The #Nexus5X and the #Nexus6P have managed to make quite a bit of noise in the mobile industry and with good reason. Both devices were released as the successors to the 2013 and 2014 Nexus flagships respectively, and as such boasted of significant improvements to make them an attractive proposition for the buyers.
A new survey has now found that in the midst of the release of these handsets, trade-ins of the past three Nexus smartphones (Nexus 4, Nexus 5 and the Nexus 6) surged significantly. The spike is evident right after the end of September, which is when the two new Nexus handsets were shown off by Google.
More notably, the Nexus 5 is shown to have touched a trade-in surge of 35% compared to an average day, suggesting that a lot of customers are looking to switch to the new Nexus 5X. However, although we have the data for the trade-ins, there are no accurate figures to ascertain whether all these customers went on to get either of the tow new Nexus devices, so we’ll hold off on the judgment until we know that for sure.
Via: Android Headlines