At its “October 4 hardware event” in San Francisco today, Google announced the Pixel and Pixel XL, succeeding the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P respectively. The company calls the Pixels its first phones “designed inside and out by Google,” but for our intents and purposes, let’s just agree they’re rebranded Nexus phones.

Preorders begin today, and the devices will begin shipping on October 20. Before you get your credit card out, and assuming you’re not into Apple’s iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, you might want to see what exactly you’re getting with the latest Android offerings. The tables below show you what Google changed, comparing the Nexus 5X to the Pixel and the Nexus 6P to the Pixel XL.

Nexus 5X Pixel
Price $379, $429 $649, $749
Storage 16GB, 32GB 32GB, 128GB
Display 5.2-inch, 1920×1080, 423 ppi 5.0-inch, 1920×1080, 441 ppi
CPU Snapdragon 808, 1.8GHz Snapdragon 821, 2.15GHz
RAM 2GB 4GB
Fingerprint sensor Nexus Imprint Pixel Imprint
Rear camera 12.3MP, 1.55 μm; f/2.0 12.3MP, 1.55 μm; f/2.0
Video recording 4K at 30fps 4K at 30fps
Front camera 5MP 8MP
Connectivity Bluetooth 4.2, NFC Bluetooth 4.2, NFC
Battery 2700 mAh 2770 mAh
Height 5.79 inches (147.0 mm) 5.6 inches (143.8 mm)
Width 2.86 inches (72.6 mm) 2.7 inches (69.5 mm)
Depth 0.31 inch (7.9 mm) 0.3 inch (8.5 mm)
Weight 4.80 ounces (135 grams) 5.04 ounces (143 grams)
SIM card Nano-SIM Nano-SIM
Project Fi Yes Yes
Connector USB Type-C USB Type-C
Colors Black, White, Blue Black, Silver, Blue

 

And now for the phablet — is that still a term worth using? — comparison:

Nexus 6P Pixel XL
Price $499, $549, $649 $769, $869
Storage 32GB, 64GB, 128GB 32GB, 128GB
Display 5.7-inch, 2560×1440, 518 ppi 5.5-inch, 2560×1440, 534 ppi
CPU Snapdragon 810, 2.0GHz Snapdragon 821, 2.15GHz
RAM 3GB 4GB
Fingerprint sensor Nexus Imprint Pixel Imprint
Rear camera 12.3MP, 1.55 μm; f/2.0 12.3MP, 1.55 μm; f/2.0
Video recording 4K at 30fps 4K at 30fps
Front camera 8MP 8MP
Connectivity Bluetooth 4.2, NFC Bluetooth 4.2, NFC
Battery 3450 mAh 3450 mAh
Height 6.27 inches (159.3 mm) 6.0 inches (154.7 mm)
Width 3.06 inches (77.8 mm) 2.9 inches (75.7 mm)
Depth 0.29 inch (7.3 mm) 0.34 inch (8.5 mm)
Weight 6.28 ounces (178 grams) 5.93 ounces (168 grams)
SIM card Nano-SIM Nano-SIM
Project Fi Yes Yes
Connector USB Type-C USB Type-C
Colors Black, White, Silver Black, Silver, Blue

 

In short, both phones are smaller and thus lighter than their predecessors, but also much more expensive. If you’re coming from the Nexus 5X, you’re actually getting the bigger upgrade but paying significantly more. If you’re upgrading from the Nexus 6P, you’re getting a little bit more and paying so accordingly.