The Google Store is now offering the new Nexus 6P to customers throughout Europe, weeks after it went on sale in the United States. Storage and color availability varies in each market, but prices start at €649 (approx. $690).
That price tag is a lot higher than we expected it to be in Europe, with the Nexus 6P starting just $499 in the U.S. and £449 in the U.K. It’s not totally clear why that’s the case, either; this seems a large premium for exchange rates and taxes.
But if you’re interested in Google’s latest flagship anyway, you can order it now from the Google Store in Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Belgium, Ireland, Denmark, Norway, and Sweden. The 32GB model is priced at €649, while the 64GB model is priced at €699 (approx. $743).
Google has listed the 128GB model, too, which is priced at €799 (approx. $849), but it isn’t available to order yet. The availability of the other models varies in each market, but we expect them all to be available in the coming weeks.