Although manufactured by a Nexus rookie Americans still have reservations towards, and priced at a steep $500 and up, the 6P predictably eclipsed the 5X’s early popularity, showing great difficulty in meeting US demand for the past couple of months while never really going on sale in Europe.
But that all seems to be finally behind Google and Huawei, as the co-branded stock Android phablet ships to eager buyers on the old continent within days. Stateside, it’s also a first to see almost each and every Nexus 6P model available to leave the search giant’s warehouses by the end of the week.
The 32GB frost version appears to be the only one missing from the US online Google store, whereas official Big G e-outlets in countries like Germany, Spain, Portugal, and France take orders for all three colors, with internal storage space ranging from 32 to 128GB.
Of course, availability could become patchy again in a matter of days or perhaps even hours, so if you haven’t eyed any big Black Friday discounts, you’ll want to hurry and grab this amazing Quad HD, Snapdragon 810-powered, Marshmallow-running, fingerprint-recognizing 5.7-incher made entirely of premium metal.
In most EU markets, the Nexus 6P costs between €649 and €799, compared to the €479 and up Nexus 5X, which has been up for grabs for a while now. The latter can be had from Amazon in the US as well starting very recently, at $379 and $430 in 32 and 64GB configurations respectively.