Indian retailer Flipkart has started taking pre-orders for the Nexus 6, with orders set to ship from the second week of December. The pricing of the device is similar to what is being listed on the Indian Play Store, with the 32GB version priced at Rs. 43,999 ($715) and the 64GB variant at Rs. 49,999 ($793). The Cloud White and Midnight Blue color variants are on offer with the retailer.
Flipkart is bundling a series of launch day offers with the Nexus 6 that include a free three-month subscription to Flipkart First, which allows users to claim free in-a-day deliveries and other benefits. The retailer is also giving away free e-books worth Rs. 2,100 ($35), and a discount of upto Rs. 10,000 ($160) when exchanging your older smartphone. Price too high for you to pay in one go? There are easy financing schemes available as well. For all the details, head to the link at the bottom.
As always, be sure to see our video review of the Nexus 6 if you're interested in purchasing the handset:
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