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When the Google Nexus 4 first launched it was a revelation.
It had great performance and a SIM-free price that was easy on the wallet. You're only going to find it second hand or refurbished now, but if you're lucky you can find it for as low as £120.
Google's compact Nexus 5X has aged rather well and it's still among the first devices around to be stocked with new software.
Now, it comes cheaper than before and if you can stand the plastic build, it's a great choice.
Update: Our Nexus 5X review has been updated with everything that recent Android Nougat updates have brought to the table. If you're looking to get your hands on a Nexus 5X, you'll need to explore around, as Google no longer officially sells its on its store.
Additionally, we've included info to get started with Android O, if you dare to steep yourself in the developer preview. However, if you sign up for Project Fi, Google's US-only MVNO carrier service, you can snag it at a discounted rate.
It's a shame it's no longer available, to be honest, as the Nexus 5 continues to be an excellent handset for those after a vanilla Android experience.And possibly best of all, it's pre-loaded with the latest stock Android software, Android Nougat, and is set to receive the next iteration, Android O.Weight: 136g Dimensions: 147 x 72.6 x 7.9mm OS: Android 7 (upgradeable to Android O)Screen size: 5.2-inch Resolution: 1080 x 1920CPU: Snapdragon 808RAM: 2GBStorage: 16GB/32GBBattery: 2,700m Ah Rear camera: 12MPFront camera: 5MPCompromises and tough competition mean that the Nexus 5X isn't for everyone.You don’t need to be an expert to see the problems facing Google’s Android operating system: on the cheap phones where it is almost totally dominant, old versions of the software make smartphones feel painfully unsophisticated.And on new versions used by top handsets such as the HTC One and the Samsung Galaxy S4, manufacturers are keen to squeeze out Google, differentiating their products by adding unique features.