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Nexus 6P has an AMOLED screen that could use active display for notifications while not using much battery but has a notification LED while the Nexus 5X has an HD LCD screen but doesn't have a notification LED and requires you to turn the screen on.

 

Not sure what Google was thinking there..

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Nexus 6P has an AMOLED screen that could use active display for notifications while not using much battery but has a notification LED while the Nexus 5X has an HD LCD screen but doesn't have a notification LED and requires you to turn the screen on.

 

Not sure what Google was thinking there..

Are you serious? No LED notification light on the 5x? Lolllll

Omg, the 5x doesn't even have stereo speakers on the front.

Yeah, Google dropped the ball on this one.

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Nexus 6P has an AMOLED screen that could use active display for notifications while not using much battery but has a notification LED while the Nexus 5X has an HD LCD screen but doesn't have a notification LED and requires you to turn the screen on.

 

Not sure what Google was thinking there..

Wow, it always amazes me what they'll skip. LED notifications? Sheesh.

 

Just to confirm: you're saying it doesn't have the blinking color notification light?

 

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I don't think we'll know until closer to release. But even then I know not to stress about the process when it comes to sprint.

True! I went a ahead and got one just in case last Thursday, so we'll see.

 

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Wow, it always amazes me what they'll skip. LED notifications? Sheesh.

 

Just to confirm: you're saying it doesn't have the blinking color notification light?

 

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That is correct.

The 6P clearly lists an LED https://store.google.com/product/nexus_6p under full specifications -> "Other" where the 5x does not https://store.google.com/product/nexus_5x

 

You will see it also correctly says the 5x has a single speaker to the dual speakers of the 6P

 

Edit: IT DOES HAVE A NOTIFICATION LED

http://www.androidpolice.com/2015/09/29/the-nexus-5x-does-have-a-true-rgb-notification-led-just-like-the-6p-but-its-missing-from-the-spec-list/

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Which I guess is the working one that Moto X Pure is using.

 

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Sean,

Can you confirm it's the same SIM as the HTC M9? There was a lot of confusion early on in the activation process. It's a CSIM correct?

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Sean,

Can you confirm it's the same SIM as the HTC M9? There was a lot of confusion early on in the activation process. It's a CSIM correct?

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I have no clue. This is what I got and the description is.

 

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I have no clue. This is what I got and the description is.

 

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It says CSIM in the description.

 

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I have no clue. This is what I got and the description is.

 

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And sadly my eyes can't read documents with white backgrounds. I sincerely appreciate your efforts nonetheless.

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And sadly my eyes can't read documents with white backgrounds. I sincerely appreciate your efforts nonetheless.

Here you go bud.

 

"WW GEM LTE+GSM REM 4FF CSIM V5"

 

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