Google’s Nexus 6 is finally available again via the company’s Play Store, after a disastrous launch which saw the handset hardly ever in stock.
Google fans can snag the 32GB midnight blue edition of the phone now for £499, with an estimated shipping date of three to four weeks. However, the 64GB version remains unavailable, as do the 32GB and 64GB cloud white models.
In recent weeks, customers have complained of being able to put handsets in their basket, only to find them out of stock when they go to checkout. When the phone has been available, it has only been for hours at a time.
The Motorola–made Nexus 6 packs a massive 6–inch quad HD screen, a 13 megapixel camera and a battery which Google claims will keep kicking for 24 hours. Android Lollipop comes as standard, as does Motorola’s turbo charger for powering the phone up fast.
Those who buy the phone before December 31st also get six months free access to Google Play Music All Access.
Recent issues reflect the problems Google suffered with the LG–made Nexus 4 in 2012. That phone took months to reach decent availability, after its low price point sparked huge demand.