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Nexus 6 Release Continues With More Pre-Orders



Google’s brand new Nexus 6 smartphone is all set to finally be released starting this week with Sprint and AT&T, then coming soon to T-Mobile, Sprint and Verizon Wireless. While the release has been a mystery and pre-orders hard to come by, it’s now readily available from a few sources.

Last week pre-orders opened up again and quickly sold out on the Google Play Store, and even Motorola started offering pre-orders, but those were all for the US only. The Nexus 6 actually went up for pre-order back on October 29th from the Google Play Store, and sold out in less than 2-3 minutes by our count. Many were frustrated with the situation, but at least they had a chance. Today though, it’s back on the Google Play Store,, and even from AT&T.

Read: Nexus 6 Review

Nexus 6 release date details for anywhere outside of the US have been a complete mystery, with nothing more than a few rumors and one UK retailer promising pre-orders to open around November 17th. Things are still a bit confusing, but those in the US will want to read on for more details.


As we mentioned earlier this week and above, Google has promised to deliver more stock of the Nexus 6 for those interested in pre-ordering each Wednesday. As expected, the device is now available (but in and out of stock each minute) on the Google Play Store, and Motorola received more as well.

It appears that both will be accepting more pre-orders each Wednesday until things calm down, whenever that may be. Yesterday AT&T announced pre-orders would go live today, and as expected, you can now pre-order the Nexus 6 for $249 with a 2-year contract from AT&T.

T-Mobile was originally slated to be the first carrier offering Google’s latest Nexus 6, but yesterday they cancelled the November 12th release date and pushed it back one week to next Wednesday. Meaning that right now your best bet is from the Google Play Store, AT&T, or Sprint starting on November 14th.

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AT&T is offering the Nexus 6 for $249 with a new 2-year contract, but we’ve been hearing its pre-order page has already been removed as well. It’s showing up here for us, available now, with AT&T promising the Nexus 6 will ship by November 18th for buyers. That’s an “estimated” ship date, mind you.

Users can also choose to spend $0 down and get the Nexus 6 on AT&T Next for as low as $22.77 for 24 months, or a little more on the AT&T Nexus 18 month plans, rather than signing a 2-year agreement.

As it stands right now it appears as if four major US carriers will all offer the Nexus 6 before the end of the month, with US Cellular and Verizon being the only two that have yet to announce details. A few reports suggest December may be the Verizon Nexus 6 release date, but that’s yet to be confirmed. We’ll be on the lookout for more carrier details, plans, pricing and release dates, and update once we know more.

Get the Nexus 6 now from Motorola, Google Play, or AT&T while supplies last.



  1. Dancer

    11/12/2014 at 11:24 am

    I do not support Google Nexus 6 because iPhone 5S and 6 does support next generation mobile and high capacity by technology than google nexus and other competiting android phones and tablets. Higher capacity technologies cannot be found on Blackberry, or android phones.

    iPhones are not overpriced garbage, they are very powerful, offers x64 based mobile horsepower and ultrapowerful graphics you expect from 2011 ultra fast gaming computer so you can have more performance without any issues.

    Retina HD technology is a lot more powerful than traditional High definition display. It’s enhanced and is not a overpriced garbage.

    I declared that 2015 to present would be inner-64 bit world where 64 bit gadgets and things as well as creatures become much powerful like a powerhouse desktop and laptop computer. Everything will be redesigned and flat like a thinner and powerful 64 bit user experience on a high capacity desktop and laptop as well as thin by design smartphones and tablets.

    Only iPhone 6, iPad Air, iPad mini 2 or higher can handle 64 bit innerconnected world standard where everything is 64 bit on multiple screens. Android phones and tablets cannot support this. I think that next Roku device should support a x64 based processor and everything is changing fast.

    Want mid to late 2nd decade innerconnected technology, buy Apple products and get rugged case to prevent bending. People who bend iPhones get paid by other companies who want you to go with early to mid 2nd decade technology.

    • Cory Gunther

      11/13/2014 at 9:13 am

      What was all this gibberish? And the “Retina HD” even on the iPhone 6 Plus is only 1080p… The Nexus 6 is 2560 x 1440 quad HD. How is it “enhanced” and better than that of 1080p displays on Android?

      The smaller 5.2-inch Galaxy S5 1080p HD display looks better than the Retina HD 1080p iPhone 6 Plus.

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