The Nexus 6 doesn’t come cheap at $649, but right now you can grab one for significantly less thanks to Google. The company just knocked $150 off the price, though it’s unclear how long this offer will last.
The Nexus 6 is currently available from the Google Store starting at $499 for the 32GB model or $549 for 64GB of storage. It’s still not as affordable as the Nexus 5, which launched back in 2013 for just $349, but the 6-inch smartphone’s price just got a lot more manageable. Google doesn’t say when the deal will expire, so we wouldn’t wait too long on this one.
The company is also offering a deal on the Nexus 9, though it’s not quite as generous. Instead of a straightforward price drop, Google is giving away $50 in Google Play credit when you order its 9-inch tablet. This deal doesn’t expire until June 23, so you’ve definitely got some time to think it over.
The Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 still represent the best Google has to offer, though the company is expected to announce two new stock Android phones near the end of the year. As for a new tablet, rumor has it Google isn’t planning anything for 2015, though the search giant could always surprise us.