Since its debut in late September, the Nexus 6P has been a bit of a needle in a haystack to get. Google has been sold out of their flagship phone virtually since day one and the ability to order the new phone has been met with red banners of “This selection is currently out of stock” from the Google Store. Now, it seems, things are slowly improving.
On the Google Store, there are a few models of the Nexus 6P that are in stock in various colors and storage levels. While I suspect these won’t last long, it is good to see that a few models are trickling in for those who didn’t pre-order or were waiting for review of it and/or Android Marshmallow. The key here folks is if you want one, you probably need to jump on it sooner rather than later or you may be out of luck for a while.
At the time of this writing, here are the color/storage combinations that were in stock:
- Aluminum 64GB – $549.99
- Graphite 32GB – $499.99
- Frost 128GB – $649.99
This is going to change and likely quickly as more people find out and sites post on availability.
Overall the reviews of the Nexus 6P have been positive as have those on Android Marshmallow so you will hardly go wrong with getting one.