Google’s Nexus 6 may be on the verge of being superseded, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t still a very good smartphone. The problem has historically been its rather large asking price, but with new hardware on the way, Amazon appears to be trying to sell through some of its inventory.

If you’ve been put off buying a Nexus 6 because of that price, then you’ll be overjoyed to learn that Amazon currently has them available for a heavy discount. If the 32GB model tickles your fancy, then you can now save 46%, with $349.99 getting you a shiny new Nexus 6 with the lower of the two storage options. If you’d rather splash for the 64GB flavor, then a 43% saving over the original price can be had, with $399.99 all that is required in order to get that shipment on its way.


Even with new Nexus devices likely to be around the corner, the current Nexus 6 is still a very capable smartphone indeed, and while the latest and greatest handsets are always going to appeal to some, the potential savings that can be had when opting for a Nexus 6 should make it one to at least consider if you’re on the lookout for a new phone. The phone is Google-branded, and that alone makes it a first-choice device for anyone wanting to stay abreast with the latest in Android updates, especially with Android Marshmallow on its way. Its 6″ AMOLED display and 13 MP rear camera are the icing on the cake.


With rumors currently swirling that there will be not just one, but two new Nexus phones arriving later this month, it’s possible that the Nexus 6 will receive even deeper price cuts in a few weeks, but if you’re in the market for a new phone now and the Nexus 6 ticks all of the boxes, those new prices make it all the more compelling of an option, especially if the price is what has been putting you off until now.


Just hurry, before the stocks are cleaned out.

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