The plastic rear cover, fingerprint sensor and camera. The Nexus 5X also comes in mint green and black.
Here's what gripping the Nexus 5X with the other hand looks like.
The Google Nexus 5X, running Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
The only thing that lives on the left edge of the phone is the SIM card slot. It can take a nano-SIM from most any cellular carrier.
On the right, you'll find the volume rocker and power button. They feel shallow and cheap when you press them.
The fingerprint sensor can turn the phone on and log you in, all with a single touch.
It makes for a very natural grip, with your index finger in the fingerprint sensor divot also helping to balance the phone.
The 12.3-megapixel Sony IMX377 camera is backed by a dual-LED flash and infrared laser autofocus module.
It's light enough to pick up in landscape with just a pair of fingers.
The single front-facing speaker delivers terrible audio, and looks kind of ugly too.
On the bottom is one of the phone's three microphones, and the USB-C port for power and data. It does fast charging, but not the Type C fast file transfers.
Here's microphone number two.
The white back definitely resists fingerprints, but it feels a bit cheap.
If you ask us, the original Nexus 5 (on top) looked and felt a lot better. Definitely less powerful, though.
One last shot of the front of the Nexus 5X.
Here's our sample studio shot taken with the Nexus 5X camera.