Google ended its association with the Nexus brand name when it rolled out the Pixel and Pixel XL phones over a month ago, but this hasn’t killed off the much-loved Google Nexus 6P just yet.
The Huawei-made Google Nexus 6P was one of the best-selling phones in 2015/2016 thanks to the fact that the Chinese OEM managed to cram high-end specs in a phone that was eventually priced as a mid-range handset. If anything, this is one thing that made the Nexus 6P such a popular handset and if you still feel that the Google Pixel and Pixel XL are still costly, there is some good news for you here with respect to the Nexus 6P.
Amazon has a discount of up to $69 for the high-end Google Nexus 6P. This model comes with a huge 128GB onboard storage and usually, it is priced at $649, but the giant retailer now has it for just $579.99. If this is too much for you, the midrange version, which comes with 64GB of onboard storage is now priced at $499.99 instead of the usual $549.99. This means you save up to $50 for getting this version. It gets even more interesting for those who are running on a budget as you can still save more on the lower end 32GB variant where Amazon has valued it at $449.99, earning you savings of up to $49.
For a phone that comes with a 5.7-inch QHD AMOLED screen and is powered by a 2015 flagship processor from Qualcomm – the Snapdragon 810 – which is paired with a decent RAM of 3GB, you will be getting some of the best deals available on the market right now. It gets even more interesting knowing that this is a Google device that promises timely software updates whenever available. In fact, the device already has access to the latest Android 7.1.1 Nougat OTA – an update that only Google devices can currently access.
Keep in mind that these deals are not here to last forever, so make sure you take advantage of them before things get back to normal. It is just a way for Amazon to show some love to customers during this short holiday season.