While Google will be offering pre-orders for the new Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P from September 29, there'll be a little delay on that at least from one UK carrier, EE. But, it has confirmed it will be offering both new phones to its customers and they'll be able to pre-order them from October 9.
While today's Google event was somewhat lacking in surprises, the event had no shortage of things for your to hurl money at. Chief among those items is the new Nexus 6P, which includes a Snapdragon 810 processor and an impressive sounding camera. Perhaps most important, the phone is coming in 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB models for every kind of user to enjoy.
If you're looking to throw money at Google for one of these phones right this second, here's where you do so.
Presently the list of places to get a Nexus 6P isn't particularly long, because it's only available for pre-order. If you're ready to pre-order, head to the Google Store now and grab up the model and color that suits you. If you're looking for some hands on time, or to perhaps purchase the phone through your carrier, Google says you'll be able to do so "soon" but only outside the US. We'll be updating this page as those locations and options become available.
In the meantime, head over to our Nexus 6P forums to talk about which model you're picking up today!
Huawei will be selling the Nexus 6P directly, though they are not offering all of the configurations. Most notably lacking is the 128GB model, as it is not available from Huawei directly in any color. The company will be selling both the aluminum and graphite color in 32GB and 64GB variants though. Shipping times on the site are currently showing as "Late October."
In the UK, smartphone retailer Carphone Warehouse has announced that it will offer the Nexus 6P "upon launch." Interested customers, however, can go ahead and start pre-ordering the handset starting on October 2. Mum's the word on most pricing options for the moment, but Carphone Warehouse says you can expect things to start out at £26.99 per month. However, we'd expect outright purchases to line up with Google's stated pricing.
Also in the UK, carrier EE has announced that it will also stock the Nexus 6P. Pre-orders from EE will begin on October 9, and pricing will run $29.99 per month on EE's 24-month plan. While you can't pre-order just yet, EE says that you can register for updates on ordering from the link below.
Google has just announced the Nexus 5X , a 5.2-inch smartphone that will come with Android 6.0 Marshmallow out of the box. At the moment, the only place you can purchase the Nexus 5X is directly through the company via the Google Store.
The brand new Huawei Nexus 6P is up for pre-order from September 29 and while Google talked about U.S. pricing on stage, that doesn't help us out in other regions.
Fortunately, Huawei has sent out a quick breakdown on a bunch of other global markets and how much the three versions of the new phone will cost.
Hong Kong (HKD)
South Korea (KRW)
The Nexus 6P looks like offering decent value for money, especially considering the relative cost of the range topping 128GB model compared to other flagship devices on the market today. You'll be able to pre-order when it goes live at the link below.
Chinese manufacturer Huawei today joins the Nexus fold with its first Google-branded smartphone, the Nexus 6P. It's a bit smaller than last year's Motorola-built Nexus 6, with a 5.7-inch display, but the 6P looks to wow buyers with an impressive aluminum shell and bleeding-edge specs. For the full Nexus 6P hardware breakdown, check out the spec sheet down below!
The third LG-made Nexus smartphone, the Nexus 5X, is officially official following Google's event in San Francisco today. The smaller of the two new Nexus phones, the 5X packs high-end internals into a plastic body with a 5.2-inch 1080p display. For a by-the-numbers rundown of what's lurking inside the Nexus 5X, check out the official specs down below.
If you're interested in a new Nexus 5X or Nexus 6P from Google but you're leaning towards wanting Project Fi as well, you're in luck. At its big launch event today in San Francisco, Google announced that both new phones will be available on the service.
There's no changes coming with them to how the Project Fi service works, on that front, it's business as usual. For more on that check out the links below, and for more from the event be sure to tune in to our liveblog
Google has announced that beginning today you will be able to pre-order both the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P from the Google Store. Initially, the new Nexus smartphones will only be available in the US, UK, Ireland and Japan. To make the offer even sweeter, Google is adding a $50 Google Play credit for anyone in the US who pre-orders one of these new smartphones, and it also comes with a free 90-day subscription to Google Play Music.
Google has put a lot of focus on the camera of the Nexus 6P and the improvements that were made to bring the best camera possible to the new Nexus smartphone. Featuring a 12.3MP Sony sensor on the rear with 1.55 micron pixels, the Nexus 6P also sports an 8MP front facing camera with HDR+ built in (the Nexus 5X is 5MP).
With the launch of the new Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X, Google is including a new "Sensor Hub" to enable the phones to be even more aware of their surroundings. The Sensor Hub is an all-encompassing system that lets the phone know when it's being moved, the finely recognize gestures when it's in your hand, and even more simple things like just when it's been picked up.
It's official — this year's Nexus lineup includes two phones from LG and Huawei.
The Android 6.0 Marshmallow era begins today with the announcement of two new Nexus phones — the 5.2-inch Nexus 5X from LG, and the 5.7-inch Nexus 6P from Huawei.
The Nexus 5X is being pegged as an update to the Nexus 5 from a couple of years ago and boasts some interesting hardware. It's a relative lightweight at 126 grams, has a laser autofocus for the camera, 64-bit CPU and USB Type-C. Round back there's the Nexus Imprint fingerprint sensor and it'll be available in three colors: Carbon Black, Quartz White and Ice Blue. Inside, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 v2.1
The Huawei made Nexus 6P is constructed from aeronautical grade aluminum and is just 7.1mm thick. It's got a 5.7-inch WHQD display around the front with a 74 percent screen-to-body ratio. It's actually got a bigger display and smaller body size than Apple's iPhone 6s Plus. It, too, has USB-C and the Nexus Imprint fingerprint sensor around the back. Oh, and it'll be available in a 128GB storage option.
Camera wise the Nexus 6P has a 12.3MP rear shooter with a Sony sensor that's optimized for indoor photography. Round the front is an 6MP camera with HDR+ for those awesome selfies. You'll be able to take 240fps slow motion video, and the pixels on the sensor its said are 4x the size of those on last year's Nexus 6.
It's also going to be available in a range of colors: Frost White, Aluminum and Graphite Black, and of course both it and the Nexus 5X Will come with Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
Here's a quick breakdown on pricing for both phones:
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