Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P pricing leaked online by undisclosed source 24 hours ahead of Google press event tomorrow (September 29).
Looks like Google is rethinking its sales strategy when it comes to Nexus smartphone series. According to an Android Police undisclosed source, Google will only sell its new Nexus phones online through the Google Play store. That means that no retail store and no carrier will be offering the new Nexus 6P and the Nexus 5X, at least not officially, but through other channels.
That being said, as of tomorrow after Google’s press event ends, the 16GB Nexus 5X will go on sale in Quartz White, Ice Blue and Carbon Black colors for $379 and it will be available only via the Google Play store in the US, UK, South Korea and Japan. As for the 32GB Nexus 6P, which will be available in a larger form-size and with slightly more powerful hardware as you’ve all read in our earlier reports, one will have to pay a little over $120 more for the 32GB variant – $499 (more on the pricing of the new Nexus’ after Google makes them official on September 29th) and it will be available in the same key markets in Aluminium Grey, Graphite Black and Frost White colors, with Japan having exclusivity on the Gold model. Sorry, folks! Apparently, no Gold model for the US or the UK market, at least not from tomorrow.
Will you be buying any of the two new Nexus’ and if so, which one will you choose?