Last years Nexus 6 was the first Nexus handset to have a maximum storage capacity of 64 GB. Before that, the maximum storage space that Google offered in a Nexus device was a measly 32 GB. As apps grow in size, (I remember when I though that 12 MB was a massive app when using my G1) and users like to carry their whole music library around with them – or just install a lot of games on their devices, 32 GB is becoming the new minimum storage requirement.
This year, with the Huawei Nexus 6P, things are rumoured to get even better as the device will be available in 32 GB, 64 GB, and 128 GB storage variants. It looks like Google are upping the storage limit to match other handset manufactures. As with all other Nexus handsets, it looks like that this new Nexus device will come sealed and with no expandable storage.
The Nexus 5X on the other hand is rumoured to only come in 16 GB and 32 GB variants which I hope is not the case. Anyway, we haven’t got long to wait now as Google has sent out invites for a event on 29th September in San Francisco, where the new devices are to be revealed, along with the final release of Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
Source Android Police