Google’s Nexus 6 has finally been given an official price tag here in the UK. The 32GB edition of the device will cost £499 SIM–free, while the more capacious 64GB model comes in at £549.
Despite revealing prices on its Play Store, Google has yet to say when the handset will actually go on sale on these shores.
Vodafone, Three and O2 have already said they'll be offering the device on contract, though, so at least we know where you'll be able to pick it up.
The high prices being asked for the newest Nexus smartphone are a long way from 2012’s Nexus 4, which started at just £239 for an 8GB model.
However, it's fair to say that the Nexus 6 is a far fancier handset.
The Motorola–made phone features a huge 5.9–screen which offers 493 pixels perch and Full HD playback, for one thing.
There’s a 2.7GHz quad core Snapdragon processor on board too, as well as a 322mAh battery that Google claims can last for 24 hours and offers six hours of life with just 15 minutes charge time.
The camera packs a 13-megapixel sensor and wide f2.0 aperture for taking better images in low light conditions.
The Nexus 6 has already garnered positive reviews across The Pond, so expect it to be a big seller when it does finally land here.
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