Nexus 6 from Play Store £499 White & Black 32 GB
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Nexus 6 from Play Store £499 White & Black 32 GB

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Found 17th Nov 2014
Nexus 6
Space to explore
Versatile 6-inch Quad HD display is great for movies, videos, gaming, e-books, and surfing the web, with round-the-clock battery life.
COLOUR

MEMORY
32 GB 64 GB
£499.00

Coming soon.
Buy Nexus 6 and enjoy unlimited music on Google Play™ free for 6 months.
Keep listening after the trial ends for £9.99 a month. Purchase your Nexus 6 by 31 December 2014. Redeem your trial offer by 31 January 2015. Additional terms apply: Learn more

Unlimited music for the first 6 months
Buy a Nexus 6 by 31 December 2014 and get a 6-month Google Play Music unlimited trial for free. £9.99/month thereafter. To redeem the offer, go to the Play Music app on your Nexus 6 and set up your trial account by 31 January 2015. Terms apply.
Unlimited music on Google
When music goes Google, all your music goes with you. Store all the songs you own and stream from a library of over 20 million more. Sit back and enjoy customised radio based on the music you love and listen on any device, at home or on the go.
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Design that just works
Comfort in hand
Nexus 6 contoured aluminium body is curved to fit perfectly in your palm.
More room to view
The six-inch screen works for everything from e-books and docs to movies and games. The high-clarity Quad HD display dims and brightens to adjust to indoor and outdoor light.
Pics that look pro
The 13-megapixel camera’s image stabilisation and HDR+ help you take the best possible photos with the least possible effort.
Listen in stereo
Front-facing speakers deliver stereo sound that makes the most of video and gaming.
Battery
A phone with lasting power¹
More time getting things done. Less time looking for a socket.
The all-day battery
Nexus 6 big battery provides up to 24 hours per charge.¹
Meet the Turbo Charger
The Motorola Turbo Charger gives a quick burst of power when your battery needs it the most. When charging newer Motorola phones, like the Nexus 6, all it takes is 15 minutes to get up to 6 additional hours of battery life.²


Best of Google
Android updates, straight from the source.
With Nexus 6, you'll be the first to get the latest Android updates from Google.³ It means you'll have the newest version of Android so you can enjoy the latest features and enhancements.
Made for unlimited entertainment.
Google Play is your one-stop-shop for digital entertainment. With over 1,000,000 apps and games – plus music, movies and more – keep your favourite digital entertainment in your pocket and always at your fingertips.
Made for getting things done.
All your favourite Google apps work together seamlessly across all your devices – desktop and mobile. Gmail, Chrome, Calendar and Keep are available and seamlessly integrated.
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Nexus 6 (32 GB, Cloud White) - screenshot
Nexus 6 (32 GB, Cloud White) - screenshot
Nexus 6 (32 GB, Cloud White) - screenshot
Nexus 6 (32 GB, Cloud White) - screenshot
Nexus 6 (32 GB, Cloud White) - screenshot

Technical specifications
OS
Android™ 5.0 Lollipop
Screen
5.96” 2560 x 1440 QHD AMOLED display (493 ppi)
Rear Camera
13 MP with optical image stabilisation
Dual LED ring flash
f/2.0 aperture
4 K video capture at 30 fps
Front Camera
2 MP
HD Video Conferencing
Size
82.98 mm x 159.26 mm x 10.06 mm
Weight
184 grams
Colour
Midnight Blue
Cloud White
Battery⁴
3220 mAh
Qi wireless charging
Standby time (Ambient Display on): up to 250 hours
Standby time (Ambient Display off): up to 330 hours
Internet use time (Wi-Fi): up to 9.5 hours
Internet use time (LTE): up to 10 hours
Talk time: up to 24 hours
Video playback: up to 10 hours
Audio output
Dual front facing speakers
CPU
Quad core Krait 450 CPU 2.7 GHz (Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 SOC)
GPU
Adreno 420
Network
2G/3G/4G LTE
GSM: 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
CDMA: not supported
WCDMA: Bands: 1/2/4/5/6/8/9/19
LTE: Bands: 1/3/5/7/8/9/19/20/28/41
CA DL: B3-B5, B3-B8
Wireless
Broadcom 802.11ac 2x2 (MIMO)
Bluetooth 4.1
NFC
Memory
32 GB & 64 GB (actual formatted capacity will be less)
Ports
Micro USB
Nano SIM
3.5 mm audio jack
Sensors
Accelerometer
Gyroscope
Magnetometer
Ambient Light Sensor
Barometer

What's in the box
Nexus 6 phone
USB sync/charge cable
Turbo charger
Safety and warranty information
Quick start guide

Requirements
Wi-Fi use requires 802.11 b/g/n/ac access point (router).
Syncing services (such as backup) require a Google account.

