We have some really great phones from a variety of manufacturers in 2015, and the Nexus 6P, LG G4 and LG V10 all fit the bill. While they all share some similarities like big screens and excellent cameras, they are also very different in other areas.
We’re going to have a look at all three and hopefully we can help you decide which one would work best for you.
This spring clip holster keeps your device clipped in tight, no matter the hustle and bustle. Just snap it to your belt, pants or bag and pop in your device. The top spring clip is extremely tough and provides quick-release access when you need to answer a call, text or email. Now just $ 14.95!
Fingerprint scanners on phones have come a long way since the Motorola Atrix introduced us to them. Thankfully, a really long way. While everyone thinks of them as a cool way to unlock your phone, that’s not exactly how they work on the Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X with Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
Nexus Imprint (that’s what Google calls its implementation of Marshmallow’s fingerprint scanning and reading APIs) grabs your fingerprint and saves associated data about it (encrypted, [Read More…]
If you’ve been trying to get your hands on a Nexus 6P, you’ll be happy to hear that Google has restocked its supply, and all variants of the smartphone are currently available. We’ve seen some supply constraints, with shipping lead times of 4 to 5 weeks, but that is not the case now.
The Nexus 5X is now available from more retailers, as Amazon and B&H Photo have now begun selling all three color variants of the smartphone. If you haven’t ordered the phone because it was only available through Google’s own store, you now have some other options available to you.
T-Mobile’s Des Smith shared on Twitter that the Marshmallow update for the Nexus 6 has been approved, and that it will be rolled out shortly.
The Nexus 5X is a good phone, just not the spectacular one I was hoping for.
Up until the day that the Nexus 5X was announced, I still held some kind of odd nostalgic desire to use the original Nexus 5. As I constantly see from other longtime Nexus 5 owners, there was something special about that phone that made it a joy to use despite the hardware being squarely “meh” and the battery life being [Read More…]
While the Nexus 5 isn’t the latest or the greatest, it is still a great phone that already runs Marshmallow, and right now you can snag a brand new one for just $ 199. That’s right, you can save big on the Nexus 5 right now from Expansys, and you can even select the color of your choice. The retailer has the red, black and white versions with 32GB of on-board storage in stock right now for [Read More…]
Nexus vs Nexus battle royale.
The new Nexus 6P is one of the best Android phones you can buy today. Premium to the nth degree, and hundreds of dollars less than comparable phones you’ll find on the shelves or online stores. It’s the first Nexus phone that comes without a bunch of compromises. I love mine.
But there’s another high-end Nexus phone that’s been around for a while, and people who have one still love it. [Read More…]
Google announced today that Nexus Protect, its additional bit of insurance for the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P, is now available in Canada.