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Nexus 6P Hits FCC as Well With Support for All US Carriers, Including Verizon

Following the Nexus 5X’s appearance at the FCC on Friday, the bigger, more premium brother has done the same in preparation for tomorrow’s event. Yep, the Nexus 6P has arrived. Not that this FCC document is giving us much in the way of new information, thanks to that mega leak that showed up over the weekend, but still, it’s nice to see the phone become official and ready for launch.

So what do we know now? A couple of things. 

Like the Nexus 5X, there are North American and international models. The NA model is the Huawei H1511 and the international unit is H1512. Both stopped at the FCC and are linked in the source section.

In this first image, we have measurements for the device that much up to the leak over the weekend for the most part as 159.2×77.8mm. The image also shows the location of the fingerprint sensor and the antenna design.

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The NA model supports all of the major US carriers, just like the 5X, and yes, that includes Verizon. It has both GSM, WCDMA, and CDMA support, so it will work everywhere. As for LTE bands, you have support for band 2, 4, 5, 7, 12, 13, 17, 25, 26, 30, and 41. See for yourself in the chart below.

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If you want to start firing up some conspiracy theories, check out the section we have included above, which mentions “micro SD card” slot a couple of times. The two references are included in the device’s General Description area, where FCC filings tend to describe some of the functionality of the phone being tested. The odd references speak of an external interface, as well as an internal one with reference to removal storage. I wouldn’t think that documents would mention this if they weren’t testing it on some level and if it wasn’t an included technology, so take it as that. There is a chance the Nexus 6P has an SD card slot. Slight or maybe even better than slight chance.

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Finally, here is a confirmation on the battery size of 3450mAh and also the band support for the international model.

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If anyone of the wireless carrier band talk confuses you, hit up our US wireless carrier band cheat sheet.

Excited?

Via:  FCC [2]
Cheers Justin!
  • Thaek

    The one below can’t be the International Model, Band 3 and 20 is missing which are used by all European providers.

  • SupaHotFire

    Is anyone concerned about the size of this phone?
    I mean, it has a smaller 5.7 inch display yet it has the same height and is only 5 mm shorter in width than the old N6 and that had a 6 inch display. I don’t mind 5.7 inch displays, but I wish they could make it more compact.

  • TheRobotCow

    Can’t wait to find out the price tomorrow. I’ll be ditching my iPhone 6+ for this or the Moto X P.E

  • VAVA Mk2

    OMG OMG OMG Micro SD card slot? Holy crap this phone gets better by the day!

  • King of Nynex

    Have a Nexus 6 and I love it. Now I want the new one…

  • Jason M. Kosmiski

    Okay Verizon Nexus question: The least Nexus on Verizon I dealt with was the Galaxy Nexus. People that have the Nexus 6 on Verizon– are the updates fast? Or does Verizon test them for months and months again? I am asking because I am considering either a Moto x Pure Edition or one of the 2 Nexi. The idea that there’s no carrier involvement is pretty appealing to me. Thanks in advance for your help!

    • droidrazredge

      As a current Nexus 6 user on Verizon I will say I get the updates about 2 or 3 days after Google sends out the OTA. The Nexus 6 has SIM provisioning which most people were not aware of before the phone came out so some carriers will get updates faster than others or special updates all together like T-mobile. Hopefully the new Nexus phone are not like that as well. In the beginning of the Nexus 6 life on Verizon it was hard to get updates because the Nexus 6 from Motorola and Google came with a different Lollipop version than the one that Verizon sold in their stores. Users like me would never get updates through Verizon because the Verizon servers would not send out new updates to our phones because we were not on the Verizon version and as far as the servers were concerned Verizon phones had the newest update. Also there was no version at the time to go from what Google had to what Verizon had. The best thing for users like me to do would be to factory reset or side load the OTA each time Google released a new version. It wasn’t until a couple of iteration later that Google update all version of the Nexus 6 that were US and non T-mobile to the same version by making a unifying Lollipop update. Ever since then I have had no problems getting updates. Hopefully this helps you out.

      • Jason M. Kosmiski

        …and we still have yet to see what Moto will do.

        • droidrazredge

          I agree. The old Motorola use to do updates really fast with the carrier updates. Now that the Moto X Pure is only sold through Motorola I’m wondering if the updates will be faster than the carrier version and as fast as Nexus devices.

