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When it was released in October 2015, the 16GB variant of the Nexus 5X cost $379, while the 32GB model was priced at $429. For a limited time, eBay’s top-rated seller techno.trading.house will be selling the 16GB variant for just $240 and the device is shipped for free.

The Nexus 5X is more affordable than ever, but the deal is for GSM networks such as T-Mobile and AT&T, while 4G compatible is available for AT&T. Unfortunately, the device isn’t shipped with a warranty, which means that if you drop the phone and crack its display, you will pay for the repair. This means that you’ll need to invest in a device protection plan, in order to be prepared for any incident.



However, there’s an advantage in owning a Nexus 5X. First of all, this mid-range device was released with Android 6.0 Marshmallow out of the box and almost two months ago, Google launched the Android N Developers Preview, including the Nexus 5X on the list of supported devices, alongside the Nexus 6P, Nexus 9 and Android TV. So, if you’re a developer and want to test out the new features of the upcoming Android N operating system, enroll in the program.

Nexus 5X – Specs

If we convinced you to buy the Nexus 5X, which was created by LG, here are the specs that this phone comes with: plastic body measuring 147 x 72.6 x 7.9 mm and weighting 136 grams, a 5.2-inch IPS LCD display with a Full HD resolution, protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 3; it’s powered by a Qualcomm MSM8992 Snapdragon 808 hexa core processor (four cores running at 1.44GHz and two cores running at 1.82GHz) backed by 2GB of RAM; the internal memory isn’t expandable and the 2700mAh battery isn’t removable. Also, the main camera is 12.3MP and has f/2.0 optics, laser autofocus and dual-LED (dual tone) flash, while the secondary camera is 5MP and has the same aperture.

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