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You Can Now Buy the Nexus 6P for As Low As $419.99

Good news to all who've been interested in getting a Nexus 6P! Starting today, you'll be able to purchase the Nexus 6P with a discount of $80 from Best Buy, B&H Photo Video, and Newegg. With this discount, the device is now available for $419.99 (32GB model), $469.99 (64GB model), and $569.99 (128GB model). The discount is applicable to the aluminum, gold, and graphite color variant of the Nexus 6P.

In addition to the discount, both B&H and Newegg are giving away some extra goodies to those who purchase the smartphone. If you decide to purchase the 6P from B&H, you'll get a $50 gift card along with two packs of screen protectors. Meanwhile, purchasing the 6P from Newegg will entitle you to a $50 gift card, a clear protective case, and a selfie stick to boot.

Although the Nexus 6P is nearing its first year in the market, it still is a pretty solid device. The 6P is equipped with a 5.7-inch high-res AMOLED display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor, 12.3MP rear-facing camera, 8MP front-facing sensor, 4K video recording, andmassive memory options. As a Nexus device, you'll be among the first to get an update to the latest Android OS version released by Google.

If you've been contemplating whether or not this is the right smartphone for you, make sure to check its reviews. It's not clear on when the discount will end but it could only be available for a limited time.

Source: PhoneDog



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  1. Reminds me of my old Moto Droid X, please let us know when we can get it for the price of a used Droid X!

  2. I like the specs on it. I wonder if I should just pull the trigger and buy it or wait a bit for the ZMAX Pro?

  3. On topic: I read quite a few reviews of the 6P, and while it seems crude compared to the Galaxy S7 edge (which costs TONS more) it seems like a very solid phone.

    Off topic: Cricket Wireless is down. Rather famously, it appears. It has been this way for hours. I guess I realize how good Cricket service is when I've not even seen the slightlest glitch or blip in service in having them for a year and a half.

    If it persists... I am glad I have my backup RingPlus phone. But they had better fix this right away!

    1. Cricket's back, at least down here.

      Still, a 2 hour outage is enough to leave people stranded.

      I've also heard it might've been longer in some areas.

      Hopefully they didn't get anyone killed, but if you were in the middle of nowhere and needed to call 911...

      Well, maybe they'll apologize and give everyone a free month of service.

      Otherwise, I hope they can afford to lose the ragequitters because unlike RingPlus, which charged next to nothing for service, Cricket can't even use the excuse that they run it out of their CEO's garage, or that they already give service away for pennies on the dollar.

      There needs to be reparations, or people will be varying degrees of angry depending on just how much that outage screwed them over.

    2. Cricket network died on a Friday night. I joined Cricket two weeks ago but won't be staying based on this. We never had these problems on T-Mobile.

  4. So it's $370 if you include the value of the gift card.

    Still, that's not exactly what I'd call low.

    Unless they can get it down to $50, they can keep their overpriced flagship.

  5. what an ugly phone

    1. Camera area copied from Bender.

      Seriously, I'd pay $200 for it. $250 tops.

  6. EyeAmNoLongerInfectedJune 4, 2016 at 3:24 AM

    Google recently announced that beginning with Android N, Android will start initiating seamless updates that allow the file to not only download in the background, but also install it.

    However, these seamless updates will only be possible on newer flagships with Android N out of the box. Current phones (including Nexus 6P & 5X) will have to initiate updates the old fashioned way.

    I don't mind though, as I'm one who enjoys watching the update process unfold.

    I wish Best Buy would match the $50 gift card offered by B&H & NewEgg.

  7. Is the 6P fully compatible with all major carriers meaning it supports ALL LTE bands not just some?
    Thank you for your help.

    1. The U.S. version of the Nexus 6P supports LTE bands:
      (FDD): B2/3/4/5/7/12/13/17/25/26/29/30
      (TDD): B41
      Which includes all the bands currently used the U.S. as well as several, but not all used internationally.

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