Motorola and Google made the Nexus 6 official earlier today, and we already know it's going to cost $649 if you choose to purchase the 32GB base model from the Play Store in unlocked form.
Though if you were wondering about carrier support, this is for you. And it's very good news. It turns out that the Nexus 6 will get the widest US release of any Nexus device ever.
It will be available at Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and US Cellular. What's more, T-Mobile was even so kind as to already announce its release details.
Over at the magenta carrier, you'll be able to pick up a Nexus 6 starting on November 12. You won't need to shell out anything upfront, but you will have to then make 24 monthly payments of $27.08 for the phone. That adds up to $649.92.
Because the other carriers on the list haven't said anything this specific yet, it's still unclear whether November 12 will be the official release date for the Nexus 6 in the US, or if it only applies to T-Mobile. However, more details are sure to come soon.
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That $649 price tag is lower than what the Note4 will be going for which will be $699 for the unlocked version. If you get the locked down version it will be a bit less I would guess maybe $399.
prices too high i dont think nexus will b able to capture the mkt as with a difference of hardly 100$ u get 6 plus