Based on a presentation slide show leak, we now have some clues on the Nexus 6P’s specifications. The latter slide show was posted anonymously and in it there were 16 slides that divulged the Nexus 6P’s metal chassis. Thus, we have confirmation that this is a Vanilla Android phone. But, not to worry because even if it is made out of metal, the device tips the scale at only 178 gr.
The Nexus 6P gizmo has a 5.7-inch QHD and it is covered in Gorilla Glass 4. It delivers a dual speaker and on the back it has a black rectangular shaped piece where the camera unit is located. The latter has a dual-tone LED flash, laser auto-focus as well as the fingerprint sensor addition. If you look further down, you will notice that the fingerprint sensor has a metal ring designed around it. No one knows anything about the specs regarding the camera snapper, but according to hearsays, it might be a 21MP on the back end part of the device.
The Nexus 6P device will run Android 6.0 Marshmallow and it will be fired-up by a Snapdragon 810 Octa-core v2.1 SoC. As far as storage, there is the 32GB option, the 64GB and the 128GB. The battery is a 3450 mAh battery.
Also there is one slide in the bundle, the 12th one to be more precise that also shows the LG Google Nexus 5X (well the back end of it at least). The latter device has a round camera detail that also has the laser autofocus and dual-tone LED flash addition located on the left side.
According to online analysis and other repots, the Nexus 5X has:
- a 5.2-inch full HD display;
- a Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor under the hood;
- 3GB of RAM;
- a fingerprint sensor;
- a Type-C USB port;
- a 2,700 mAh battery.
The camera is a 12.3MP one located at the back of the device while the front one is a 5MP shooter. These two devices will see the light of day at the Left Space Studios event in San Francisco, an event planned for the end of this month (29.09).
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