The discontinued Motorola-made Nexus 6 is available at a reduced price on Amazon, possibly in a last attempt to clear inventory, Google just dropped the Nexus 5X to a starting tag of $350 on a permanent basis, so it’s only natural the Huawei-produced Nexus 6P follows suit.

Unfortunately for hardcore Android purists, the N6P is likely still greatly popular at its normal retail cost, so Big G doesn’t see the need to take anything off the MSRP yet. Instead, you’ll net $50 savings on any Huawei Watch configuration purchased from the search giant with the acquisition of any Nexus 6P variant.

The same exact deal was offered by Huawei a long time ago, and while it’s not quite irresistible, it should appeal to folks who were thinking of scoring the two sizzling hot gadgets anyway. Besides, you don’t have to spend your Huawei Watch coupon immediately, with an expiration date of September 1 attached to it, by which time the wearable device might be sold for well under $350.

Remember, the Nexus 6P fetches $500 with 32GB internal storage space, $550 in a 64 gig derivation, and $650 when capable of accommodating 128GB data. The Huawei Watch, meanwhile, can go all the way up to $800 in an all-rose gold plated stainless steel flavor, of which you’ll be able to easily shave 50 bucks off for the next seven or eight months.

Source: Google Store

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