Some light adhesive secures the battery, but it's nothing that a little spudgering can't handle.
The 5X packs a 3.8 V, 2700 mAh battery—a 400 mAh increase over the Nexus 5.
Again, the pack warns us to avoid feeding the battery to a dog and to resist any urges to cut into it with a screwdriver.
Although the 5X doesn't officially support Quick Charge 2.0, Google claims that USB-C will provide "four hours of use after only ten minutes of charging."
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