Huawei has teamed up with Google to today launch the highly-anticipated Nexus 6P, on sale in Australia from 3 November 2015. Featuring the latest and most powerful processor technology, the new and elegant Nexus 6P is set to raise the benchmark for Nexus phones…
Retailing at $999 outright, the Nexus 6P (64GB) smartphone will be available in aluminum across JB Hi-Fi and Harvey Norman stores from 3 November 2015. Vodafone users can pick up the Nexus 6P (64GB) for $5 per month on an $80 Red plan. Optus will offer the Nexus 6P (32GB) for $5 on a $60 plan. The device will also be available from $899 (for the 32GB version) on the Google Store.
The Nexus 5 of 2013 was widely acknowledged at the time as a standout product with reviewers praising the beauty and performance of the hardware, including the 2GB of RAM and 1080p screen.
Since that time LG has focused on developing its feature rich flagship smartphones, releasing the LG G3 and LG G4 which have been widely acclaimed for their design and functionality.
The Nexus 5X will be available in Australia both online and in-store from Tuesday 3rd November 2015.
Adding to the great news is that the Nexus 5X is going to be available to the Australian consumer in a variety of options. It will come in three colours – Carbon Black, Ice Blue and Quartz White*
Two memory size options will be available**: 16GB and 32GB.
The AUD RRP for the 32GB is $739 and the 16GB is $659.