Nexus 6P vs Nexus 5X

Mere hours after receiving new OTA updates blending together security patches, various bug fixes and performance improvements, the two Google Nexus devices launched last fall are treated to some of their deepest discounts yet.

While we’ve seen the 16GB Nexus 5X sold for $300 before, even less than that, a 32GB model priced at three Benjamins is a first-of-its-kind deal. B&H Photo Video offers $50 instant savings on both configurations through March 27, letting you shave an additional 50 bucks off the white 32 GB-er’s tag with promo code “BHNEXUS5X.”

To recap, 16GB 5X units in black, white and mint cost $300 a pop now, the ivory 32GB version is also $300 if you remember to use the coupon code, with black and mint 32GB flavors setting you back $350 each.

But that’s not all B&H has to offer its Android purist customers these next couple of weeks. The Huawei-made Nexus 6P is itself reduced by $50 across the board, further picking up complimentary $50 gift cards.

Store credit can obviously be used on separate purchases only, effectively bringing the phablet’s starting price down to $400. Well, technically, you’ll still need to pay $450 for the 32GB variant, and $500 on the 64GB N6P, whether you want it in graphite, aluminum or gold.

Overall, the savings aren’t exactly earth-shattering, but they sure beat what’s going on at the Google Store, Huawei, Amazon, Best Buy, and all other third-party retailers.

Sources: Market Wired, B&H (1), (2)

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