Nexus 6P price and deals: Where to buy

It’s been a whole year, but Google’s new smartphone – the Nexus 6P – has finally arrived.

Built by Huawei, the Nexus 6P is a bona fide phablet flagship, launching alongside the smaller LG-built Nexus 5X.

Unsurprisingly, the Nexus 6P has an impressive roster of specs, which includes a 5.7-inch QHD AMOLED display, a Snapdragon 810 processor, a 3,450mAh battery, and three storage options – 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB.

It’s also got a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor, dual front-firing speakers, a 12.3-megapixel camera, and a USB-C port and charger.

And, of course, it runs on Google’s brand spanking new Android 6.0 Marshmallow mobile operating system.

The Nexus 6P release date is INSERT, and the device will ship in a range of colours.

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Nexus 6P SIM-free price

Just like past Nexus handsets, Google will be selling the Nexus 6P directly through its website.

There are three different Nexus 6P storage variants available, so which one you choose depends on (1) what you want from a phone, (2) your budget.

To own the 32GB Nexus 6P – the entry-level model – you’ll have to pay Google $499.

A step up to a Nexus 6P 64GB model will see you paying $549.

And the most expensive version, the 128GB Nexus 6P, prices in at a hefty $649.

Nexus 6P colour options

Many manufacturers are offering more ways to let customers customize their smartphone experience.

Google is no exception, which is why it’s made the Nexus 6P available in four different paintjobs.

These are:

  • Aluminium
  • Graphite
  • Frost
  • Gold (Japan exclusive)

It’s worth noting that the gold colour option is a Japan exclusive right now. Sorry, folks.

Currently we only have Google’s pricing for the handsets, we’ll be updating this article with offers from retailers and networks as they appear.

Related: Nexus 5X vs Nexus 5

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