Order help
Customer support
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¹Mixed-use battery life claims are approximate and based on an average user profile developed and tested by Motorola that includes both usage and standby. Actual battery performance will vary and depends on signal strength, network configuration, features selected, and voice, data, operating temperature and other application usage patterns.

²Only applies to optimised Motorola devices with Qualcomm® Quick Charge™ 2.0 technology such as the new Nexus 6. Battery must be substantially depleted; charging rate slows as charging progresses. All battery life claims are approximate and based on an average mixed use profile that includes both usage and standby time. Actual battery performance will vary and depends on many factors including signal strength, network configuration, age of battery, operating temperature, features selected, device settings, and voice, data and other application usage patterns.

³Auto-updates, voice commands, search, certain apps and other functionality require Internet. To learn more about Android updates, click here.

⁴Testing was conducted by Google using pre-production Nexus 6 devices and software. Talk time tests used default settings with Wi-Fi off and LTE on. Standby time tests used default settings with LTE on and Wi-Fi on. Wi-Fi Internet tests had Aeroplane mode on with Wi-Fi connected to a test access point, while loading three popular websites cached on a local server. The Nexus 6 loaded a page, waited 40 seconds, and then loaded a page from the next site. LTE Internet tests had Wi-Fi off and LTE on, and used the same testing method as the Wi-Fi Internet tests.

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Accessories
Naked Tough Case for Nexus 6
Naked Tough Case for Nexus 6
Clearly protective.
Stand Folio Case for Nexus 6
Stand Folio Case for Nexus 6
Modern folio case with integrated stand.
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42 Comments

I think google will lose a few customers with the price of their new range.

whilst I feel I want this phone its currently not available to buy nor to pre order. Website has had coming soon for a week or so.

I also dont think your allowed to just copy and paste the info. you should say why its a good deal.

I dont think its a great deal still very expensive and even then its at its full price with no offers. I may wait till it appears in loval shops or is available else where to save the extra delivery cost Google charge
Edited by: "ch7leach" 17th Nov 2014

hehe. here we are. from reasonable priced phones to... super duper God knows what. while absolutely fantastic G2 for about £200 will do for most people...

Shocked at the price :O What is google upto ..... thought they made good quality stuff for a 'decent' none apple rip off price :O

j1mgg

I think google will lose a few customers with the price of their new … I think google will lose a few customers with the price of their new range.



Hopefully no one buys it and I can pick one up cheap in the eventual fire sale.

this phone won't be this price for long. Poor strategy from Google.

its a competitive price. try picking up a brand new Samsung or IPhone much cheaper

Not a deal, cold. I thought a good price point for Nexus phones should be under £300. They are heading towards silly Apple over-pricing now.. I've decided on the excellent HTC M8.

monkeybar

Not a deal, cold. I thought a good price point for Nexus phones should be … Not a deal, cold. I thought a good price point for Nexus phones should be under £300. They are heading towards silly Apple over-pricing now.. I've decided on the excellent HTC M8.



£400 would be ok

with the price of £499 (even if it looks sexc and premium ><) its hard not to look at z3, LG G3, Note 4



Don't see this as much of a deal. For one thing it's RRP, and while that may have been fine for the Nexus 4 or 5, that was just because they were insane value for money compared to the competition, not the case this time around. Could maybe add the 6 months of unlimited music on Google Play to the title, may sweeten the deal for some.
Edited by: "dealhunter1233" 17th Nov 2014

People here keep blaming Google for the price increase, yet you all seem to forget they don't manufacture the phones.
Perhaps the price hike is due to the manufacturers (is it LG or Asus still?) upping the price by a large amount as they are losing sales to Google?

Edited by: "jukkie" 17th Nov 2014

Its a shame that the nexus phone prices seem to be rising expontially since the nexus 4. No longer a bargain

jukkie

People here keep blaming Google for the price increase, yet you all seem … People here keep blaming Google for the price increase, yet you all seem to forget they don't manufacture the phones.Perhaps the price hike is due to the manufacturers (is it LG or Asus still?) upping the price by a large amount as they are losing sales to Google?

Motorola owned by Lenovo bought from Google on the cheap. Google did own them and holds most of the patent assets.

A good price for this phone would be between £350 to 400. I'm not thinking about getting it. Just waiting for a price drop on LG G3 to below £300

Ha O.P thought they would get in early and it backfired...

Thats the first time i've thought, wow, those Apple products look good value!!! What are Google thinking!!

