Looking to get Nexus 6P from somewhere other than Google Store? Well the good news is that Amazon has started selling this year’s flagship Nexus phone, the Nexus 6P, directly. Previously the phone was available on Amazon through third-party sellers only.

With the Google Store already selling both the 32GB and 64GB versions of the Nexus 6P with $50 off their price for a limited time, Amazon has decided to get in on the act, selling the the 64GB model right now directly for $50 off at $499 down from original price of $550. This is the first time that Nexus 6P has been made available on Amazon for a discounted price.

Nexus 6P

With no sign of discount on the 32GB or 128GB of the Nexus 6P on Amazon currently, it’s unknown whether they will both be appearing with or without discount on Amazon officially or if Amazon will inexplicably only be carrying the middle of the road version, at least when it comes to storage capacity, for discounted price. The devices are identical beyond that particular bullet point, though 64GB is probably the sweet spot for most so things could certainly be worse in that regard.

With both Amazon and the Google Store now offering the 64GB Nexus 6P for just shy of $499, it’s also worth pointing out that Amazon is currently selling last year’s Nexus 6 for a bargain-tactic $250. At that price we find it difficult to suggest anyone with the cash in their pocket shouldn’t buy one. The Nexus 6 is a lot of phone, and at $250 it’s an absolute steal. If the Nexus 6P is a little rich for your blood then Amazon’s Nexus 6 deal is well worth checking out, even if it is the 32GB model thats’s on offer.

Nexus 6P discount

Otherwise, and if you don’t need a 128GB Nexus 6P, we suggest picking up the 64GB Nexus 6P for discounted price before Amazon sells out. At this time of year, anything could truly happen.

Buy: 64GB Nexus 6P unlocked from Amazon: $499 | original price: $550

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