    • CoreRooted

      It’s a Nexus… why wait for an OTA at all? Download the image from Google and flash it to your device.

      • JSo

        It didn’t used to be like that with the Galaxy Nexus. That’s why he’s asking.

        • CoreRooted

          Duh… I didn’t see that for some reason… [tunnel vision]

    • PoisonApple31

      My coworker and I both bought our Nexus 6 from Verizon. I have been sideloading every OTA update when it hits the internet, and he has been waiting for the OTA. At most he has had to wait a week longer than I did to receive OTA – generally speaking.

  • Tony G.
  • Pete Labozetta

    So it’s just as tall but not as wide or thick as the Motorola Nexus 6. Hmm. Sucks that the phone is the same height but you still lose a slight amount of screen real estate. Slightly bigger battery is nice. I’m most likely just going to wait on reviews. If the processor doesn’t show signs of throttling/overheating and if the camera is better, I’ll probably make the jump. If not, I’m still content with my Nexus 6.

    Does anyone know if Google offers installment plans for their phones?

  • Tyler Durden

    Nexus 6P starting at $499!!!!!!

    • Me

      If true Google is high for the pricing of the N 5X.

  • editorinchimp

    If it is $499 I’m 100% in.

  • A.Miller

    No wireless charging? Am I missing something?

    • Mark

      dont count on it.. especially with an all metal unibody frame

      • Me

        WiPower

  • William Hughes

    Cannot wait to ditch this crappy Samsung S6 that replaced my broken Moto N6. I will be picking up an N6P ASAP IYKWIM!

    • No. You will miss it. Scalpers have algorithms/scripts/bots that automatically buy them from the Play store. They did that last year. It took me 12 hours in front of my laptop to successfully buy one last year lol. You can’t beat the bots. Give it until christmas and they will be readily available.

  • Me

    AP says the Nexus 5X will be 379 for the 16 GB. Doesn’t sound too good for the 6P.

    • Tony G.

      Agree. I bet it will be $500 at least for 32. Hopefully I’m wrong.

  • Tyler Durden

    If AP is right and 5X starts at $379…..lmao

    • Cole C

      Should be $250 for 16gb with 2gb RAM & $300 for 32gb and 3gb RAM. Wishful thinking

      • editorinchimp

        $379 for that paltry ram and storage? Greed at its finest

    • droidrazredge

      If AP says the 5X is starting @ $379 where do you think the starting price of the 6P starts @ ? $550 or $600 ? making the 128 GB model $650 or $700 ?

  • cdm283813

    I’m betting those Moto boys are starting to sweat a little after getting the Pure.

    • Godzilla

      No im not actually. I am really happy with my phone.

      • droidrazredge

        Off topic here. It’s the 6P larger ‘full phone size’ than the Nexus 6 and Moto X Pure ?

        • Godzilla

          It’s really close to both in size, yes.

  • Mark

    looks like new nexus’s will only be available online only through google store… according to android police.. will not be available in carrier stores but still possibility will be available online from the likes of amazon and bestbuy

    • Mark

      and no sd card slot in both 5x an 6p…per android polic

      • Me

        DL getting the hype train going full speed.

      • Tyler Durden

        Meh FCC fillings> AP

    • cdm283813

      Maybe a sign that both will be cheap.

    • JSo

      I hope that’s not true. I can’t throw down 500 bucks or so for a phone. I need to go through a carrier and make payments. 🙁

      • StevieV

        Create a savings plan instead of a payment plan. Put $20-$50 aside every week and don’t touch it. When you have enough to buy a phone, buy it. Better than living on credit.

        • JSo

          I know thats always a possibility. I’m someone who would save up that much money and not be willing to let it go for a phone though. lol. With A 10 dollar addition to my monthly bill (would probably be a little more with this phone) I never really felt like I made an expensive purchase.

      • droidrazredge

        I can relate to you and the only reason I was able to get the Nexus 6 was because of Motorola’s Device Payment Plan over X amount of months. I’d recommend the Moto Pure which is not be a Nexus device for stock experience but pretty much the only OEM phone that will be as close as you can get to the Google experience and fast updates.

