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Verizon Nexus 6 finally arrives, priced at $249 online and in-store
While the Nexus 6 has been available through other carriers for a while now, Verizon customers can finally get their hands on the latest Nexus phone starting today.
If you’d like to pick one up, Big Red is pricing the handset for $249.99 with two-year contract, $27.08 per month with Verizon Edge, or $649.99 for the off-contract model. Unfortunately, the only variant available from the carrier is the 32GB Midnight Blue version. If you’d like to get your hands on the 64GB or Cloud White models, you can (most likely) pick one up off-contract directly through Motorola or the Google Store.
As a refresher, the Nexus 6 is powered by a Snapdragon 805 with 3GB RAM, and comes with Android 5.1 Lollipop out of the box. As for any Verizon specific differences? You can expect at least a little Verizon bloat, as well as Verizon’s logo on the back, otherwise this is the exact same model available on other carriers and unlocked.
For more details on what to expect from the Google Nexus 6 be sure to check out our full review. And if you’re interested in picking up the Verizon model, head to the source link below.
Any Verizon users planning on picking this one up, or do you have your eyes on the upcoming 2015 flagship devices instead?