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Edição por Jeff Suovanen

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-[* black] Before we get started, we line up both the new Nexii for inspection:
- [* black] Stacked up next to its fraternal twin, the 6P shines through with its Wide Quad HD AMOLED display.
-[* black] Side-by-side, the 5X and 6P have a surprisingly similar footprint.
- [* icon_note] Despite this similarity, the 6" model packs considerably more ''phone'' into its aluminum unibody package, weighing in at 178 g versus the 5X's 136 g. For comparison purposes the iPhone 6s Plus tips the scales to a whopping 192 g.
-[* icon_note] For those of you who were wondering, yes, it does double as an external battery pack. So, the next time your 5X is running low on juice, just grab your 6P and a ~~umbilical~~ USB-C cord and you'll be good to go!
- [* black] Double the power ''and'' double the reversibility—we're starting to get excited about this USB-C thing.
+[* black] Compared with its fraternal twin, the Nexus 5X (top), the 6P shines through with its Wide Quad HD AMOLED display.
+[* black] Just for fun, we also line up the 6P next to [guide|32877|ye olde Nexus 6|new_window=true]. With its nearly identical footprint, you get triple bonus points if you can tell which is which!
+ [* icon_note] The 6P is slimmer, at 7.3 mm, versus 10.06 mm on the Nexus 6. It also shaves off 6 grams, coming in at 178 g. (For comparison, the iPhone 6s Plus tips the scales at 192 g.)
+[* icon_note] For those who were wondering, yes, it doubles as an external battery pack. So when your 5X runs low on juice, just grab your 6P and a ~~umbilical~~ USB-C cable and you'll be good to go!
+ [* black] Double the power ''and'' double the reversibility—we're starting to like this USB-C thing.
+ [* black] No word yet on what happens if you umbilical two 6Ps that are both at 50% power. We assume they'll both charge to 100%. Perpetual power, ''solved''.