Nexus 6 And Nexus 9 See Their Prices Leak! Nexus Not Low Priced Anymore

Ramish Zafar
Posted Oct 15, 2014
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Google’s Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 are the talk of town in the Android world these days. The company is expected to launch the devices without any hustle and bustle today. Both the devices are expected to come with top notch specifications.

5.9 inch Nexus 6, or the Motorola Shamu is expected to come with a 2.67 Ghz Snapdragon 805 on board, a QHD display and 3 GB RAM on board. Leaked benchmarks of the device suggest that the device will not a disappoint when it comes to performance. Nexus 9 or HTC Volantis is expected to have similar offerings, with Nvidia’s Tegra K1 on board.

Motorola-Nexus-6-600x191Nexus 6 And Nexus 9 See Their Prices Leaked – 16 GB Nexus 6 To See Potential Price Of $500

Well, this year’s expected Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 prices have leaked, and it looks like Google is looking to move the brand away from low (decently?) priced. The 16 GB variant of the Nexus 6 is listed as having a price tag of 549 Euros for Media Markt And Saturn (German retailers). Even if things go well, and the retailers have listed the device as being 50 Euros more expensive, as was in Nexus 5’s case, this still means that the 16 GB Nexus 6 can be expected to have a price tag of $ 500 in the US.

 

HTC-Nexus-9-600x309Nexus 9 on the other hand is expected to come with a more modest price tag when compared to the Nexus 6. The 16 GB variant of the tablet has been listed with a price tag of 399 Euros. This means that the phablet can very well be expected to have a price tag of $399.

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Like the Nexus 6 shown above, the Nexus 9 is also expected to come with a 32 GB storage option in addition to the 16 GB variant. This 32 GB variant, as shown above is expected to come with a price of 489 Euros. Not that bad really How does this latest pricing information affect your decision to purchase Google’s upcoming Nexus devices? Let us know in the comments section.

 

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