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You can get a good idea of what the Nexus 5X looks like from these case renders
Intrigued by the Nexus 5X? Renders from case listings on Amazon may give you a good idea of what to expect in terms of appearance.
The renders come from a familiar source: case manufactures looking for an early marketing lead who create unofficial renders of upcoming devices. These renders are based on product schematics that phone makers share with accessory companies ahead of new phone launches. The images are typically accurate in terms of the general dimensions and layout of ports and buttons, but case makers don’t know the finer details, like the material or finish of a device.
A source has confirmed to Android Authority the design of the upcoming Nexus 5X – from images we have seen, we can say that these renders (as well as the images leaked by Android Pit a few days ago) are spot on.
The LG-made Nexus 5X is expected to feature a Snapdragon 808 processor, a 5.2-inch Full HD display, and a fingerprint sensor on the back. According to our sources, the device will be around $50 more expensive than the original Nexus 5. We’re just weeks away from the expected September 29 launch, so everything should become clear very soon. In the meantime, we can’t rule out even more revealing leaks, so keep it tuned for more Nexus 5X coverage.