Reddit Reddit reviews LG Nexus 5X Unlocked Smartphone - Black 16GB (U.S. Warranty)

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LG Nexus 5X Unlocked Smartphone - Black 16GB (U.S. Warranty)
Unlocked, multi-mode and will work on all US carriers including AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile and Sprint, as well as MVNO's (Mobile Virtual Network Operators) and most international carriersUS version with warrantyPure Android Experience: Android 6.0 MarshmallowFingerprint sensor for enhanced and simplified security – turn on your screen and unlock instantly with just your fingertipDimensions: 147.0 x 72.6 x 7.9 mmDisplay: 5.2", Corning Gorilla Glass 3, Android 6.0 MarshmallowBattery: 2700 mAh Battery USB Type-C for fast chargingCamera: Rear: 12.3 MP2; 1.55 μm; f/2.0, Front: 5 MPProcessor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor, 1.8 GHz hexa-core 64-bit Adreno 418 GPU, US version with warranty
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12 Reddit comments about LG Nexus 5X Unlocked Smartphone - Black 16GB (U.S. Warranty):

u/CaptNemo131 · 13 pointsr/Android

Amazon too.

I'm debating pulling the trigger on one. I've had the 6 for about a year and never really got used to its size.

u/Evexium · 7 pointsr/gaming

Setup Specs:

u/gliz5714 · 5 pointsr/nexus5x

In case anyone wants a 16gb Used (like new) for $270 from the warehouse...

Also made it a smile link cause might as well give something to a charity!

u/helix-helix · 3 pointsr/nexus5x

It appears Amazon and B&H have the same deal:

Amazon link

B&H link

u/kball005 · 3 pointsr/NoContract

Ok. Lets run a hypothetical I'm not going to dig deep on the best deal, so you can probably beat my numbers.

Cricket : 2 lines, 10GB for you, 2.5GB for Dad. Cost $60+40-$10 = $90/month. (you can join a group and save more) Savings $80/month

Buy an iPhone 6S from Swappa and a Nexus 5X from Amazon you can find better deals for the 5X.

Total for phones $895.

And just over 11 months in you break even on the new phones and save from there on out. If Cricket doesn't work for coverage reasons, both phones will move to any network you go to.

Cricket is AT&T. Like literally the same towers you just don't get pocket roaming agreements. My day to day usage since switching from Verizon has been equal or even better.

Check coverage maps. Better yet get a sim and a basic account on whatever network looks good to you and pop it into your 5S and test drive it for a week. (You'll have to pay for the service, but might be worth it.)

u/drboyfriend · 2 pointsr/nexus5x

> will be shooting a decent number of photos and videos

For this part alone I would say 5x. As a bonus, you get vanilla Android and OTA updates (incl. security).

They're currently $299/$349 on the Google Play Store and Amazon. It's a great deal, just budget in an extra $13 for a USB C to USB Standard-A cable.

u/Lugeum · 2 pointsr/Android

I would say the Nexus 5X - 32 GB for $420, or the Nexus 5x - 16 GB for $350. They are both solid Nexus phones, I would've normally recommended the 6P, but it cost about $500, so IMO the best for around $400 would be the 5X.

u/avipars · 1 pointr/PickAnAndroidForMe
u/fuzzy_otters · 1 pointr/ProjectFi

I looked at the coverage map and my area is pretty well covered with 4G but I was just wondering if anyone experienced dropped calls, poor phone quality, weird network slowdown,etc. Overall, Project Fi looks like a pretty good package. What would be the best method of getting a phone? I want to spend as close to $300 for a phone as possible so the 5x looks like the one to go with but do these phones go on sale sometimes or would it be best just to buy it through Google?

Edit: I'm thinking of getting this phone which should be a huge upgrade since I am going to be coming from a Samsung Galaxy Nexus. Any feedback from the 5x? Is this a decent price?

u/Trollitito · -2 pointsr/Android