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Nexus 6 2015 vs Nexus 6: What We Know So Far

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Nexus 6 2015 Price

Nexus 6 2015 Price

One thing that is on everyone's mind is the price tag. The Nexus 6 for $649 and $699 was out of reach for many. Add in the fact that the new Nexus 6 promises to have a premium design, a better camera, a fingerprint scanner and all types of other high-end features, many are concerned about the price tag.

This week a report out of GizmoChina claims that Google's new Nexus 5 is expected to be priced under $400. If that's accurate, the bigger Nexus 6 will obviously cost more, but Google still wants an aggressive price point. If that's the case, we could see the 32GB Nexus 6 (2015) run $499, and a 64GB version hit shelves for $549. That's a substantial decrease over last years pricing, but again, this is all purely speculation.

All said and done, it sounds like two Nexus smartphones are surely coming, all we need now are more details about specs, release dates, price, and for Google to make some announcements in September along with the Android M release date.

Would you buy a 5.7-inch premium Huawei Nexus 6 for $499?

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2 Comments

2 Comments

  1. FK

    08/08/2015 at 3:52 am

    Any hints on whether it’ll be waterproof or at least splash resistant? Am living in a part of the world where that’s quite an important feature… :-)

  2. A man

    08/20/2015 at 9:40 pm

    so…I’m still wondering why the new Nexus will be any better. A fingerprint scanner? I know having a completely aluminum build is appealing, but it isn’t functional and most of us keep our devices in cases anyway, which stops the user from enjoying a premium build feel. The screen is smaller, which will make the front facing speakers less enjoyable because front facing speakers are great for watching videos but smaller screens are not. The 2014 Nexus 6 has an already great build, it was reportedly submerged in water and worked fine afterward (though this Was understandably never claimed by Google). The list goes on and on. I don’t understand why every Android blogger bashes the Nexus 6, nor why they make “cant wait” claims about the 2015 version – no 64 bit, no optimized image stabilization. I’m not buyin the hype

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