For our money, the rollout of the Google Nexus 6 has been nothing short of farcical, with US stock being replenished each Wednesday (seriously) and the phone initially being “unavailable” in the UK.
Mercifully, that means we’re now able to confirm the Google Nexus 6’s UK price, too. The 32GB comes in at £499, with the 64GB demanding £549 – that’s on Google Play and SIM free from Carphone Warehouse.
Interestingly, the first 500 people to order through Vodafone will bag a free Moto 360 smartwatch worth around £200. On Big Red, the Google Nexus 6 is free on plans from £44.50 per month.
It’s worth noting that Carphone Warehouse is offering the phone on O2 and EE – that's in addition to Vodafone, though there’s no sign of the Nexus 6 on their own sites just yet. Meanwhile, Three doesn’t seem at all interested.
As for the Google Nexus 6’s UK release date, Vodafone is saying December 5, while Carphone Warehouse is a little more optimistic with its ETA of December 1. We imagine Google Play might be a little earlier, though we’re clearly talking a matter of days since it’s already November 19.
And that’s the Google Nexus 6, coming soon to a thingy near you. Fancy it?