The wait for your next Nexus phone, or more appropriately, phones will be over tomorrow at 4PM. Given that we've already told you what there is to reveal about the upcoming Huawei Nexus 6P and LG Nexus 5X phones, we're sure you must have made up your mind already.
However, we were treated to a fresh new leak today on a few things that we weren't sure of yet concerning Huawei's Nexus 6P phablet. Its battery life and overall build!
A new Power Point presentation on Nexus 6P turned up at image sharing service Imgur's website, revealing that the phablet is the first-ever all metal Nexus device and that the display is shielded by a highly resistant Gorilla Glass 4 screen.
Another marvellous feature in the Nexus 6P is the battery. The phablet contains the largest ever 3,420 mAh battery which trounces the 3,220 mAh one in Nexus 6. We believe it is a great way to compensate for a 5.7 inch QHD display, a new operating system and a power-guzzling processor.
Weighing at 178g, Nexus 6P will also be the first Nexus phone to feature a USB Type-C charger cum port as well as a 64-bit processor. It will also contain a Chrome custom tab, Android Pay, a primary camera sensor and a fingerprint sensor on its rear panel.
In terms of storage options, you will be able to choose from 32GB, 64GB and 128GB variants. Nexus 6P will also be available in Aluminium, Graphite, Frost and Gold colours. However, as per the presentation, the Gold variant will only sell in Japan for now.
The only thing that the presentation is silent on is pricing. While we came across a leak suggesting that LG’s Nexus 5X will sell for £260 for the 16GB model and £295 for the 32GB model, no such information is available on Huawei’s Nexus 6P yet. We’re sure that we’ll be able to know more about it from network operators once the launch takes place at 4PM tomorrow.