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Should you upgrade to the Google Pixel from the Nexus 5X?

There's a ton of hype surrounding Google's new Pixel, but should you upgrade from last year's Nexus 5X? If you picked up the Nexus 5X last year, you were likely swayed by one reason or another — appreciation for a smaller size screen versus the Nexus 6P, or simply nostalgia for its Nexus 5 predecessor. You might also enjoy the soft-touch plastic backing which helps you maintain your grip.
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