LG Nexus 5X Reaches FCC – Here Are All The Hardware Specifications That You Need To Know
Previously, LG Nexus 5X showed up on an online retailer, with its hardware specifications listed there too. Now, the device has made its way to the FCC, with additional info regarding its configuration, so let us take a look at what else to expect from Nexus 5X.
Here Are All The Details That You Needed To Know About LG Nexus 5X
According to a source, the model number of LG Nexus 5X is LG-H790, and this particular model will most likely be distributed across the United States. However, there was another model named LG-H791, but there were no details as to which region it will be sold in. Additional details from the source state that Nexus 5X is going to support the following bands.
- GSM 850/1900
- W-CDMA 2/4/5
- CDMA 0/1/10
- LTE Band 2/4/5/7/12/13/17/25/26/41
The H791 model will be using all of the aforementioned bands, except for band 12, 13, and 25. As for the remaining hardware specifications, Nexus 5X will be using a Snapdragon 808, along with 2GB of RAM. The most appalling thing about the upcoming device is that its predecessor, Nexus 6, came with 3GB of RAM, and here we have a smartphone that has not only been severely downgraded in the RAM department, but in the storage category too.
This is because LG and Google are expected to release Nexus 5X in only the 16 and 32GB storage variants, and seeing as how all previous models bearing the Nexus logo came without a removable card slot, we fear that this crucial feature will once again not be found in the upcoming handset. The battery is going to be non-removable and will have a charge capacity of 2,700mAh, which is also a downgrade if you compare Nexus 5X and Nexus 6 but keep in mind that the latter came with a 5.9 inch screen size and the former will have a 5.2 inch one.
One of the better things that Google has managed to do is incorporate a 1080p display, which can also be considered a downgrade in comparison to its predecessor, but it is a blessing for those consumers who require a lot of battery life from their mobile devices. The starting price of Nexus 5X is expected to start from $399, which is not so bad, considering the ludicrous starting price that was stamped onto its gargantuan sized cousin.
So what do you guys think of Nexus 5X so far? Is it a worthy smartphone to be upgraded to? Let us known your thoughts.