Google’s brand new HTC Nexus 9 tablet release date isn’t until November 3rd, and official pre-orders from Google aren’t set to open up until sometime tomorrow, October 17th. However, this afternoon Amazon beat them to the punch and are taking orders right now.
Yesterday Google quietly announced the all-new HTC Nexus 9 tablet, the Nexus 6 smartphone, a Nexus player, and of course the new and improved Android 5.0 Lollipop. HTC’s new Nexus 9 tablet is on many buyers radar, and luckily the pre-orders have arrived early.
Those looking to snag the brand new HTC Nexus 9 and don’t want to deal with Google’s own pre-order system, which has struggled in recent years, can secure their new tablet right now from Amazon.com. Read on for all the details and links.
Just like Google confirmed yesterday, the HTC Nexus 9 will be available starting November 3rd for $399 or $479 for the 16 and 32GB versions. They announced three colors, but as we’ve heard, only the black and white models will be available in the first wave. The 4G LTE and Sand color won’t arrive until later in November.
If you want to get the new HTC Nexus 9, right now, Amazon is taking pre-orders for both variants in black and white, and they’re available for multiple regions, not just the United States.
As you can see above, Amazon.com (with Prime Shipping) is already accepting pre-orders for Google’s newest tablet. They are “shipped and sold from Amazon.com” which means this is completely legit, and not some 3rd party Amazon seller trying to cash in early on some pre-orders.
HTC Nexus 9 – Pre Order Link
It’s worth noting that the HTC Nexus 9 will be available for pre-order tomorrow from Google, and we’re also hearing pre-orders will also be made available from Best Buy, Gamestop, and the tablet should hopefully be available in limited stock at Best Buy Stores, Walmart, and many other brick and mortar locations.
We’ll update once we learn more details. Get it now before they’re sold out.
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