The big day has come and Google has finally announced its flagship devices, the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P, the first smartphones of the world to run Android Marshmallow 6.0. These are also the first Nexus devices to feature fingerprint scanners.
Both the devices 5X and 6P are available for pre-order starting today in the United States, UK, Ireland and Japan, directly from Google Store. The shipping of the gadgets will begin at the end of this month when they are also going to be available in other markets of the world (Google hasn’t revealed the list of countries yet).
The launch isn’t the only big thing to happen. The freebies being offered alongside the device are also enticing. Especially for the people of US, Google will offer $50 Google Play credit to each new Nexus smartphone buyer. Other countries (including the US), wherein a user purchases a Nexus 5X or Nexus 6P will also enjoy a free 90-day Google Music subscription.
The two models are extremely tech-driven and come with specialized features. So once can expect a good pricing as well. In case you are not aware, prices for the Nexus 5X starts at $379(16GB Model), with the higher variant (32GB) being priced at $429. The big display Nexus 6P is a bit more expensive with the 32GB model being $499, 64GB at $549, and the 128GB at $649. It’s true Nexus has its first phone at 128GB storage.