Caschys Blog, a source with several solid leaks to its name, published screenshots purportedly showing the German prices of Nexus 6 and Nexus 9, as well as their storage configurations.
The screenshots allegedly show the internal inventory systems of German electronics retailer Media Markt/Saturn, and as such should not be taken as official word. Still, the prices don’t seem too far-fetched and given their source, we tend to trust their accuracy.
It’s important to note that Media Markt’s prices of the 2013 Nexus 5 were around 50 euro higher than on Google’s Play Store, so it’s likely that the prices listed here are higher as well.
Also, European prices are typically higher than prices in the US in converted dollars. For instance, the Nexus 5 16GB is 349 euro ($440) in Germany and $349 in the US.
With these words of caution out of the way, here’s the good stuff:
Nexus 6 prices
- Nexus 6 32GB Black: 569 euro
- Nexus 6 32GB White: 569 euro
- Nexus 6 64GB Black: 649 euro
- Nexus 6 64GB White: 649 euro
If this leak is accurate, Nexus smartphones will be available with 64GB of storage for the first time. Also, it’s good to see Google moving away from the 16GB option, which is inadequate for most users these days.
Nexus 9 prices
- Nexus 9 LTE 32GB Black: 569 euro
- Nexus 9 LTE 32GB White: 569 euro
- Nexus 9 WiFi 32GB Black: 489 euro
- Nexus 9 WiFi 32GB White: 489 euro
- Nexus 9 WiFi 16GB Black: 399 euro
- Nexus 9 WiFi 16GB White: 399 euro
Assuming that our assumptions are correct (1 euro = 1 dollar, prices are 50 euros higher than in the Play Store), the Nexus 6 could start from about $500 in the US, while the Nexus 9 could start from around $350.
This however is just our guess, and we should find out the real deal in just a few hours!