        • JSo

          I’m hoping it will only be exclusive to the Google store for a limited time. I might have missed it but I didn’t see a source for Android Police’s article about that so I don’t know where they got that info from.

    • Tony G.

      My N6 is my first non-Verizon phone and it’s great because it doesn’t have any VZW crap added to it. Fortunately I was able to pay the full price.

  • Asa Thomas

    Anyone complaining about the placement of the fingerprint scanner for use of these Nexus phones on a desk, just use Smart Lock > Trusted Places.

    • JSo

      It’s definitely not meant as the only way of unlocking your phone.

  • Dyan_Branielson

    Everyone bitching how the Nexus 6 was too big with its 5,96″ display. Well, Nexus 6P has 5,7″, but is basically the same height (N6: 159,3mm, N6P: 159,2mm).

    • Mark

      But it is slimmer than the Nexus 6

    • StevieV

      However, not as wide. 77.8mm vs 82.98 I know when I tried the Nexus 6 I was ok with the height of the phone, I hated how big it felt from the width.

      • Dyan_Branielson

        That’s absolutely correct. However, many people mistake display size for a generally smaller phone size, which might not always be the case.

        • Tony G.

          I can’t help but wonder if the larger battery is the cause for the size.

  • A.Miller

    And SD slot on a Nexus? Really????

    Why wouldn’t the 5X have one, too?

    • StevieV

      Who says that it doesn’t? It might, but I would guess that it won’t.

      • A.Miller

        That’s too bad.

        An SD slot on the Nexus5X puts it at the top of my list.

  • DanSan

    Looks at Nexus 6 in my hand……. looks at Nexus 6P leaks….

    http://www.reactiongifs.com/r/umyb.gif

  • HollowLog

    With the training guide leaking, I have hope that this will be available through retail channels other than carriers. It’d be nice to be able to pick this up at Best Buy on release day rather than watching my Order Status not move.

  • Tyler Durden

    If it does have a microSD slot, that black 32GB is gonna be impossible to get.

    • Tony G.

      I will shoot for the 64 I think…..black too.

    • Suicide_Note

      Fine by me. Go big or go home. 128 GB 6P for me.

      • TypoCorrecto

        All day…

      • Tyler Durden

        If it starts at $499 I’ll probably jump on the 128GB assuming it stays at $50 increase so $599 for the 128GB. Wishful thinking, ha.

        • htowngtr

          I’d imagine $500 will be the lowest value for 32GB.

        • Me

          If its $499 for base and includes SD support, the site will crash repeatedly launch day.

    • MichaelFranz

      trying to hide that camera hump and black bar? I’m almost fine with any color to be honest. gonna slap a Dbrand skin on it anyway once it releases. not matter what the fingerprint sensor will not be able to be covered

      • StevieV

        What hump? Have you seen the profile of the phone? The “hump” is extremely overblown.

  • Hugo

    The design reminds me so much about the HTC Legend

  • rodney11ride

    I’ll take it.

  • ckilps

    I wondering if verizon is going to be selling both these phones, or just allowing them on there network? If they are selling them will they all come out at the same time, or wait until january like with the nexus 6?

    • Suicide_Note

      All signs point to these being sold online only, and not in carrier stores.

      • Me

        Which sucks since Google PS will be sold out by 3:00 p.m. Tomorrow

  • Mac

    Man I just bought a one plus two as well. Looks like the 6P is my next Nexus.

  • jagema

    OH GOD

  • Mark

    also curious…. in past years, do nexus phones typically pass through fcc prior to their event?

    • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

      Not always. Sometimes before sometimes after.

      • Mark

        hmm… just wondering since both have gone through fcc that if its possible they could go on sale tomorrow

        • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

          Kellen seems to think Monday along with the Android M release.

          • Mark

            wonder if it will only be through google store or if retailers like best buy/amazon will have it available at launch and not weeks after

          • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

            That’ll be good to know. Because if I can pick it up at Best buy I definitely won’t be ordering from Google directly.

    • Tyler Durden

      Most phones pass through the FCC way before they’re announced

  • Price is the next big question

    • Cael

      Best case scenario: $499, $549, $599
      Likely case scenario: $549, $599, $649
      Worse case scenario: $599, $649, $699

  • StevieV

    So what time is this event tomorrow? I need to plan my work day accordingly.

    • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

      12EST

  • Mark

    any chance google makes this available immediately for sale tomorrow once the event is over? cannot wait any longer… just hoping the price is the final shock tomorrow… in a good way

    • Suicide_Note

      It may, but I’ve also heard rumors that it will launch October 5th. We’ll find out for sure tomorrow.

  • ChrisI

    One more day. One. More. G*ddamned. Day.

  • rebretz000

    SD card, gotta buy this phone over the LG now.

    • Tony G.

      There’s a good chance I will buy it anyway, but the SD would just be added incentive.

    • Suicide_Note

      There is no SD slot on this phone.

      • droidrazredge

        That’s what I thought but the FCC filings are confusing. Are they referring to something else ?

  • Mark

    With the 159.2×77.8mm dimensions.. which phone that is currently out now does this match closely up to?

    • rebretz000

      Note 5 or last years Nexus 6

      • jonathan3579

        Those two phones are very different sizes.

        • Mark

          yeah i think it is a little taller but slimmer than last year nexus 6… was hoping to find something today out now that i can physically hold to get an idea of the feel

        • rebretz000

          Have you compared specs at all?
          The Nexus 6P is that same height as the Moto 6
          And virtually the same with and the Note 5
          The Moto Pure would probably be the closest all around.

    • Xavier_NYC

      Note 5 is the closest. It measures 153 x 76 x 7.6 and the Nexus 6P measures 159 x 77 x 7.3 (based on the leaked slides)

      • Mark

        thanks… i dont mind it being taller.. just as long as its slimmer…i have bigger hands but the nexus 6 was harder to try to use 1 handed with the width of it

        • Xavier_NYC

          yeah the Nexus 6 was really Shamu lol. But yeah, if you’ve ever head the Note 5 and feel comfortable with it then you should be fine with the Nexus 6P. It’s taller than the Note 5 because of the front facing speakers tho.. They could have done a better job with the bezels but I’m not picky

          • Tony G.

            Agree on the bezels. I’m thinking the slightly larger “than should be” size is due to the larger battery. A decent battery is what I want, so this size will work for me.

          • Xavier_NYC

            Yeah that 3450 mAh battery is gonna be great. Just a weird number lol.. 50 short of 3500 lol..

          • Tony G.

            I thought the same. 3600 or 3800 would be perfect, but this is the best we’ve seen in a long time. I love my N6 but the battery only gives me 4 SOT usually.

          • Xavier_NYC

            I’ve heard that the Nexus 6 SOT is better on Android M with all the emphasis on battery saving and management..

          • Tony G.

            I heard that too. I hope the 6P will be even better with the larger battery, better camera and 64 bit. It’s about time they work on battery savings.

          • Tyler Durden

            Well the only battery improvement is for stand by but they may also do something for while you’re using it also.

          • Tyler Durden

            Look at the Note 3 to Note 4. 3200 -3220 lol

          • Xavier_NYC

            Oh I know, it’s just so weird lol.

        • Pootis Man

          Just checked it ought. Same exact height as the Nexus 6 but 5mm narrower and a lot thinner as well.

          • jonathan3579

            A big phone but sounds more manageable.

          • Pootis Man

            Definitly.

    • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

      Slightly taller than the Nexus 6….but thinner and narrower.

    • Not for me

      IPhone 6s+ compares almost perfectly, N6P is is 1mm taller and .1mm narrower.

  • mickeyB88

    So let me get this straight….they make the base 5X model 16gb, with an upgraded 32gb, but no microSD card slot (unconfirmed). Then now there is a possibility that the more premium phone, with a 128gb storage option, has an expandable slot?

    What. The. Heck. Google.

  • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

    I think the Hype for the 6p is only bringing anxiousness for the lack of equal leaks for the 5X. We’re still waiting on that 2GB verification, for example.

    • Pootis Man

      We only have to wait 1 more day. I agree though. So many leaks pertaining to the Nexus 6P, but very few involving the Nexus 5X.

    • Xavier_NYC

      based on what has been leaked so far, it seems like the 5x will be more of a midrange phone with the specs.

      • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

        I mean put 3GB in there and it lines up with most flagships this year.

    • Tyler Durden

      What’s the 5X? Already forgot about it.

