Google Motorola Nexus 6 Hands on Android 5.0 Lollipop -1

The phrase better late than never may apply to T-Mobile and its delayed Nexus 6 launch, however, unlike some of its rival carriers who are offering a scant 32GB of storage, the Uncarrier has both 32GB ($649.92) and 64GB ($699.89) variants available for purchase, each with $0 on contract. This translates to a device installment fee of $27.08 or $29.16 over the next 24 months. Still, for nothing up-front, it’s quite a good offer.

Of course, while it’s possible to order the Nexus 6, the real question is when will you get it. A report from earlier had indicated there were major supply problems, a leak that became much more plausible when the company informed customers it was delaying the launch. Despite adding the product to the shopping cart and beginning the check-out process, there was no indication as to the actual availability of Motorola’s whale phone.

For all things Nexus, please make sure to check out our review and coverage of the latest, greatest Google phone.

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