Latest Nexus 5X renders land, highlighting its own set of color options

With under a week to go until Google’s launch event, the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P leaks are pulling out all the stops. We’ve been lucky enough to have a pretty steady stream of new Nexus leaks coming in over the course of the past day, most recently with the arrival of a Nexus 6P render that showed off the four color options we can expect to be available for the phone at launch. The good times aren’t about to stop now, as we turn our attention to a pair of new Nexus 5X renders, delivering a peek at the color selection for this Nexus handset, too.

We’ve known to expect white, black, and blue color options for the Nexus 5X, and previously had been able to take a look at some photos of that “blue” option in the flesh. While the shading here makes it look just slightly darker, this is unmistakably the same color from that leak, joined by the familiar black and white shades.

We also see a new front render of the Nexus 5X arrive, and from what we’ve seen through earlier leaks, it’s likely this same front panel design will be present on all color variants – don’t expect the colors to change up here, too: black bezel for all. But then again, with those big stereo front-facing speakers staring us in the face, we might find ourselves so distracted by how the Nexus 5X sounds that we won’t be giving the bezel much of a second look.

At the rate these Nexus leaks are coming, will we have the complete picture in just another day or two? There are still some important details we need to see resolved, concerning both hardware specs and pricing.


Source: Android Police

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