We’re expecting Google to announce the Nexus 6 and the Nexus 9 at some point today, at least if recent rumors are true, and now we might be finding out a bit early what we can expect to pay from both devices. Alleged screenshots from German retailers Media Markt and Saturn inventory systems detail what the new tablet and phone are set to cost in Euros, and the prices match up with information we gleaned from another report yesterday.
According to the data, first published by Caschy’s Blog, you can expect to pay €399 to start for the 16GB Nexus 9 tablet with Wi-Fi. That lines up with what a report from Forbes said yesterday, which suggested the U.S. price will come in at $399. The 32GB Nexus 9 with Wi-Fi will retail for €489, the screenshots show, while the 32GB model with LTE will retail for €569. There’s also mention of a HTC Nexus 8.9 with LTE for the same price, but we haven’t heard anything about such a device and suspect it’s an error.
Meanwhile, the systems also show the prices for the Nexus 6, which will apparently retail for €569 without any sort of subsidy and with 32GB of on-board storage. The price jumps to €649 with 64GB of on-board storage. We don’t know the U.S. prices, but a leak from AT&T earlier on Wednesday suggests it may also be sold on U.S. carriers with a subsidy.
We’re keeping our eyes peeled for official news all day today, so hopefully we have some final figures soon.