Here Are Huawei Nexus 6P And LG Nexus 5X Price And Pre-Order Dates


After months of leaks and speculation, Google's finally launched its 2015 Nexus pair today. We get to see two devices this year from the software giant, one from Huawei and the other from LG. Named as the Nexus 6P and the Nexus 5X respectively, they come with top tier specifications for a 2015 device and should do well for users requiring a pure, stock Android experience, with some good quality specifications and features on board.

Huawei Nexus 6P And LG Nexus 5X To Be Available For Pre-Orders Today

Looks like Google's eager to drum up orders for its Nexus pair, since you'll be able to order both the Nexus 6P and the Nexus 5X starting today. So if you're eager to lay your hands on either of the devices, then pre-order away, though their availability time frame might leave you waiting for a little while. Both the devices are expected to be available sometime in October, so we can't say anything for sure right now as to when will the devices start shipping.

When it comes to pricing, Google found itself in a bit of a rut last year with the Nexus 6. The device came with a good design and top-tier specifications, but its price caused an uproar in some quarters, particularly among longtime Nexus users. Looks like this year's devices might be different when it comes to pricing since we have Huawei in the mix, who is known for offering good specifications at an even better price.

Starting from the Huawei Nexus 6P, the device comes with three storage options. These are 32, 64 and 128 GB, with no space left for expandable Micro-SD storage, due to the device's all metal build. The 32GB Nexus 6P will set you back $499, which seems rather reasonable for a top tier device. Among the Nexus 6P and the Nexus 5X, the Nexus 6P is the device which comes with much better specifications, though we're eyeing the Snapdragon 810 with suspicion until some concrete performance figures come out.

The 64GB Nexus 6P will end up costing you $549, while the 128GB version comes with a price tag of $649. Prices are expected to change for other regions, particularly in Europe, so readers over there are expected to consult local services for better guidance.

For the Nexus 5X, the 16GB variant comes with a price tag of $379 while the 32GB variant will end up costing you $429. Out of the two devices, the Nexus 6P is evidently the higher priced device, but we'd expect all these features to have an impact on the price after all. So pre-orders are open folks, start ordering if you're looking for a smartphone upgrade and let us know what you think in the comments section below.