Does anybody think that the LG G3 price will go below £300 before Christmas

gulp! nearly double the price of nexus 5 release

will stick with nexus 5 which cost me £240 from carphone warehouse.

funny thing is that I really thought the n6 would b cheaper than the n5 seeing as google own Motorola

redmouse2

funny thing is that I really thought the n6 would b cheaper than the n5 … funny thing is that I really thought the n6 would b cheaper than the n5 seeing as google own Motorola



Owned.

Lenovo own Motorola.

This is not deal its RRP and also not available!?

Way too expensive.

The Nexus series used to be treated like Amazon's Kindle Fire range. Sold near cost and made the money back via the services offered. Now Google want a decent profit margin on the device AND the money from Google Play.

More power to them, but somewhat against the spirit of the offerings to begin with. When it comes to contract, there is little this offers over the likes of the HTC One M8 and LG G3 (And Moto X 2014 which this is based on) and is likely to be as much or even more as Google didn't seem to allow carrier subsidy with the last generation of phones.

All in all this is disappointing. Went from easily my next phone to just one candidate of many. People who buy their phones outright should try to get in for a OnePlus One really.

Stop It

Way too expensive.The Nexus series used to be treated like Amazon's … Way too expensive.The Nexus series used to be treated like Amazon's Kindle Fire range. Sold near cost and made the money back via the services offered. Now Google want a decent profit margin on the device AND the money from Google Play.More power to them, but somewhat against the spirit of the offerings to begin with. When it comes to contract, there is little this offers over the likes of the HTC One M8 and LG G3 (And Moto X 2014 which this is based on) and is likely to be as much or even more as Google didn't seem to allow carrier subsidy with the last generation of phones.All in all this is disappointing. Went from easily my next phone to just one candidate of many. People who buy their phones outright should try to get in for a OnePlus One really.



A OPO isn't really comparable though.

That's not a hot deal......it's the normal price?

What a joke

The First Nexus was like £200 or something

this is just the standard price, nexus 5 is still 299 on there

Surely this should be expired/moved to misc - it is merely an advert, not a deal - no ability to purchase/back-order.

j1mgg

I think google will lose a few customers with the price of their new … I think google will lose a few customers with the price of their new range.



They lost me, loyal Nexus customer for q few years now, switched to a 2nd gen Moto X and it looks like I'll be getting Android L before my old Nexus 5.

They either dont want to carry on the Nexus phone range or someone missed the boat on the fan base behind the brand. Hopefully theyll learn their lessons over the next 2 years and we'll return to decent cheap phones once again.

Well, I'm glad I didn't wait for this anyway, extremely happy with my £250 Huawei Honor 6.

Note the name of this site. It's not 'mediocreRRPproductsatfullprice.com' is it?

It's not available yet
It's at full rrp
It's NOT a deal!

Expensive but then again other top-end phones like Note 4 cost even more - though that does have uSD slot and pen. Not voted though.

CHILLY! winter is coming!
i don't think that anything is coming down in price, not this side of Christmas anyway.
and i don't buy the deflation thing: everything seems to be a race who pulls out the most expensive handset!
sony's software is well known, apple is locked, moto x, nexus are flashy phones now, what more can you say about samshit! sorry misspelled it, i meant samsung. and lg (either g2 or g3) they are poor quality again! just buy one and live with it 6 months!
ridiculous!
and this site is becoming a bit of "me! me! look at me! i posted a deal! oh well, not quite a deal, but, you know....!"

It's a shame that the Nexus brand no longer sticks up it's proud two finger salute to the usual premium priced options.

I guess most Nexus customers will look to phones like OnePlus and Oppo going forward.

Orcinus_orca

What a jokeThe First Nexus was like £200 or something


I think it was more like £350 for a Nexus One

£100 too much, I'm out - probably G3 for me when it creeps under £300.

chriskrt

hehe. here we are. from reasonable priced phones to... super duper God … hehe. here we are. from reasonable priced phones to... super duper God knows what. while absolutely fantastic G2 for about £200 will do for most people...



Where can u get a G2 for £200. Great phone & would take another for £200

I bought the (brilliant) Nexus 4 on release. I bought the Nexus 5 on release. I will not be buying the 6.

What an incredible own goal this is from Google?? The keen pricing of the flagship and the follow up, were really key to make this a real "handset only" alternative.

To follow the widespread mockery of pricing for the iPhone 6 with this is absolute madness.

Orcinus_orca

What a jokeThe First Nexus was like £200 or something


Yeah.... no.

I bought Nexus 4 on its release day ...
I bought nexus 5 ...
Will I buy Nexus 6 .. NO WAY !
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