If you are in the U.S, UK, Ireland, Canada or Japan you will be able to pre-order the Huawei Nexus 6P tomorrow (29th September) for $499.99, so are you going to?
Sometime tomorrow, Google are expected to release the official specifications and prices of the new Nexus devices. This time around there are going to be 2 Nexus phones, but it is the larger Huawei Nexus that we are most interested in (being a Chinese phone and all).
While Google haven’t officially announced either Nexus (at the time of writing) there have been enough leaks for us to be fairly certain of the specifications. I’m sure you haven’t missed the leaks but if you had, Nexus 6P parameters include a 5.7-inch WQHD display, Snapdragon 810 chipset, 3450mAh battery, dual front facing speakers and Android 6.0.
So how much exactly will the Huawei Nexus 6P cost? Android Police seem fairly certain that a 32GB Nexus 6P is going to set you back $499.99 and will be up for pre-sale soon after the official launch. Nexus fans win the U.S, UK, Ireland, Canada and Japan will be the first to have the chance to order the Marshmallow equipped phone.
Pricing for the larger memory 64GB and 128GB models hasn’t been made known yet, but they aren’t going to be cheap!
With those specs and that price in mind are you likely to be ordering the latest Google phone?