The Gold Nexus 6P can already be yours... however be able to splurge if you wish to get ahold of it.
It wasn't too way back when Google, in collaboration with Huawei, took the veil off the Nexus 6P, together with its smaller sibling, LG's Nexus 5X.
In most markets, the Nexus 6P is accessible in three colour choices, Graphite, Frost and Aluminum. Nevertheless, a Gold particular edition of the phone arrived in Japan earlier this month. The device bought like hotcakes upon launch, however the phone was additionally again in inventory inside 24 hours.
Lately, speculations surfaced that the Gold variant could possibly be bought as properly within the U.S. solely by way of Greatest Purchase.
However those that are excited to get their arms on this Gold variant can already purchase one now on eBay. Nevertheless, you should fork out $ 1,999.99 for this particular edition phone.
The eBay vendor is promising free delivery in the united statesfor the model new phone. The vendor says it's suitable with networks in nations such because the U.S., Germany, Australia, UK, Canada and Japan.
Nevertheless, ought to the phone land within the U.S. quickly, it's anticipated to have the identical price as different Nexus 6P variants because it comes with comparable specs.
It's rumored that the Gold variant will probably be introduced on the CES 2016 in Las Vegas on Jan. 5. As such, despite the fact that the eBay vendor appears to have a great status, it could be wiser to attend a bit of extra for the announcement.
The Nexus 6P is deemed a premium smartphone, packing in a hanging metallic design and highly effective specifications. For sure, the handset runs on Google's most up-to-date Android operatng system, Marshmallow, a feature which makes the phone stand out from different handsets within the overcrowded marketplace for smartphones.
It acquired extremely constructive critiques from specialists and smartphone fanatics, amassing praises for the standard of its elements and its efficiency.
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