Pre-order Price Of Nexus 6P Revealed – Much Cheaper Than Nexus 6


After we were able to cover the official names of Nexus 6P and its smaller screen sized counterpart Nexus 5X, here is the official pre-order price and additional details that you needed to know concerning the phablet sized smartphone.

Nexus 6P Will Have A Pre-Order Price Of $499.99 – List Of Countries Has Also Been Included

Nexus 6P is going to have pre-order price of $499.99, which is much less than the starting price of Nexus 6, which is now being sold for $349 for the base storage model on Amazon. Looks like Google finally learned its lesson and in doing so, is finally making amends after collaborating with Huawei. Keep in mind that the pre-order price is for the 32GB model, so you can expect the price of 64 and 128GB storage models will be significantly higher.

Coming to the hardware specifications of Nexus 6P, the smartphone is going to sport a gargantuan 5.7 inch display that is going to render a 1440p display. While this will cause concern to those who require a Nexus smartphone that can deliver high amounts of battery life, they will be pleased to know that the device comes with a large 3,450mAh battery. Some of you may know this, but it is expected that a V2.1 Snapdragon 810 is going to be running inside the smartphone, so we are hoping that the overheating issues are not going to be encountered by future users.

However, the RAM value between Nexus 6P and Nexus 6 has remained the same, and we are sorely disappointed about this because we actually wanted to see the upcoming smartphone feature more LPDDR4 RAM. The announcement date for both Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X is going to be September 29, and they will most likely be running Android Marshmallow when users power them on for the very first time. As for which regions are offering the 5.7 inch smartphone, the list has been given below:

  • United States
  • United Kingdom
  • Ireland
  • Canada
  • Japan

If there is something positive to be said about Nexus 6P, it is the fact that its starting price is far more affordable that what Nexus 6 was stamped with when it was first announced. Once again, we might not get to see a MicroSD card slot, which is one reason why Google and Huawei have opted to release a 128GB on-board storage model in the first place.

Do you guys think the Nexus 6P will end up being a commercial success or will it end up like a colossal failure like its predecessor? Let us know your thoughts.