There have been a number of big hitting devices landing in recent weeks and months, however, for those who like being as close to stock Android as possible, then there is pretty much nothing better than having a Nexus device. These devices are expected to receive their updates quicker than non-Nexus devices and are the ones that are largely already making use of the most updated version of Android currently available, Android 5.1.1. As such, if you are interested in Nexus devices, then the latest device, the Nexus 6 is probably the one to have. That said, when the device launched, a lot of the public were slightly put off by what was perceived to be a high price tag for a Nexus device. The Nexus 6 was released in two size variants, with the 32GB version coming in at $649.99 and the 64GB version coming in at $699.99.
However, in the last couple of weeks, the Nexus 6 has seen a number of price drops occurring. This first began at the start of June when the Google Store starting knocking $150 off the price of both variants of the Nexus 6 and this was also quickly followed by Amazon who also reduced the device by the same amount. As such, the 32GB version became widely available for $499.99 and the 64GB version for $549.99. Well, it now seems Motorola are joining in the Nexus deal 6 season and have today also reduced the cost of the device.
As such, the Nexus 6 is now available directly from Motorola and priced exactly the same as the other two outlets. Therefore, you can currently pick up the 32GB Nexus 6 for $499.99 and the 64GB Nexus 6 for $549.99. Not to mention, Motorola is also offering a no-contract monthly payment option on the Nexus 6, which means you can pick one up for $27.78 per month over 18 months. According to the details, the deal is good from today and will run through until June 23rd at 10.59am CT. As such, there is plenty of time to make the decision and grab yours. Those interested can read more about the deal or order their Nexus 6 by clicking the source link below.
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