Nexus 5X Video Shows The Device Running Windows 10 Mobile

Omar Sohail
Posted May 18, 2016
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Nexus 5X was announced back in 2015, alongside the 5.7-inch Nexus 6P. Both phones are running stock Android, and we believed that this was the only operating system that Nexus 5X could run, until a video completely changed our impression about things.

Nexus 5X Can Run Microsoft’s Windows 10 Mobile – Check Out The Video Right Below

Slashgear managed to find the video which shows that Nexus 5X is running Microsoft’s Windows 10 Mobile platform. While Windows 10 Mobile is definitely not without its faults, you can see in the video that running the OS on Nexus 5X is a smooth process altogether, and we feel that majority of that has to do with the fact that the handset is incorporated with a Snapdragon 808 combined with 2GB of RAM.

In terms of hardware, Nexus 5X has a 5.2-inch screen that renders a 1080p resolution. One of the biggest improvements incorporated into the newly announced smartphone is that it features a Type-C USB port. Another big upgrade added to Nexus 5X is its 12.3MP rear camera sensor. The sensor has been made by Sony so you can rest assure that it will be able to capture images effectively. Additionally, it also sports a feature called laser-detect autofocus, where users will effortlessly be able to focus on the object they are attempting to capture on their devices.

Nexus 5X Video Shows The Device Running Windows 10 Mobile

Furthermore, the front camera sensor supports HDR photographs and apart from the rear camera capturing 4K videos, slow-motion capture have also been added. In order to edit out the videos accurately, Nexus 5X can capture slow-motion videos at 120FPS, which will really allow you to give you a whole lot of room when you get down to editing the videos. If you thought that was over, then there is one more unique feature that can be added to that list; smart burst. This feature can take photos at 30FPS in order to make GIFs and take out a special image that will become a part of your memory.

Watch the video given at the bottom and let us your thoughts immediately.

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