  • Nate

    Now, if only the prices would leak…

  • AndrewScottRox

    External Micro SD? Could that be more like external support via OTG cable?

  • EricMayBell

    At first I had no intentions to upgrade to this from the N6 but if the camera hype is true, along with battery and maybe a 500 price, I think I might jump

    • same boat (current happy N6 owner). but I just want it so badly after seeing the mega-leak this weekend. I thought I would be fine without it until that happened.

      • EricMayBell

        We both have a problem haha

  • AndrewScottRox

    This is great news! We are at a big shift in how devices are sold in the U.S. and I couldn’t be happier. Bring on the competition!

  • Qbancelli

    MicroSD? This is looking better and better.
    The haters are now scrambling for find another negative to bash this phone.

    • nate_CO

      it’s fugly! /s

      there, that about covers it, right? 😉

      btw, I do think the phone looks pretty good, esp the aluminum and black colors!

      • TC Infantino

        I’m not a fan of the black bar across the top back, but the black/dark gray model looks good.

    • Tyler Durden

      The only haters are Pure owners in denial that are outside their return window.

      • DanSan

        or Nexus 5 owners/potential 5X owners…

        They love to bash any nexus phone that isn’t their almighty Nexus 5

        • StevieV

          Granted there was only one Nexus phone since the Nexus 5.

        • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

          Any Nexus 5 owner will tell you, it feels great in hand and runs Android beautifully…. But it’s complete sht otherwise…. Camera, battery, GPS, Speakers.

          • Andrew M.

            I agree. Camera is serviceable at best, battery used to be alright (as alright at 2300 mAh can be) but it degraded quickly for me, GPS was pretty decent, and let’s not talk about the speakers. It was a very serviceable phone with a great feel, nothing spectacular though. I for one am glad the Nexus line diverged into a full-blown flagship with the 6 and 6P.

        • Andrew M.

          So in other words, the Nexus 6? Some people don’t like large phones. I am not one of those people, as I am a Nexus 5 owner about to purchase a 6P.

      • xD

        You seem pretty mad

        • Tyler Durden

          Nah – just laughing at all of it 🙂

          • Bigmatt503

            I forgot how much you love Brad Pitt. So, lol

      • EricMayBell

        Who are these haters? I think people think it’s ugly but other than that I haven’t seen much negative.

      • There is no MicroSD

        • Tyler Durden

          I’ll take FCC over AP any day

    • middlehead

      Size. I don’t need any other reason to dislike it other than being too damn big.

      • raazman

        More for us!

      • A.Miller

        I agree. I went back to my Nexus 5 from a G3 and have just loved it.

    • William

      “The haters and the losers have to admit this phone looks great.”

      -Trump

    • Cael

      Let’s wait until tomorrow before we jump the gun on MicroSD.

    • Me

      SD card support only for 8 GB cards and under :/ so it still sucks.

      • droidrazredge

        Only 8 GB max ????? LOLOLOL so basically you either get 40 GB, 72 GB, or 136 GB.

        • Me

          Yeah I was joking, but I could see Google doing that lol.

        • 640k

          OS takes memory from teh configuration, so if true, it’s more like:
          24+8, 56+8, 120+8.

          anyway, i can’t see SD card support being limited to anything other than what SDHC standards are already in place (which means 32GB max).

    • Suicide_Note

      There’s no Micro SD card slot.

      • Tyler Durden

        Then I wonder what the FCC folks are smoking.

        • Suicide_Note

          The same stuff the rest of us smoke, but without the threat of jail time.

    • TC Infantino

      I am liking the 6p more and more. This is on my short list of possible new phones.

  • TLufsey

    I just need to know if Google will open this phone up to work on Project Fi.

    • jonathan3579

      It will be Fi capable.

    • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

      I mean why not.

    • JSo

      Starts new network…releases phone that doesn’t use it.

      That just wouldn’t make sense.

      • StevieV

        That would fall in line with a decent amount of Google’s history.

        • JSo

          Touché

    • Tyler Durden

      The Nexus 6 was the start. I believe we’ll see more tomorrow, but honestly, I’m hoping they lower prices or offer a better plan.

  • William Hughes

    Given the looks of where the antenna’s are, coupled with the metal body, the bar across the back side makes more sense now.

