s say) Leaked Official Press Render of the Google Nexus 5X which showcases the front of the device for the first time ever in this much detail. The bezels seem to be not that symmetrical like that of Nexus 6P that got leaked previously.

There are two speaker grills, one above the display at the right side of the front camera (most probably it seems like) and one is placed right below the display. Though, the variant in the press render is in white colour, the front is pure black just like the old Nexus devices. Let’s have a look at the colour options of the device being leaked below.

Nexus 5X Colour Options

There are three colour options in the leaked render White, Black and a Greenish blue. While white and black colours exist for almost every device in the market, the greenish kind of blue seems to be a new addition to the Smartphone colour family. As all of you can see, the Greenish Blue colour variant of the device is not that visible so we can’t judge the variant colour until we see it in the flesh.

At the back of the device is a Camera sensor with a beautifully crafted bump around it and dual LED flash followed by the laser focus light which is clearly visible in this render. Below the camera sensor is the fingerprint sensor with a ring around it followed by the old Nexus logo and the logo of LG at the bottom of the phone. There is a hole at the left bottom (from the back) of the device which seems to be the audio jack considering its size. The Nexus 5X will feature 5.2-inch Full HD display powered by Snapdragon 808 processor. There will be a 12.7 Megapixel snapper paired with Dual LED flash and a Laser Focus and a 5 Megapixel camera at the front.

However, the device was supposed to feature 3GB RAM until the listing by Amazon India showed that the phone will feature only 2GB RAM which doesn’t soothe the hearts of Google Nexus fans. The listing also said that the device weight will be 177 g which is very heavy for a 5.2-inch device so some of the specifications in the listing could be a mistake, we’re sure about that. There are still 5 days left until the Official Announcement so let’s just wait and watch what Google has for its fans.

Nexus 6P Leaked

Above is the leaked render of the Nexus 6P. The render showcases the beauty of the front and the uniqueness of the camera part at the back of the phone followed by a noise cancellation mic and the fingerprint sensor with a shiny ring around it. Below them is the same old Nexus logo followed by the logo of the manufacturer Huawei. Now, let’s talk about the render which leaked on the Internet showcasing the colour options of the Nexus 6P.

Nexus 6P Color Options

The colour options which are available in the image are Aluminium Grey, Black, White, and Gold (left to right). Aluminium Grey and Gold Version of the device are also a new addition of colours to the Nexus family. Availability of these colours (especially Gold version) may vary according to the markets. According to the rumors, the phone will come with a metal frame and will feature 5.7 inch QHD Display powered by Snapdragon 810 processor paired with 3GB RAM and a 13 Megapixel Rear Camera with Dual LED flash as seen in the render. Both of the Devices will feature USB Type-C and will come with Android 6.0 Marshmallow out of the box.

The Google event is just 4 Days away and there are still hopes for more and more leaks to come so keep your expectations high. The Google Event will take place on 29th September in San Francisco at 9 am PT. We will cover every announcement of the event on September 29. You can also watch the event and all the announcements live on Google’s Official Channel.

Do we still need to say this….? Okay… Stay Tuned!

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