The new Nexus handsets have arrived, and along with the Nexus 5X we’ve also been treated to the Nexus 6P – the second generation phablet from Google. While the Nexus 6 was built by Motorola, Google has switched manufacturers for the 6P with Huawei being drafted in for its first Nexus device. As for Google, it looks set to really drive forward it’s now two-pronged attack on the mobile market. The Nexus 6 was a decent phone, but it had a few flaws. Is the Nexus 6P an improvement? I’ve grabbed it with both hands to try and find out.
Mid-fall has always been a special time for Android fans, thanks to Google’s habit of releasing new Nexus devices and new versions of Android around this time. This fall is no different. The Nexus 5X has some big shoes to fill. In spirit, it’s the successor to the Nexus 5, probably the most beloved Nexus smartphone to date. LG is at its third Nexus smartphone, but is it the charm we’ve been waiting for? We find out in our Nexus 5X hands-on!
Looking for the best phone under 10,000 INR? Believe me, finding it is a real challenging task as there are many good smartphones under 10,000 INR. I believe that specifications of the phones just tell the half story, a great user experience matters more than great specifications. So, while preparing this list I have considered everything, the specifications, hardware, software (UI), real-world performance, user experience, brand value, after sales service and more. I have considered hundreds of phones, from biggest to the smallest brands and came up with honest rankings.