  • Mark

    i’m very interested to see the price of this mamma jamma.

  • JSo

    I can’t wait to own this phone.

    • Suicide_Note

      Same here. I sold my N6 weeks ago so I could set the money aside to get this.

      • DanSan

        ugh.. you guys are killing me. debating ditching my N6

        • Suicide_Note

          Ditch it!! 🙂

          • DanSan

            I’ll wait to see the pricing on the 6P… it makes me cry inside knowing what I paid for mine and what the resale value is now.

          • Suicide_Note

            The 6P starts at $499 for the 32 GB model.

          • DanSan

            yup. just saw it. decisions decisions…

  • Miguel

    This phone looks like a winner except that ugly camera part.

    • Suicide_Note

      Based on the schematics, it appears there is an antenna assembly in that space. I’m not exciting the design choice, as I think it looks bad.

  • The Doctor

    This is the ugliest phone I have seen since the M9.

    • Mark

      I’m curious to see how many people have this opinion, but have a massive otter box or other ugly case on their devices now… i’d bet the majority do.

      • Suicide_Note

        The black bar thing on the back is what mars the design. The rest of the phone looks really good, in my opinion. However, as with all of my phones, it will be in a case from day one, so looks aren’t all that important to me.

      • The Doctor

        An Otterbox won’t hide that hideous back.

        • Mark

          an otterbox could hide a small child attached to a phone.

          • TC Infantino

            …….

    • StevieV

      So which are the pretty phones you have seen?

      • The Doctor

        S6, Note5, iPhones. None of them have an ugly back bar on the back of the phone.

  • mmark27

    Do you really have to put an advertisement pop up on every. single. photo? I try to not use pop-up blockers to help support sites like this, but seriously guys…..

    • Daniel Richardson

      I agree.. I have started using an adblocker mostly due to the headache of browsing this site without one..

      • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

        It’s really not that serious compared to other sites. Can’t defend your use of adblockers if you’re taking the content daily.

        • Tyler Bowden

          It’s pretty bad compared to the sites I visit. On mobile ads are half the length of the entire page.

        • James

          Are you kidding? Ads that cover up the content are the whole reason to use an adblocker. There has to be a balance between making money and disrupting the user experience so much that people become reluctant to view a site. Everybody here wants to see Droid Life succeed, including me, but these large pop-in ads have are impacting the experience negatively.

        • h4rr4r

          Taking?
          They are free to not transmit the packets. I can decide what I display.

      • editorinchimp

        All the racist, sexist, or scamtastic “sponsored links” warrant the use of adblock here. I wish mobile chrome supported it.

        • pol

          Search for AdGuard

    • can_non

      Droid Life is the very reason I installed an ad blocker.

  • it’s all falling into place. 🙂

  • DS

    MicroSD? Mysterious as the dark side of.. the mooooon!

  • Albert Charles

    yay verizon

  • Chris Hilbert

    No mention of Qi. I know that’s a deal breaker for some.

    • Chris

      Metal Body… Bot happening

    • cdm283813

      I’m more worried about quick charging. Plus with usb-c on deck I won’t have to struggle in pitch dark while plugging the phone in.

      • Tyler Durden

        The Nexus 6 with its upside down microUSB port was a pain

        • Chris Hilbert

          That’s the direction of all Nexus phones and tablets I’ve ever had. What’s infuriating is the sister phohe Moto Xs (past/present) had it the normal way, and Nexus 6 it was upside down. Glad it’s a thing of the past with Type C.

        • Tony G.

          We have an N6 and two Turbos. I always think hard when plugging in the charger, especially after a few beers. Ha.

        • cdm283813

          Upside down or right side up its a pain either way. Give me quick charging usb-c I’m a happy camper.

  • htowngtr

    Micro SIM? Why?

    • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

      Are you talking SD card or SIM card? I don’t see mention of SIM size. I’d assume it’s nano

      • htowngtr

        Right in description it says “USIM” so I would take that as micro SIM.

    • socarwolverine

      A quick google of USIM says that it’s not a reference to size like micro, but updated SIM technology for encryption, address book, etc.

  • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

    Here comes the Micro SD Hype Train.

    • Suicide_Note

      That train has been derailed. There’s no MicroSD slot on either Nexus.