Google is about to officially unveil two new Nexus phones today: the Nexus 5X and 6P.
The Nexus program seemed to have gone through hell and high water last year when rumors pointed out that Google was considering killing the initiative altogether, only to emerge stronger than ever in 2015. This year, we have two Nexus phones - the 5X in the more pocket and single-hand friendly 5.2" form factor, and the 6P in the more media friendly phablet 5.7" size.
There won't be much of a surprise at today's event: leaks have already painted a very comprehensive picture of what will be shown on stage, but it'd be interesting to see how Google sees Nexus phones and whether it will talk more about their place in the Android ecosystem.
The three signature features of the new Nexus phones are dual front facing speakers, a fingerprint scanner on the back, and a USB Type C port, while the three big drawbacks are the surprising lack of wireless charging, optical image stabilization (OIS) for the cameras, and the lack of expandable storage.
For all the rest and the tiny details, tune in to the Google livestream, starting at 9 am PT.
To watch it simply bookmark this page and come back around half an hour before the event kicks off, this is when the livestream will go live and you'd be able to watch it here.