LG Nexus 5X

LG Nexus 5X
88

Engadget Review

With a lower price and a smaller form factor, the Nexus 5X signifies Google's return to a more affordable phone that's also friendlier to those with tinier hands. Starting at just $379, the 5X offers a lovely display, a speedy new fingerprint sensor and a surprisingly decent camera. It does falter a little with sub-optimal battery life and specs that aren't as good as its rivals, but the 5X is still a solid phone -- especially for its price.

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Pros

  • Great value for the money
  • Quick and accurate fingerprint sensor
  • Android 6.0 is a fantastic upgrade
  • Compatible with Google's Fi network

Cons

  • Mediocre battery life
  • No microSD card slot
LG

Nexus

Engadget

88

Critics

10 reviews

79

AVERAGE CRITIC SCORE

Users

2 reviews

90

AVERAGE USER SCORE
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Key Specs

TYPE
Smartphone
OPERATING SYSTEM
Android
SCREEN SIZE
5.222
INTERNAL MEMORY
161
CAMERA
Yes

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