Tuesday, we will finally, officially, get to see Google's new Nexus phones in person. At least, we hope so. If not, we'll still likely learn exactly how much they'll cost and when you'll be able to buy one. As to the specs? Well, they've already been about as leaked as much as is possible at this point. We have a pretty clear idea what these phones look like and what kind of hardware they'll be packing. But, to recap.
The Nexus 5X
The Nexus 5X will have a 5.2" 1080p LCD display, Snapdragon 808 six-core processor, likely 2GB of RAM (we're still not 100% sure on this), 16 or 32GB of storage (most likely - there have been no 64GB rumors), a 2700mAh battery, and will come in three colors. You can see those colors above. There will be a 12.7MP rear camera, dual-LED flash, a USB type C connector, as well as a fingerprint scanner. It will come in black, white, and vaguely greenish-blue.
The Nexus 6P
The Nexus 6P will have a 5.7" 2K Super AMOLED display, 3GB of RAM, Snapdragon 810 eight-core processor, 32, 64, or 128GB of storage, a 3450mAh battery, and will be sold in 4 colors - all being aluminum-bodied: standard aluminum, black, white, and gold. The camera will have a 12.3MP sensor with larger pixels that allow superior low light capture and there will be a high-res 8MP front-facing camera, as well. You also get the fingerprint scanner.
Both phones have dual front-facing speakers, and as far as we know, neither has a microSD card slot. The Nexus 6P is expected to be priced above the 5X, but exactly how much each phone will cost, we don't know.
So, with all that in mind, which would you choose: Nexus 5X or 6P?