nexus 6

Today is clearly a great day for shopping all things Google. Actually, it’s a good day for discounted shopping period, but Android purists in particular seem to be treated to some phenomenal Black Friday deals by the search giant itself, as well as Amazon and trusted eBay seller qualitycellz.

Sad to see Nexus 6P’s price immovable, at $499 and $579 with 32 and 64GB internal storage space respectively? Let’s face it, it was highly unlikely the stock Marshmallow phablet would drop so soon after its commercial debut, given its apparent popularity and/or mass-production difficulties.

The aging original Nexus 6, manufactured by Motorola, is obviously a different story, lowering its already slashed ask from $350 to $200. The mind-blowing Amazon deal should technically last all day, but we doubt the e-tailer has enough inventory to satisfy 24-hour demand.

Stop overthinking things therefore, and just pick a cloud white or midnight blue 32GB model, sold with a valid standard US warranty and absolutely no strings attached. Or go for one of the 64 gig configurations at $260 a pop.

Finally, if Amazon runs out of stock, eBay’s 32GB $280 listing in white only may provide a bit of consolation. Even without a warranty. Remember, we’re talking factory unlocked phones here, which you can choose to activate on essentially any carrier, including Verizon. Go on, pull the trigger before it’s too late.

Sources: Amazon, eBay 

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