How heartbroken were you to see the $300 Google Nexus 5X deal killed off back in early February? No matter now, as it’s been renewed by B&H PhotoVideo, plus the device-producing search giant and Best Buy.
Meanwhile, the larger, more powerful and equally smooth Nexus 6P was first discounted to $450 at B&H on Friday, with Google and Best Buy quickly following suit. Only the latter retailer can do an even better deal, charging $425 for the 32GB stock Android-running phablet, and throwing in a free Speck CandyShell grip case.
As far as B&H goes, the bundled $50 gift card is still up for grabs, and the price tag has been lowered to a BB-matching $425, although deliveries take between 7 and 10 business days, as inventory runs low.
To recap, the N5X sets you back 300 bucks instead of the initial $380 in a 16GB variant, and $340 and up, down from $430, with twice the internal storage space. The N6P effectively starts at $375 once you’ve subtracted the value of the B&H coupon, which is a pretty compelling offer for a powerhouse appraised at $500 off the bat. And yes, the gift card is also good for 64GB models, slashed from $550 to $475.
Quite the high bars of affordability and quality-pricing ratio set for slowly approaching HTC Nexus gadgets, don’t you think?