Nexus 6 back in stock at Motorola: White and Blue, 32GB or 64GB options
The Google Nexus 6 smartphone is finally back in stock at Motorola, currently available in white and blue, 32GB or 64GB, for a $649.99 starting price.
Google launched its Nexus 6 made in collaboration with Motorola a couple of months ago, but the smartphone has been very elusive so far. The Nexus 6 stirred lots of interest since its debut and demand for the handset proved to be so high that the device ran out of stock several times so far.
Just like its predecessors, the Nexus 6 had a tough time staying in stock long enough for all interested customers to get it, and supply shortages affected all channels.
The companies seem to have resolved some of those stock issues, as the Nexus 6 is now available in Cloud White or Midnight Blue, as well as 32GB or 64GB configurations, directly from Motorola. The 32GB Nexus 6, be it in Cloud White or Midnight Blue, costs $649.99, while the higher-capacity 64GB version in the same color options goes up to $699.99.
When it comes to shipping, meanwhile, Motorola estimates that it will start sending out the handsets on Jan. 6, which means it may take roughly one week and a half to receive the device.
As a reminder, the Nexus 6 arrived as the very first phablet in Google's much-touted Nexus lineup, and boasts high-end specs and features all around - hence the higher price tag compared to other iterations. The smartphone sports a large 5.96-inch display with a QHD resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels and packs a powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 quad-core processor under the hood, paired with 3GB of RAM for a fast and fluid performance.
Other specs of the Motorola-made Nexus 6 include 32GB or 64GB of internal storage capacity, a 13-megapixel rear camera, a 2-megapixel front shooter, and a 3,220 mAh battery to keep things up and running. On the software side, the handset served as one of the launch vehicles for Android 5.0 Lollipop, rocking the latest version of the OS straight out of the box.
For more information or to order your Nexus 6 now, head over to Motorola's website at this link. Judging by the high demand so far, however, interested customers might want to get it while it's still in stock, as it may not last for long.
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