Would-be Nexus 6 owners will be able to pick the device up through T-Mobile on Nov. 12 for $0 down. The Un-carrier responded to Google’s big announcement on Wednesday by divulging its plans for the device, which on paper is one of the best we’ve seen all year. Best of all, the device is “expected to support” T-Mobile’s Wi-Fi calling in early 2015 via an over-the-air update—that makes it the first-ever Nexus phone to support the features, all thanks to Android 5.0.
As a recap, the Nexus 6 sports a big 5.96-inch QHD display, 3220mAh battery with Turbo Charging support, 13-megapixel camera with OIS and a 2.7GHz Snapdragon 805 quad-core processor. This is essentially a Moto X on steroids but, as expected, without the software tweaks Motorola made. That said, the Nexus 6 with Android 5.0 Lollipop will be one of the best options when it goes on sale in just a few weeks.
If you do pick the Nexus 6 up for $0 down, you’ll be on the hook for $27.08 a month for 24 months through T-Mobile’s Equipment Installment Plan. If you prefer, you can buy the device outright for $649.92, which sounds about right for a device of this caliber.