Though the Nexus 5X typically retails for a higher $349 (or $299 frequently via coupons), the way the phone makes this list is its amazingly low price of $199 when purchased through Project Fi.

At that price, you can look past the sometimes-inconsistent performance and lackluster hardware of the Nexus 5X, and instead focus on getting a great software experience, strong camera, one-touch fingerprint sensor, solid screen and continued support directly from Google. And even if you decide Project Fi isn't for you, you can simply cancel the service without penalty and keep using your Nexus 5X on another carrier.[url=!1473356086!1464927915908&t=f&p=139782&d=&url=!107211135!1475710266682&t=f&p=114145&d=&url=;jsessionid=1AC47FC6969D874403C3031B77FFA03A&t=f&p=554017&d=&url=;url=!&url=;$sessionid$N54OUATEBLQGPQFISY0RVQWAVCLC0IV0?mktportal=tradedoubler-PT&url=;jsessionid=A4563B2CE8F1D6C4F380B9B490A6314A-n1?siteId=42616&listingId=43259&url=;url=;url=;url=*/greybox/click.php?id=226&url=]ugg[/url][url=

Bottom line: Even though it's a year old, this is still Google's phone and it's slated for future updates. It offers a lot for just $200.

One more thing: New Google phones are on the way, and will be arriving in about a month. They won't likely have sub-$200 price points, but if you're worried about being left behind, it's best to wait.
Why the Nexus 5X from Project Fi is best
Even a year on, this is Google's own phone.
When the Nexus 5X first came out, it was playing second fiddle to the bigger Nexus 6P. After a few

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