Nexus 6 pre-orders have been a bit of a mess here in the U.S., with the majority of users still not able to throw their money at Google in exchange for this massive and elusive device. With everything running so, uh, smoothly (?), it's only logical that Google releases it to a dozen or so other Play Stores, right? Right.
OK, maybe I'm being a little overly-cynical here. It's not actually available anywhere else yet. It's just starting to show up in about 12 other countries (we'll update the pricing as we see it):
Australia – $869 w/tax (32GB) $929 w/o tax (64GB)
Belgium - 649€ )32GB); 699€ (64GB)
Canada – $749 (32GB); $799 (64GB)
France – €649 (32GB); €699 (64GB)
Germany – €649 (32GB); €699 (64GB)
India – Rs.44,000 (32GB); Rs.49,000 INR (64GB)
Italy – €649 (32GB); €699 (64GB)
Japan – ¥75,150 (32GB); ¥85,540 (64GB)
Spain – €649 (32GB); €699 (64GB)
Sweden – 6295 SEK (32GB); 6795 SEK (64GB)
United Kingdom – £499 (32GB); £549 (64GB)
So yeah, it's big, it's expensive, and you still can't buy it. But at least you can look at it, right? Maybe everything will be in order soon.