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Where to buy the Nexus 6P

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.

Google Store

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!

Order the Nexus 6P from the Google Store (opens in new tab)

Huawei

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."

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Best Buy

It took a while, but the Nexus 6P is finally available on Best Buy's website. Only the 64GB model for now, which is a fine middle-of-the-road decision if you ask us.

Order the Nexus 6P from Best Buy (opens in new tab)

Carphone Warehouse

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.

Order the Nexus 6P from Carphone Warehouse (Starting October 2) (opens in new tab)

EE

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.

Register your interest in the Nexus 6P from EE (opens in new tab)

Russell is a Contributing Editor at Android Central. He's a former server admin who has been using Android since the HTC G1, and quite literally wrote the book on Android tablets. You can usually find him chasing the next tech trend, much to the pain of his wallet. Find him on Facebook and Twitter

28 Comments
  • So pretty clear that we'll not be able to purchase it through say Amazon or Best Buy in the US? Too bad. I would never buy technology without some hands on experience, even for a die hard Nexus fan like me. Looks like its Moto X Pure for now.
  • Just FYI, you can't have hands-on experience with the Moto X Pure, either. All are online only...
  • Thought I saw some units at Best Buy? Maybe not. I was going to check it out. If that's the case guess I'm just sticking to my G3 until something else comes out.
  • Best Buy has demo units of the Moto X Pure, I checked it out yesterday.
  • Played with one at my local Best Buy yesterday.
  • tl;dr: Nowhere yet.
  • Never mind, I incorrectly assumed the "Coming Soon" page would refresh.
  • Ordered mine 64 gig sliver. Posted via the Android Central App
  • I want to know just one thing: will carriers sell these things? I mean, I really would rather get this through JUMP on T-Mo. If I can't do that, I likely won't buy it. I mean, I'm on the fence anyway because I use the crap out of wireless charging.
  • Nope not sold via useless carriers so you can't do jump. next or whatever each carrier calls !!!
  • Way over priced Posted via the Android Central App
  • Over priced? It seems you don't the current market for flagship phones. Note 5, Iphone 6 Plus etc... 499 for the Nexus 6P is a fair price for a great phone.
  • No micro SD well what abut USB otg? Posted via the Android Central App
  • 64gb Silver. Gonna be my first phablet. It was this or ordering the 5X and a Kindle Paperwhite for reading. Figured I have too many devices as it is. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Why won't Google sell these devices In stores. They could be selling as many nexus phones as iPhones if they would allow retail sales instead of going through them exclusively. Posted via the Android Central App
  • I think Google is dropping the ball here by ignoring the fact that a lot people like to demo any piece of technology as consideration for a purchase. How the hell are consumers like myself and others going to make this decision without having an opportunity to demo the unit ourselves? I think not selling it via the carriers as an option is a huge misstep on their part. Apple has no problem with this because they see how much faster distribution can occur when you have more outlets to sell the product and they understand that people want to demo it to see what all the rave is all about. On paper, the Nexus 6P looks like an awesome phone but unless I can test it out, its going to be hard for me to make that decision unless I can play with a friend's Nexus to evaluate what all the buzz is about.
  • Why did they call it Nexus 5X and 6P? AC app via Nexus 6
  • Because they already have Nexus 5 and Nexus 6..... Posted via the Android Central App
  • 5x = Extra Experience. 6P = Premium Experience
  • So US carriers won't sell these in Stores? Posted via the Android Central App
  • That's a bummer. I'm still on a plan that includes discounted upgrades, with no discount for byod. I want this phone, but paying full retail price simply doesn't make financial sense for me. Posted via the Android Central App
  • The plan that you are on will be gone very soon. All carriers are going towards full price phones with monthly payment plans.
  • It's a Sprint SERO plan... I actually wish they would drop the price, and go with non-discounted phones. Even a $15 price drop would make the Nexus much easier to swallow. Posted via the Android Central App
  • I am on the same boat as you. I have the Sprint SERO plan and I was really hoping that I could buy the Nexus 6P phone via 2 year contract because it would help save me some money. Now I have to decide if I really want the phone that badly to pay OOP or go with another phone that will be subsidized.
  • I went to my local T-Mobile store and was assured by multiple people working there that they will have both phones in store around the end of October. Hopefully they knew what they were talking about it'd be nice to get them using the Jump program.
  • You can also order from Project Fi's website, assuming you're ordering a SIM.
  • How nice was it to be able to pre-order phones today, have an ETA and the orders actually go through as opposed to past ordering debacles? Posted from Nexus 5 (2013) running Android 6.0 dev preview 3 via the awesome Android Central app
  • Gonna get the 6P once reviews come out. Plus I don't have the money yet...