A couple of weeks after it went on sale in select markets around the world, the LG-made Nexus 5X smartphone is now available for pre-order across Europe. All you have to do is to head to Google Play and place your order.
As for the price, like we already told you, the device is expensive in Europe - the 16GB model costs €479 ($527), while the 32GB one will set you back €529 ($582). This compares to the US, where it carries a price tag of around $380. Plus, there's no $50 Play Store credit or 90-day Play Music subscription that buyers in the US get.
However, reportedly, buyers in some European countries - like Spain, Italy, Germany, and France - are getting a free Chromecast with the purchase of the handset. As for the shipments, the date mentioned is November 9.
Bought Nexus 6P for $543 (including state tax - California) and $50 google play credit. In Eastern Europe (Bulgaria) will be at least $800 I think?
Galaxy S6 price in Bulgaria - 1500lv (approximately $800) Nexus 5 price in Bulgaria - 700lv (approximately $380) Nexus 5X price in Bulgaria - 1100lv (approximately $600) ...I'm pretty sure this one is going to fail badly here.
In Switzerland 32GB Nexus 5X is 500CHF (~500USD)