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Deal: 64GB Nexus 6P price drops $130 at Amazon and Best Buy

Right now you can get the 64GB Nexus 6P for $130 off, with the 32GB and 128GB models offering $100 discounts.
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August 5, 2016
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Despite marching ever closer to its one year anniversary, the Nexus 6P is still a standout phone in the Android arena. You can attribute that to its Nexus stature, but it also happens to be a solid smartphone in its own right, which holds up well against the current competition. An extra benefit to considering a phone that’s a little more ‘aged’ than the latest flagships are the price cuts that are likely to pop up. That’s precisely what we spotted today for the Huawei-manufactured top dog from Google.

Both Amazon and Best Buy are now selling the 64GB Nexus 6P with a sizeable $130 off, bringing the price down to $419.99. Just keep in mind that the $130 off price only applies to the Graphite and Gold colors, not the aluminum model. That specific cut also doesn’t apply to the other storage capacities, but the 32GB and 128GB models still receive a pretty sizable discount of $100 off. That means on the lowest end, you can now get a Nexus 6P (32GB) for just $399.

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A starting price of just $399 isn’t too shabby for what you get. As a reminder, the Nexus 6P packs a 5.7” QHD AMOLED display, octa-core Snapdragon 810 chipset, dual front-facing speakers, a 3,450 mAh battery, and the promise for speedy Android updates. Sure devices like the newly launched Note 7 offer more powerful specs, but considering such devices cost nearly double the price, it’s hard to ignore the Nexus 6P at this new lower price tag.

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We’re not sure how long the discount will be around, but we wouldn’t recommend waiting too long to decide.What do you think of the Nexus 6P at the current discounted price, worth picking up or better to wait until the 2016 Nexus family arrives?