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.
In the US, pre-orders for the Nexus 5X have already begun in the Google Store, with the 16GB version priced at $379 and the 32GB model selling for $429. The company is also offering people who pre-order the phone by October 25 a promotional code good for $50 credit to purchase apps, videos and more on the Google Play Store.
In the UK, smartphone retailer Carphone Warehouse has announced that it will offer the Nexus 5X "upon launch." Interested customers, however, can go ahead and start pre-ordering the handset starting on September 30. Mum's the word on pricing for the moment, but Carphone Warehouse says you can expect it 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 5X. Pre-orders from EE will begin on October 9, and pricing will run $19.99 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 also confirmed the smartphone will be available later from other carriers and retailers, but as of this writing no specific outlets have been announced.
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